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    Mailing Address:

    P.O. Box 466

    Cicero, IN 46034


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  • Welcome to the Northern Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce

    We're glad you've come here to find out more about Arcadia, Atlanta, Cicero and Sheridan and the businesses that contribute to the economic vitality of the area.

    Northern Hamilton County is close enough to enjoy all the amenities of the larger cities in our great county, but we offer a simpler, more relaxed lifestyle in our small towns. You can still enjoy fine dining, great county and municipal parks, excellent schools and business-friendly downtowns. Look here for more information about chamber member businesses,
    more about our communities and schools and upcoming events.

    Our Cicero office is open Monday, Tuesday from 9AM-1PM and Thursday from 1-5 PM. Our satellite office in the Sheridan Public Library is open Wednesday from 10AM-1PM and Friday from 1-5PM each week or by appointment. Should you have any questions, please contact the Executive Director, Catharine R. Heller, directly at 317-984-4079











    Chamber Luncheons

      April 12, 2018

    Speakers: Jim & Jeff Godby
    Topic: The Godby Story
    Location: Waitt Grain/ with tour
    22755 Six Points Rd. Sheridan, IN 46069
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    Call the Chamber office @3179844079



    HAND abandons plans at Co-op, moves on Sheridan, Carmel sites


    Plans to develop a housing project on the site of the former Farm Bureau Co-op grain processing plant in Noblesville have been abandoned. For more than two years the Hamilton County Neighborhood Development   (HAND) tried to secure funding from state housing authorities for an  apartment  development on the site at 8th and  Mulberry streets, but has now decided against pursuing the project.

    HAND is now focusing on two other projects in the county. Cooperating with the Woda Group, Inc. of Ohio, HAND will be able to provide 32 living units at Blackhawk Commons in Sheridan, a project announced earlier that is now cleared to get underway in July.  Approval of federal rental tax credits resulted in the final go-ahead. The apartments will be located in  the former Sheridan High School, an 88-year-old structure later used as Adams Elementary which is currently vacant.In addition to the housing for moderate income tenants, the school’s gymnasium will become a community recreation facility made possible with $300,000 in county funds. The gym, once the largest in the county, hosted sectional basketball tourneys prior to the mid-1950s and is considered a local historic structure.

    HAND also has a small apartment project underway in the Home Place area of  Carmel.  Located near  106th Street and  College Avenue,  the  10-unit  complex will be completed before the end of the year, according to a release from HAND officials. The non-profit organization has 96 living units for rent in the county, not counting the Blackhawk Commons and Home Place complexes. HAND was founded in 2003 with the mission of providing affordable housing for county residents.





    Experience Indiana’s rural landscape on a themed excursion ride along the

    historic Nickel Plate Railroad.

    The Nickel Plate Heritage Railroad, Inc. will provide a moving entertainment and educational experience for all generations.

    Would you like to experience Indiana’s rural landscapes while sipping wine, dining on pizza, or with jolly old St. Nick? The Nickel Plate Express hopes to offer train excursions from Atlanta to Arcadia, IN beginning in mid-2018. Visitors would travel along the historic Nickel Plate rail line in style while enjoying one of our themed excursions! Pending approval by the Hoosier Heritage Port

    Stay tuned for more news about these exciting excursions!

    107 W. S. St. (12.00 mi)
    Arcadia, Indiana 46030
    (317) 660-4048


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    Your support is critical.

    It’s only by joining together that we can attack cancer from every angle.

    “Every single person is on one team…to get an answer.” That’s how American Cancer Society-funded researcher Johnathan Whetstine described his work to find cures. We know cancer is never beaten alone. It takes research, treatment, support, and a team of people all working toward the same goal. And it takes you. Your support is critical. It’s only by joining together that we can attack cancer from every angle.

    Every day, your support of the American Cancer Society is unlocking new innovations in cancer research, providing practical support for cancer patients and their families, offering a listening ear in a patient’s time of need, and so much more.  Never doubt that you are changing lives. You are helping cancer patients and their families because you opened your heart. You can always contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1 - 800 - 227 - 2345 or at cancer.org/contactus.





  • Chamber Luncheons

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      January 11, 2018 - Luncheon: At MEDscript Long Term Care with Tour
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      MEDscript Long Term Care
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      February 8, 2018 - Luncheon: Speaker, Joseph Pappas, President / CEO Emerald Neuro-Recover Centers
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      March 8, 2018 - Luncheon: "Anderson Family"
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      Speaker, Brandon Anderson, COO, Vibcon Corporation
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      Vibcon Corporation: Robin Anderson, CEO - Brandon Anderson, COO - Jessica Anderson, HR
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    21335 St. Rd. 19
    Cicero, IN 46034
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