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Safe Syringe 46201 Clean-Up
June 11, 2019, 9:00 AM at Brookside Community Church (1035 N Olney St) and The Damien Center (26 N Arsenal Ave)

Next Tuesday, June 11, Marion County Public Health Department will be hosting a Community Clean Up focusing on the Safe Syringe program’s designated locations, Brookside Community Church (1035 N Olney St) and The Damien Center (26 N Arsenal Ave). While SSAS cleans up the immediate area every day of operation, we wanted to do something larger scale to benefit the neighborhood. From 9 am to 11:30 am on 6/11, we will have 50+ volunteers tidying the streets and alleyways of the neighborhoods surrounding Brookside and Damien Center. This clean up includes a strike team dedicated to searching for and properly disposing of any discarded syringes in the neighborhood. I would like to invite you to stop by Brookside to see our progress.

PRIMary election day
may 7, 2019


East Castleton CLEAN-UP day
April 27, 2019, 9:00 AM at 82nd street from I-69 e to Clearvista pkwy

It is obvious that the city of Indianapolis has a huge problem with litter. The city government will pick up only trash that is illegally dumped on a property or is blocking a right-of-way. It is up to us, as citizens, to maintain the beauty and value of our own areas. We all do a great job of maintaining the properties within our neighborhoods, but the streets that surround us are unsightly. I wanted to confirm that we will be gathering as a group to address the deteriorating conditions along 82nd street from I-69 east to Clearvista Pkwy on Saturday, April 27th, from 9:00AM - 12:00PM. The medians, islands, sidewalks under the I-69 bridge, and grass culverts in the area are cluttered with litter, loose gravel, dead weeds, broken glass, etc.  If we sit back and allow this to continue, an erosion of property values and attitudes in general will come our way.  I've spent many hours on this specific topic with the Department of Public Works, including offering our services to get the medians adopted near Shadeland Ave., but the city's adoption process only includes medians that contain grass that needs to be mowed on a regular basis. I am currently working with INDOT to see if they will help us with the intersections in the area that lead on and off I-69. 

  • Dennis Snyder, President of Sargent Woods Neighborhood Association


annual sargent road association CLEAN-UP
April 20, 2019, 9 am at MUD CREEK BARN

We will meet at the Mud Creek Barn and then each group of two or more will take supplies and be driven to an area of litter concentration along Sargent Road. Police patrol will be with us to keep us safe. Please dress in comfortable layers appropriate for the weather. The clean-up will be from 9 am to noon. We will provide trash bags, orange safety vests, grabbers, and gloves! No need to RSVP, just show up and we will be happy to see you!


April 17, 2019, 8 AM at Le peep castleton

Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost other than whatever you wish to order to eat or drink – or nothing as you wish.

Our speaker will be Mt. Trace Yates from the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce, who will be updating us on the many exciting things yet ahead this year for the business and commerce world in Lawrence Township.

MCRCC Reagan day event
April 9, 2019, at the Crown Plaza Hotel

Contact: reagandinner@indyrepublicans.com

Event Cost: $100/person

Special Guests: Former Indianapolis Mayors

Social Hour: 5:45 p.m.
Dinner: 6:30 p.m.



April 7, 2019, 1:00 pm

Email Jeff Roeder at Jeffroeder@hotmail.com for more details.


April 6, 2019, 9:30 AM at 9105 56th street, indianapolis

Team walk in Lawrence Township in support of Mayor Steve Collier and our Indy & Lawrence Council Team.  We will be meeting at the Lawrence HQ's at 9105 E 56th Street to start. Email Jeff Roeder at Jeffroeder@hotmail.com for more details.

February 2, 2019, 9 AM at Ivy tech - Meridian Street campus

Check-in begins at 9 am and slating begins at 10 am.

Lawrence lincoln day dinner
February 1, 2019, 5 pM at National guard armory, 9920 e. 59th Street

Governor Holcomb is confirmed as the Keynote.

JANUARY 16, 2019, 8 AM at Le peep castleton

On Wednesday, Jan. 16, we will be holding our Indy GOP Roundtable Breakfast at the Le Peep Castleton (8255 Craig Street in Castleton) from 8am – 9am.  Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost other than whatever you wish to order to eat or drink – or nothing as you wish.
We are going to invite the newly elected Chair of the MCRCC to speak about their vision for our County and our Party.


