First-ever Virtual Field Trip Held at Milwaukee Tools

A first-ever virtual field trip to Greenwood’s Milwaukee Tools facility was conducted recently by Aspire as part of its continuing effort to introduce high school students to jobs available with area companies. Taking the tour via Zoom were Greenwood Community High School students who learned about the jobs held by employees who work at a variety of different jobs at the site.

Dream Fulfilled: Franklin Officially Opens New Park, Amphitheater

Youngs Creek Park officially opened. The $9 million park features an outdoor amphitheater with a 5,000-seat capacity lawn, an inclusive playground, spray park, pickleball courts and more. The city redeveloped this 15-acre area after floodwaters destroyed previous commercial and industrial operations. The park boosts local quality of life and downtown amenities.

Indy Metro, Johnson County Drive Indiana’s Population Growth

The Indiana Business Research Center reports Indiana’s 2021 population growth was the smallest since 2015, due to a spike in deaths brought on by COVID. As has become the trend, the Indy Metro was again responsible for most of the State’s growth last year – 64% of it, in fact. And Johnson County saw the fourth highest number of new residents in the State, accounting for 10% of Indiana’s 2021 population growth.

Property Spotlight: 4-Star Industrial Space in Whiteland

Building 4A in the brand-new Mohr Industrial Park will be available next March! It has I-65 frontage and features 130,000 SF with a 32-foot ceiling clear height. This location is perfect for a growing company interested in locating to or expanding within Johnson County. Aspire’s sites and building database was built in partnership with T&W Design & Build. We are grateful for their support in offering this tool.

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Shelly Bays, an internationally certified Maxwell Leadership Team Coach, Speaker and Trainer, and certified DISC Consultant will be equipping us to elevate our ability to communicate and connect more effectively within our organizations and businesses in her program on June 14, 2022 at the Johnson County Museum of History as part of our Business Matters Series.

Tuesday, June 14th
11:30am - 1:00pm
Johnson County Museum of Art

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Wednesday, May 25th
8:30am - 10:00am
City of Greenwood

Monday, June 6th
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Lou Malnati's - Greenwood

You may have complimentary tickets to select events available with your membership. Contact Angie Keene for more information.
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