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USO of Indiana Five Star Gala

USO of Indiana Five Star Gala Saturday, September 14th, 2019 The Westin Indianapolis Honoring our 2019 Outstanding Military Service Member honorees plus a special honoree will be presented with the USO of Indiana Five Star Medal. Doors open to all attendees at 5:30pm in the evening.  Dinner will commence at 7:00pm. This video will provide a step-by-step tutorial of how to use BidPal Mobile Bidding for the Silent... Read Article

Renters Insurance

You have a lot of things that are important to you – from your clothes and furniture to your sound system, sports gear, and computer. And you want to feel confident that everything you’ve worked for is not at risk. Let the Scott Lynch Agency help you find coverage options that protect you, your family, and your personal property. Call us at (317) 886-0081 and... Read Article

KEEP WATER IN ITS PLACE

Water is a necessity in our daily lives, but it can wreak havoc in your home if it runs loose. This costly and burdensome damage is more common than you may think. One in 50 - The share of insured homes that file a property damage claim caused by water damage or freezing each year1 #2 - Water damage is the second most frequently filed... Read Article

You're invited to celebrate the 4th of July by Thomas Jefferson!

Thomas Jefferson was invited to attend the 50th celebration of the 4th of July in 1826. He declined due to being gravely ill. As a matter of fact, July 4th, 1826 both former Presidents, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams died that day. July 4th, 1831 saw the passing of former President James Monroe. Also, former President Calvin Coolidge was born July 4th, 1872. In response... Read Article

What Car Drivers Need to Know about Motorcycles

Summer is here, which means you'll likely see more motorcycles on the road. And the key word here is "see." People driving cars and trucks often fail to notice the motorcyclists around them, partly because they're not accustomed to looking for them. It's obvious yet bears repeating: Motorcyclists are much more vulnerable than car and truck drivers and passengers. Not only are there many more... Read Article