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Indianapolis attempts to set a Guinness World Records for the largest display of chalk pavement art

Rob Smith, president of the Lilly Foundation noted, Ten years ago, Lilly launched its Global Day of Service, which spurred service projects worldwide but gained true momentum here where its corporate headquarters are located. In 2011, when we shut down I-70 and partnered with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB) to beautify the gateway to our city from the airport to downtown, dozens of companies came forward and wanted to join Lilly in this day of service. Projects are available to join on the Indy Do Day website. This year’s goal is 20,000 people. But, it’s not just about Indy Do Day or a world record. The goal is to instill a passion in the residents of Indianapolis to find something they can do, not just on one day, but every day, to make a difference in their community. Pick up a piece of trash, help a neighbor … it doesn’t have to be a large coordinated effort to have an impact.




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