Hallam RV Plumbing

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Hallam RV Plumbing
Hallam RV Plumbing is listed in the Plumbers category in Carmel, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Hallam RV Plumbing which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Hallam RV Plumbing on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Hallam RV Plumbing offers Plumbing services in Carmel IN.

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We had another exciting evening last week! We honored 15 ExtraordinAIRy Treasures to Our Future with $1,000 scholarships to further their education. This is the 8th year that we have been blessed to provide these ExtraordinAIRy Treasures Scholarships to area high school graduates. This year’s recipients from the Class of 2016 are: Darla Michales (Alexandria Monroe High School), Htoo Thu (Roncalli High School), Juan Amezcua (Providence Cristo Rey High School), Lucia Bastnagel (Bishop Chatard Highs School), Malachi Mozee (Broad Ripple High School), Sarah Wesner (Heritage Christian School), Brooklyn Alerding (Southport High School), Cameron Allen (Danville Community High School), Luke Clair-Ficko (Mooresville High School), Macklin Brown (Lawrence Central High School), Mariah Hoofer (Pike High School), Megan Alms (Zionsville Community High School), Delaney Bucker (Southport High School), Delaney Graham Danville Community High School) and Emma Stewart (Mooresville High School). This is a unique scholarship in that student’s cannot apply. You have to nominate them with an essay about why they are an ExtraordinAIRy Treasure to our future. Our scholarships are based on who a graduate is at heart. We don’t care about GPA and we are excited to help these graduates in all career paths. Our scholarships have been awarded to students pursing a wide range of careers such as becoming a chef, engineer, teacher, missionary, diesel mechanic and social worker. They have been presented to students who have faced challenges such as illness, abuse and homelessness, as well as students who were blessed with an easier path to graduation; students who were athletes and community leaders; students who “had their head in the game” all four years of high school; and, to those who recognized the importance of academics a few years into high school after their GPA had suffered. It’s all about WHO they are and not WHAT they’ve done. We will be opening nominations for our 2017 ExtraordinAIRy Treasures Scholarships in January. You can nominate a student at www.MyIndianaTreasure.org.

We had an exciting evening yesterday! We honored 9 ExtraordinAIRy Treasures in Our Community as part of our annual Christmas On Us program. This is the 7th year we have paid it forward to families who are selected as ExtraordinAIRy Treasures in our community. Christmas on Us is about people who are always giving back and serving others. Some are very young and touch our lives in ExtraordinAIRy ways. Others are older and bless us with their wisdom and sacrifice. And there are Treasures who are struggling, yet they still put others before themselves. We received over 200 nominations in the form of essays that explained why their nominee was an ExtraordinAIRy Treasure in our community. Although the plan was to honor 8 families chosen by the selection committee, we honored 9 families with $1,000 each. We just couldn’t narrow it down any further. We want to thank the 2016 Christmas On Us recipients for being ExtraordinAIRy Treasures in Our Community. They are: Angela Shrum, Elliot Swallows, Jessica Hill, Jonetta Knight, Kevin Mefford, Michele Trimble, Sally Park, Samuel Allen and William Martin.

Thank you team for volunteering your time to Bring the Heat! This program can dramatically improve the quality of life for elderly, low income and disabled homeowners in the Indianapolis area.

Hey everybody! I want to introduce you to Austen. He is one of the young people who has benefited from Outreach's work with our homeless youth. Remember, we are matching all donations up to $10,000 in total that are made to Outreach by June 20th. You can double your impact now! Please share this post so that we can get the word out. I appreciate your help!
Williams Comfort Air is proud to partner with Outreach, a local non-profit that provides support programs to homeless youth in Indianapolis and central India...

I am so excited! A very generous person donated $5,000 to Outreach after seeing our “Reach Out with Hope” commercial on WTHR! THANK YOU!! Can you make a small donation to help the homeless youth in our area? Every little bit helps, and we will match it up to $10,000 in total.
Williams Comfort Air is proud to partner with Outreach, a local non-profit that provides support programs to homeless youth in Indianapolis and central India...