Michael McQuillen 2019 Announcement & Fundraiser Party
Wednesday December 19, 2018, 5:30pm - 7pM at  Monarch Beverage, 9347 Pendleton Pike, Indianapolis, IN  46236

Sponsorship details & info, please contact Nathan Wilson at nathanjwilson22@gmail.com


December 19, 2018, 8 AM at Le peep castleton

Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost other than whatever you wish to order to eat or drink – or nothing as you wish.

The speaker is TBA.


November 21, 2018, 8 AM at Le peep castleton

Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost other than whatever you wish to order to eat or drink – or nothing as you wish.

The speaker for this event will be former Indy City-County Councillor and author of "Fear of a Black Republican" Jose Evans.


Rules and public policy committee of the Indianapolis City-County Council
November 20, 2018, 5:30 PM at 200 E. Washington Street, Rm. T241, Indianapolis, in 46204

Dear Friend:

I'm inviting you to come testify on Tuesday in support of the proposed sit/lie ordinance. On November 20, the Rules and Public Policy Committee of the Indy City-County Council will hear PROPOSAL NO. 357, 2018 – which “amends the Code to adopt new provisions prohibiting the sitting or lying upon the surface of a public right-of-way at certain times within the Downtown Mile Square on the agenda.”

I am hopeful that this important proposal, which is intended to increase the security and safety of area residents and those visiting the Downtown area, will succeed by keeping people from sitting or lying on the streets and sidewalks. Not only is safety a concern here, but the Tourism & Convention business of Indianapolis is being damaged due to visitors being harassed by aggressive panhandlers as well as area businesses having to deal with those who block their entrances and agitate their customers.

The issue of our homeless neighbors has been raised in this conversation as well, and safeguards to help get those who are in need to shelters and other places where they may receive assistance are being planned as well.

If you are concerned about keeping our Downtown corridor safe, and have the time to testify before the Rules Committee Tuesday at 5:30pm, please consider joining me and letting your feelings be known. Citizens are allowed up to two minutes to testify before the committee members. I am hopeful that advocates for the safety of our city will attend and ask our Indy Councillors to vote YES to protect our city.



INDIANAPOLIS – City-County Councillor Michael McQuillen will host a town hall meeting for his constituents on October 11, 2018. 

WHAT:           Councillor Michael McQuillen Town Hall Meeting

WHERE:         Sterrett Center (8950 Otis Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46216)

WHEN:           Thursday, October 11, 2018, from 7:00pm-8:00pm

Topics for discussion will include crime, infrastructure, the proposed sit/lie ordinance, and other issues important to constituents. 

“This is a great opportunity for constituents hear more about what is happening in the city and to provide their thoughts and feedback,” McQuillen said.  “I look forward to seeing everyone there.”

OCTOber 17, 2018, 8 AM at Le peep castleton

Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost other than whatever you wish to order to eat or drink – or nothing as you wish.

The speakers for this event will be Indiana National Committeeman John Hammond and Indiana National Committeewoman Anne Hathaway.


September 19, 2018, 8 AM at Le peep castleton

Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost other than whatever you wish to order to eat or drink – or nothing as you wish.

The speaker for this event will be Indiana State Treasurer, Kelly Mitchell. Kelly Mitchell is the current Indiana State Treasurer. She was elected on November 4, 2014. She took office early on November 18, 2014. She replaced interim Treasurer, Daniel Huge, who took over after Richard Mourdock resigned.

August 9, 2018, 8 AM at PATRIOT ENGINEERING, 6150 E. 75th Street, Indianapolis

Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost to you. Patriot will be providing a complimentary light breakfast for this great free event. This is an opportunity to meet the next Senator from Indiana.

The speaker will be U.S. Senate candidate Mike Braun.


Register for 2018 IMPD North District’s National Night Out
August 7, 2018

National Night Out Against Crime is an annual event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW) designed to strengthen our communities by encouraging neighborhoods to engage in stronger relationships with each other and with their local law enforcement partners. National Night Out program culminates annually, on the first Tuesday of August. National Night Out Against Crime 2018 will be celebrated on Tuesday August 7th.

The introduction of “America’s Night Out Against Crime” in 1984 began as an effort to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships, neighborhood camaraderie and send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. That first year, 2.5 million Americans took part of this celebration.

“National Night Out” involves millions of neighbors participating across thousands of communities from all 50 states, United States territories, Canadian cities, and military bases worldwide. The traditional “lights on” campaign and symbolic front porch vigils turned into a celebration across America with various events and activities including block parties, cookouts, parades, visits from Public Safety and City authorities and personnel, exhibits, youth events, safety demonstrations and seminars, in effort to heighten awareness and enhance community relations.

