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Category Archives: Sports & Recreation

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Chelsea Wilson | 1828 Leadership Project presented by Citizens Energy Group

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: April 3, 2021
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Lifestyle & Wellness, Civic Engagement, Sports & Recreation, IndyVolved, YP Perspectives, IndyHub

Chelsea Wilson is a sports events professional currently working as a project coordinator for the 2022 Indy College Football Playoff host committee.  Previously she oversaw event operations at the Indiana Convention Center, championship operations for the DI Women’s […]

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Explore Indy: Southwestway Park

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: July 31, 2020
Categories: Lifestyle & Wellness, Sports & Recreation, IndyHub

The phrase “hidden gem” is tossed around a lot, especially when referring to lesser-known attractions in Indy. When I became a Southsider, I was apprehensive to leave behind favorite trails at Holliday Park and Eagle Creek. Unbeknownst to […]

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Explore Indy: Garfield Park

Posted by: Melissa Harms
Posted: July 17, 2020
Categories: Sports & Recreation, IndyHub

My husband and I recently went on a walk through Garfield Park, where we had our wedding photos taken mind you, and he said, “I had no idea all of this was here.” Which is the unfortunate response […]

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Explore Indy: Fort Harrison State Park

Posted by: Jeff Robinson
Posted: July 10, 2020
Categories: Lifestyle & Wellness, Sports & Recreation, IndyHub

At the beginning of each year, I buy myself a late Christmas present in the form of a $50 Annual State Park Entrance Permit. For the price of a dinner with my wife, I can roll up to […]

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