Mayor Chuck Fewell
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Chuck Fewell, Mayor
Status of current city projects
City of Greenfield Comprehensive Plan
The City of Greenfield will hold public meetings on Thursday, July 23rd at the library from 3:00-5:00PM and 6:00-8:00PM. The public meeting will include a presentation of the progress-to-date on the plan and public exercises to gather feedback on community-inspired projects and initiatives. This workshop is your opportunity to helpshape the future of your city. The public meetings are an important step toward updating the plan, and will be the best opportunity to talk with consultants and staff about projects for the City to consider.
More information can be found at the City of Greenfield website's front page. http://www.greenfieldin.org. You are also invited to participate in the survey, tell us what you think the city needs!
Greenfield SR-9 / I-70 Interchange Project
Looking for the plan options mentioned in the Daily Reporter article? They can be foound on the front page of the City's website as well. http://www.greenfieldin.org.
GHAM Dog Days!
Dog Days are returning Saturday August 8th, 10am to 3pm in Riley Park, Greenfield Indiana.
Having lived in Greenfield my entire life it's hard to imagine our town without a hospital. Hancock Regional Hospital has not only been a visual focal point or our community, standing along the east side of State Road 9 just north of downtown, but it has also been a health focal point.
Hancock Regional Hospital started out as Hancock Memorial Hospital. It was the dream of Mrs. Fannie Andis. Mrs. Andis lost her one and only child at birth. She always felt that if a hospital had been in Greenfield, her child would not have died. Ultimately, she began a crusade to bring a hospital to Greenfield. She donated the 12 acres of property to the county where the hospital currently sits, and in 1951, Hancock Memorial Hospital was established.
Summer is here!!! Your Parks and Recreation department has plenty of things to keep the kids busy this summer. Check out the Summer Art Camp where kids get to play with multiple mediums such as pencil, paint and pastels. Demonstration, group and individual guidance is provided. Create your very own masterpieces!! Work with collage pieces, pencil drawings, paints, clay, and so much more! No experience needed!
We also have the Summer Art Workshop, where kids of all ages get to enjoy creating with clay, drawing, painting on canvas, sewing, crafts & painting birdhouses. All age groups are included : tiny tots, youth, tweens, teens & adults. Select your favorite topic & enjoy! Supplies provided!
Getting dirty sound like more fun? Sign up for the Kids Garden Program and learn to plant/take care of your own plants! A space will be provided at a local Greenfield Park location. An initial instructional workshop will be provided. Space is limited.
For the little ones we have Toddler Play Time, a fun recreation program for ages 2-4 that offers the opportunity for kids to have fun while interacting and playing with a variety of items, games, crafts, and equipment. Play & Art centers will be set up. Children will enjoy music, games, sports, skill development, mats, toys, hoops, and much more! The program will be a fun, organized open play recreation style. Have fun, get active, play, and meet new friends!
All these summer adventures can be found at the Online Registration page.
The Pennsy Trail Walking and Biking Club runs year round. Too cold? Basketball and Volleyball are available in the Memorial Gym.
For these and many more programs, contact your Parks and Recreation office at PH: (317) 477-4340 FAX: (317) 477-4341 or email email@example.com. You can also view programs a the Greenfield Parks and Recreation Programs page or visit our online registration.
Click here to see current weather conditions in Greenfield, and a live view of Beckenholdt park.
You can find more information on Parks Programs by clicking on this link.
Recipe by Lori Haussy"This is the American Apple Pie."
Brown and white sugars, raisins and lemon juice add a wonderful taste and texture to this quintessential apple pie. Be sure to cube or slice the apples uniformly, and, if you like, dot the apples with pats of butter
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City of Greenfield Calendar
More calendar listings, such as Hancock county Library events, can be found on the City of Greenfield website main calendar. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have your events added to the city calendar!
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