To register your 2018 National Night Out event please complete and send the NNO Registration Form No Later than Wednesday July 25th to:            Gerardo.Becerra@indy.gov

Or by Fax to: (317) 327-6190

Or by mail:
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department - North District
National Night Out / Att. Gerardo Becerra, Crime Watch – Crime Prevention Specialist
3120 East 30th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46218

Please feel free to share with us your questions or comments regarding this event, and thank you in advance for your support in helping us to stage another great IMPD National Night Out in Indianapolis.


Indianapolis fire department Open houses
June 30, 2018, 1-4 PM

Public invited to tour stations and meet neighborhood Firefighters

The Indianapolis Fire Department will open its doors this Saturday June 30, 2018 as part of a city wide neighborhood open house.  IFD Chief Ernest Malone invites you and your family to attend one of the 7 selected IFD Stations and meet with firefighters & other personnel who serve that area.  The IFD Service District covers 278 Square miles in Marion County and is serviced by 44 stations divided into 7 Battalions.  One station from each battalion was chosen to participate in the open house. This is one in a series of yearly IFD open houses, the second for 2018 and is part of Chief Malone’s commitment to engage our community with the firefighters that serve it.  “Our Family Serving Your Family”  In partnership with Firefighters Local 416, the IFD continues its pro-active community service efforts that go beyond emergency response. 

Who:  Indianapolis Fire Department
What: Open House
When: Saturday June 30, 2018
           1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Where: Station 5     450 W. 21st St

            Station 11   1715 E Washington St

            Station 17   7139 E 75th St

            Station 19   1003 White River Parkway W Dr.

            Station 25   17 S Sheridan

            Station 35   4155 E Stop 11 Rd

            Station 43   7604 E 10th St

Activities include:

Hands Only CPR demonstrations
Free Vitals Checks – Blood Pressure, Heart Rate
Fireground Tools & Equipment Displays
Apparatus Displays
Practice 911 Calls
Family Escape Plans
IFD Public Educators on hand at each station to answer questions about fire and life safety
Summer Safety Tips
Station Tours
Smoke Detector Installation sign-up sheet
IFD Explorers
Juvenile Fire Setting info – Fire Investigators on hand to answer your questions
Car Seat installation information

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Mike McQuillen's Birthday Bash
JUne 15, 2018, 9130 Prairie Ridge Cr. Indianapolis, IN 46256


Fundraiser for Dave Seiter and Mike Reeves
June 14, 2018, 6:00-8:00 pm at Sterrett Center



Lawrence Township GOP Happy Hour Event
June 12, 2018, 6-8 PM at HillCrest Country Club, 6098 Fall Creek Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46220

- Speaker: Trace Yates, Executive Director, Lawrence Chamber of Commerce


Indianapolis Marion County Public Library Summer Reading Program Kick-off
June 6, 2018, 10-10:30 am at Central Library

Kicking-off the 99th year of the Summer Reading Program.  The theme this year is Everyday Superheroes.

Where: The kickoff will take place in the Learning Curve (kid’s area) at Central Library around 10:00 am. 

Parking: The garage is located on the Penn side of the building just south of 9th St. 

Readers: Michael & Polly McQuillen, Stephanie Hogsett, and Vop Osili.  Jackie Nytes will be on hand to offer the welcome.



may 16, 2018, 8 AM at Le peep castleton

Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost other than whatever you wish to order to eat or drink – or nothing as you wish.

Our guest speaker will be State Senator & MCRCC Chairman Jim Merritt.

Jim Merritt is a Republican member of the Indiana Senate, representing the 31st District since 1997. He was first elected to the Indiana Senate in 1990. He was reelected to the state Senate in 2010, defeating then-Marion County Sheriff Frank J. Anderson.

Sen. Merritt received his bachelor of arts in political science from Indiana University in 1981. Professionally, Sen. Merritt is vice president of corporate affairs for the Indiana Railroad Company. He is married and has two daughters and one son.


ANNual Sargent Road Cleanup
April 28, 2018, 9 AM. meet at mud creek barn on 86th Street

This has been one long winter for all of us but it won't be long now until our beautiful corridor of Sargent Road is going to look like this once again.  Over the winter, littering has made our road look less than perfect and we would like to enlist your help on April 28th at 9:00 a.m. in picking up the trash along the road.  We will first meet at the Mud Creek Barn on 86th St. to learn where we can help.  We will have gloves, grabbers, and bright orange vests provided for our use and the Sargent Road corridor will have limited police protection.  In order for the full stretch to be cleaned up, we need many volunteers.  Won't you consider joining the Litterbusters for this important event?