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Bright House contest winners

Carmel, Zionsville student winners make Public Service Announcements about online safety

Three students from Carmel Clay Schools and three from Zionsville Schools have been selected for their winning ideas in Bright House Networks and Net Literacy's Students Speaking Out for Safety Contest. The contest purpose was to promote youth as active advocates in internet safety by answering the question - "If you had 30 seconds, what would you say to your friends and family members about how to be safe online?"  Winners presented their message in public service announcements that will be broadcast starting in March. Winners from Carmel included Sara Susant, 4th Grade, Mohawk Trails, Ayden Hagemann, 4th Grade, Prairie Trace, and Ella English, 5th Grade, Cherry Tree Elementary.

Check out more on Good Day Carmel's Facebook page

Mayor's Interfaith Alliance

Diverse group shares breakfast and culture














A group of pastors and faith leaders joined together this week as part of Mayor Jim Brainard's Interfaith Alliance for breakfast and a tour at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, where Father Bill welcomed everyone. It was a very diverse group, which is what the Interfaith Alliance is all about - recognizing and celebrating the rich diversity in both faith and culture we have here in Carmel.

See more pictures on the City of Carmel's Facebook site

Video: Where was Sherman?

Checking out the Carmel Caffeine Trail and Soho Cafe & Gallery for Fox 59 News

Fox News' Sherman Burdette paid a visit to SoHo Cafe & Gallery to help spread the news about the Carmel Caffeine Trail. He was joined by Melanie Lentz, spokeswoman for the city of Carmel, Vivian Lawhead, owner of Soho and a few others during his early morning visit.

Check out the fun video


See more at Carmel Caffeine Trail on FB

GOOD MORNING!
Today is FRIDAY, February 26. Today is Pistachio Day!
   
  
WEATHER 
Today: Some sun, high 37
Saturday: Sunny and dry, high 51
Sunday: Rain possible in evening, high 63

ON THIS DATE
1919 - President Woodrow Wilson makes the Grand Canyon a U.S. National Park. 
 
 

 CUP HALF FULL 
'God gives the nuts, but he does not crack them.'
Franz Kafka

    
 
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The smallest library in the world has appeared on the streets of New York City – and it has space for just one reader at a time.
 
   
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