Friday, July 11
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
SE Quadrant of Monument Circle, Downtown Indianapolis (in front of Hilbert Circle Theatre)
$3 per giant ice cream sundae
All proceeds benefit Girl Scouts of Central Indiana ... Read more...
INDIANAPOLIS – Kurt Busch has been honored by American Dairy Association Indiana (ADAI) as recipient of the 40th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Award. Busch, the NASCAR regular attempting to become the first driver to complete the Indianapolis 500 – Coca-Cola 600 “Double” since 2001, won the award by... Read more...
INDIANAPOLIS – Every driver in the 2014 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race will want to make the acquaintance of two Hoosier dairy farmers on Sunday afternoon, May 25. And they’ll know exactly where to find them. Ken Hoeing and Alan Wright will be standing, cooler in hand, on some of Central Indiana’s most valuable real estate – Victory Circle at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Read more...
INDIANAPOLIS – Seven Indianapolis 500 first-year drivers from around the globe will vie for the 40th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Award presented by American Dairy Association Indiana (ADAI) and its Hoosier dairy farm families. Read more...
INDIANAPOLIS – Over 30 local celebrities helped raise $8,282.08 for Girl Scouts of Central Indiana as they dished out ice cream sundaes in honor of National Ice Cream Month Friday, July 12 during the American Dairy Association of Indiana’s 24th annual Ice Cream Social on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS – Celebrate National Ice Cream Month and chill out in summer’s heat during the American Dairy Association of Indiana’s 24th annual Ice Cream Social on the Circle. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, July 12 on the southeast quadrant of Monument Circle in front of Hilbert Circle Theatre.
INDIANAPOLIS – The American Dairy Association of Indiana (ADA) has extended an invitation to folks throughout the Hoosier state to visit "30 Dairies in 30 Days" during June's National Dairy Month.
INDIANAPOLIS – One of the most popular and recognized traditions at the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race is showcased annually through presentation of the Winners Drink Milk Award by the American Dairy Association of Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS – Every driver in the 2013 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race will want to make the acquaintance of two Hoosier dairy farmers on Sunday afternoon, May 26.
INDIANAPOLIS – The youngest driver ever to start the Indianapolis 500 from the front row was honored today (Tues, May 21) by the American Dairy Association of Indiana as recipient of the 39th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Award.
Click here to download the American Dairy Association Bottle of Milk Tradition and Fastest Rookie of the Year General Release.
INDIANAPOLIS – When legendary race driver Louis Meyer pulled into Victory Lane at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Memorial Day 1933 and asked for a cold glass of buttermilk to quench his thrist after 500 gruelingmilkes, little did anyone realize a tradition had been born.
Yet that's exactly what had happened. With his simple request, the late, great Meyer — Indy's first three-time-winner — established a tradition that has become an edearing part of Indianapolis lore.
INDIANAPOLIS – The 38 recipients of the American Dairy Association of Indiana's Fastest Rookie of the Year Award at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and their winning speeds, are:
INDIANAPOLIS –Andrea McMurtry, Physical Education Teacher at Fisher Junior High in Fishers, IN has been named Indiana’s Secondary Schools Program Advisor of the Year! Mrs. McMurtry is part of the Fuel Up to Play 60 Program, taking an active leadership role in encouraging students to get active, eat healthy and make a difference.
INDIANAPOLIS –Kathy Rebber, Physical Education Teacher at Mt. Healthy Elementary School in Columbus, INhas been named Indiana’s Elementary Program Advisor of the Year! Mrs. Rebber is part of the Fuel Up to Play 60 Program, taking an active leadership role in encouraging students to get active, eat healthy and make a difference.
INDIANAPOLIS – A beautiful final weekend of weather and a diverse line-up of free concerts throughout its 17-day run helped the Indiana State Fair finish as a tremendous success. For just the second time since the fair went to the 17-day format, the fair attracted more than 70,000 visitors on three different days. Overall, 853,941 people attended the event.
