updated: 6/19/2007 4:18:38 PM

Fort Harrison to Open New Commissary, Post Exchange

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The Fort Harrison Reuse Authority will tomorrow hold a grand opening ceremony for a new commissary and post exchange at Fort Benjamin Harrison. Officials from the U.S. Army will be on hand for the opening. The old commissary and post exchange will be torn down this summer to make room for Lawrence Village at the Fort, a new residential, retail and business development.

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Press Release

Indianapolis, Indiana – The Fort Harrison Reuse Authority (FHRA) is pleased to announce a grand opening celebration for the new Commissary and Post Exchange (PX) at Fort Benjamin Harrison. A dedication for the newly constructed facility will take place Wednesday, June 20, 2007, at 9720 E. 59th Street, Lawrence, Indiana, beginning at 9 a.m. Lt. General Michael D. Rochelle, highly regarded United States Army official, along with a number of local dignitaries and top ranking U.S. Army officials, will be in attendance to celebrate the opening of this new and impressive facility.

Members of the press are welcome to attend a question and answer session on June 20th at the address above beginning at 8:15 a.m. Individuals will also be available after the ceremony to conduct press interviews and answer questions.

FHRA Executive Director, Ehren T. Bingaman stated, “This dedication marks the beginning of a new facility for Army personnel, and signifies the beginning of the Lawrence Village at the Fort community.” The old PX and Commissary sites will be demolished late this summer with work to begin on the new live, work, play master-planned community soon to follow.

About Lawrence Village at the Fort

Only minutes away from Castleton and Geist Reservoir; the Lawrence Village at the Fort is a contemporary village-style live, work, play master-planned community. This community was designed to provide residential, retail, business and professional elements, while preserving the natural beauty and architecture of historic Fort Benjamin Harrison.

To learn more about the Fort Harrison Reuse Authority (FHRA) or Lawrence Village at the Fort, contact Sherry Sutton at 317.636.7702.

Source: Fort Harrison Reuse Authority

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