Marketplace – October 30

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During a recent educational conference held by the Indiana Office of Court Services, two Bartholomew County judicial officers were recognized for completing educational programs designed to enhance legal knowledge and improve personal and professional development.
Magistrate Joe Meek received the Indiana Judicial College certificate awarded upon the completion of 120 hours of continuing education and Judge Jim Worton was recognized for completing the in-depth Indiana Graduate Program for Judges.
Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers fast-casual restaurant will open in late November at 3660 Jonathan Moore Pike, the former KFC location. The 2,960-square-foot restaurant, the second Indiana location for the Kansas-based franchise, will offer dine-in service, patio seating and drive-thru service.
Duncan Savage is operating partner of the business.

Orthotic & Prosthetic Designs of Columbus recently received the 2016 OPGA/POINT Freedom Award for compassionate service and dedication to veterans and active-duty soldiers in providing orthotic and prosthetic fitting and/or rehabilitation for those wounded in action.
OPGA/POINT, a member service organization comprised of independently owned orthotic and prosthetic facilities, presents the award annually in conjunction with Veterans Day.

Columbus Massage Center and Salon, owned by Dana Greathouse, will open Tuesday at a new location, 3126 17th St., combining its two previous locations into a larger studio for massage therapy, hairstyling, nails and skin care.
Housing Partnerships Inc., doing business as Thrive Alliance, recently received the Community Partner of the Year award from Stone Belt Arc Inc., in recognition of HPI’s

Mark Lindenlaub
Mark Lindenlaub
Ralph Childers
Ralph Childers

delivery of housing services in an outstanding manner. Stone Belt Arc presents awards annually to partners that have excelled in collaborating with them in providing clients with safe and affordable housing.
HPI representatives Ralph Childers, property manager, and Mark, Lindenlaub, accepted the award.

Alexa Lemley, executive chef and co-owner of 240sweet Artisan Foodworks, 9600 U.S. 31, won the Best Street Treat award at the Indiana Cooks for the Arc celebration of the 10th anniversary of The Arc of Indiana. Her winning recipe was Smoked Duck Balls, duck meatballs stuffed with jalapeno peppers and cream cheese, then wrapped in bacon.