INDIANAPOLIS – Annie Rose Achen of Ambia was selected as the 2012-13 Dairy Princess for the American Dairy Association of Indiana. The crowning took place before a crowd of dairy industry members and their families and friends, on Tuesday, July 24, at the Embassy Suites North in Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS – Josef Newgarden – whose rise to the pinnacle of motorsports has been both steady and sensational - was honored today (Tues, May 22) by the American Dairy Association of Indiana as recipient of the 38th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Award.
INDIANAPOLIS – A sensational cast of eight rookie drivers from around the globe has converged on Indianapolis to compete for one of the most prestigious honors associated with the 500-Mile Race: the 38th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Award.
The American Dairy Association of Indiana and its Hoosier dairy farm families have been sponsors of the program since its inception in 1975.
INDIANAPOLIS – The American Dairy Association of Indiana (ADA) proudly participates in a trio of 500 Festival activities during the month of May. Each solidifies the tradition and longstanding relationship among the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Indianapolis 500, the 500 Festival, and Hoosier dairy farm families.
Students Refuel with Prairie Farms Milk after Competition
Over 200,000 music students get the message that ‘winners drink milk’ throughout the year thanks to Indiana dairy farmers’ sponsorship of Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) events. The sponsorship is coordinated by Milk Promotion Services of Indiana. ISSMA holds the finest marching band contest in the nation according to the judges from all across the country who were in Indianapolis for the recent Marching Band State Finals.
New research indicates that diet- and exercise-induced weight loss with higher protein and increased dairy product intakes improves weight loss quality by promoting more favorable body composition changes in overweight and obese women. The study, co-funded by the Dairy Research Institute™, Dairy Farmers of Canada and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, was conducted by McMaster University, Ontario, Canada, and is now available online on the Journal of Nutrition website.
August 30, 2011 – Christel House Academy has been awarded a $2,000 Fuel Up Breakfast Grant from the National Dairy Council and General Mills. A total of $100,000 in funding was awarded to 39 schools nationwide to help build or expand breakfast programs for the 2011-12 school year.
Mallarie Stookey of Milford was selected as the 2011-12 Dairy Princess for the American Dairy Association of Indiana. The crowning took place before a crowd of dairy industry members and their families and friends, on Tuesday, July 26, at the Embassy Suites North in Indianapolis. Mallarie age, 17, is the daughter of Jeff and Marla Stookey.
Friday, July 8 was a sultry, sun-drenched day, and downtowners were on the hunt for a refreshing summertime treat. Thousands found exactly what they were looking for at the 22nd annual Ice Cream Social on the Circle, sponsored by the American Dairy Association of Indiana (ADAI).
An array of local personalities representing sports, business and media are flexing their wrists and perfecting their scooping techniques in preparation for Friday’s 22nd annual Ice Cream Social on the Circle.
Take a break from summer’s heat on Friday, July 8 and enjoy a delicious, refreshing ice cream sundae at the 22nd annual Ice Cream Social on the Circle. The event, sponsored by the American Dairy Association of Indiana and its Hoosier dairy farm families, celebrates National Ice Cream Month and Indiana’s ranking as No. 2 in US ice cream production.
Blue, the official mascot of the Indianapolis Colts, will reward the students and staff of Custer Baker Intermediate School after they were chosen as the inaugural winners of Blue’s Fuel Up To Play 60 (FUTP60) Challenge.
May 17, 2011 – Indianapolis, Ind., -- In light of last night’s news report, “What’s In Your Milk?,” the dairy community in Indiana would like to reiterate our unwavering commitment to producing pure, wholesome milk.
Rosa Parks-Edison Elementary has been chosen to receive $2,800 to support its Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative, the Indiana Dairy and Nutrition Council announced today.
On November 28th, ten fortunate Fuel Up to Play 60 students will be introduced on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium before the Colts home game against the Chargers.
The New York Times and numerous media outlets this past week have inaccurately reported on the nation's farmer-funded dairy promotion program. Much of the reporting is fundamentally wrong.
Amid soaring temperatures, the Dairy Bar had another great year at the 2010 Indiana State Fair. From August 6 – 22, thousands of Hoosiers indulged their tastebuds and cooled their heads with delectable treats from the State Fair-famous Dairy Bar.
More than 1500 pounds of Indiana-produced mild cheddar cheese, along with a few other favorites, such as Gouda and white cheddar, will be sculpted into an amazing work of art portraying the NFL and National Dairy Council's in-school based program, Fuel Up to Play 60.
The term "Freshman 15" originally referred to the typical number of credit hours full-time students take each semester, but pop culture now claims that 15 is the number of pounds many college students gain their first year away from home.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, students are flunking healthy eating. Less than 20 percent of school children eat the recommended daily servings of fruit, vegetables and whole grains, and only 30 percent consume three servings of dairy each day.
Elles Niessen of Lewisville was selected as the 2010 - 2011 Dairy Princess for the American Dairy Association of Indiana. The crowning took place before a crowd of dairy industry members, their families and friends, on Tuesday, July 27, at the Embassy Suites North in Indianapolis.
Join the American Dairy Association of Indiana and its Hoosier Dairy Farm Families as they "Scream for Ice Cream" at the 21st annual Ice Cream Social on the Circle!
Central Indiana residents are invited to join the American Dairy Association of Indiana (ADAI) and the Hoosier state's dairy farm families as they celebrate June's National Dairy Month with a free public brunch and educational dairy farm tour.
While recently there has been a national focus on eliminating child obesity throughout the country, in Indiana, Bailly Elementary has shown that focusing on small, realistic improvements can be the first step toward that goal.
"As stewards of our environment, we have always been aware that nurturing and protecting our farms and the products we grow is in the best interests of all our families and the communities in which we live," said Heather Hill, a farmer from Greenfield, Ind.
Advance sale tickets for the 11th annual Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival are available now at www.vintageindiana.com. The popular outdoor festival will be held on Saturday, June 5, 11 am to 7 pm at Military Park in Downtown Indianapolis.
All milk contains a unique combination of nutrients important for growth and development. And flavored milk accounts for less than 3.5 percent of added sugar intake among children ages 6-12 and less than 2 percent of the added sugar intake among teens.
American's focus on health and wellness has changed the face of neighborhood supermarkets. As consumers search for foods that are not only convenient and portable, but also tasty and healthy, supermarkets are stacking the shelves with foods that meet these demands.
In a world flooded with technology – social media, PDAs, cells phones and more – it's easy to lose touch with the people you see every day. Eating at home is a great way to spend time with family, yet 33 percent of respondents (the highest percentage) to a November 2009 Vanity Fair/60 Minutes poll said "dining out" was the hardest to cut back on during the recession. Dining in can help families save money and is the perfect opportunity to try out new recipes that everyone, even the kids, can help prepare.
White, chocolate, or strawberry? That's the choice kids across the globe will have on September 30th as they celebrate World School Milk Day. This international event focuses on providing student with a fun way to learn about the role milk plays in healthy diets.
Food prices rose by 5.5 percent in the past year and are expected to increase up to an additional 4 percent in 2009. Americans are seeking to get the most out of their dollar, and since together, dairy foods provide a unique package of nine essential nutrients, they are a nutritional bang for the buck.
Food prices rose by 5.5 percent in the past year, and they're expected to increase up to an additional 4 percent in 2009.(1) As Americans continue to cut costs in the current economic environment, leading nutrition experts fear many will do so at the expense of a nutritious diet.
Join the American Dairy Association Indiana, Inc. and its Hoosier Dairy Farm Families as they "Scream for Ice Cream" at the 20th annual Ice Cream Social on the Circle.
McDonald's® new McCafe® specialty coffee drinks — which consist of up to 80 percent milk — have officially launched at the chain's nearly 14,000 restaurants nationwide. Dairy producers, through their checkoff investment, are partnering with McDonald's to increase milk sales through the new beverages.
Driver Raphael Matos was honored today (Tuesday, May 19) by the American Dairy Association of Indiana as recipient of the 35th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Award.
With the national unemployment rate at 8.1 percent and rising, home sales continuing to slide and consumer confidence at its lowest level in history, Americans are concerned about their wallets and looking for ways to not only save money, but also improve their frustrated moods.