About Don Current

Don Current is owner of Current Financial Concepts and longtime resident of Shelbyville. Don is also co-founder and Chief Tech Guy of ShelbyvilleToday.com
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Don Current has written 569 articles so far, you can find them below.


Accessorize Your Samsung

Accessorize Your Samsung

Dick Tracy eat your heart out! I got to try out the Samsung Galaxy Gear  and it is definitely a fun accessory. Thank you Verizon for giving me a chance to try it out. The Gear is a touch screen super-watch that connects via Bluetooth 4.0 to your Samsung Mobile device such as the SIII and S4  the  Note […]

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Local Bank Sees New Corporate Leadership

Local Bank Sees New Corporate Leadership

First Financial Bank has named Indiana native Kevin Langford its Indiana banking president. He will lead the bank’s operations throughout the entire state, including in Shelbyville. Langford is based in Indianapolis and oversees the business development efforts for the consumer, commercial, and wealth management teams and works closely with local leadership teams to develop the […]

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The Black Stallion

The Black Stallion

The Strand Theatre (214 South Harrison Street) will show the film, THE BLACK STALLION, on Sunday, February 16, 2014 at 2pm as part of the Shelby County Reads’ series of events. This community-wide reading program revolves around a specific theme each year. The 2014 selected books focus on horses. The public may vote for their […]

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Thank You Lydi Davidson!

Thank You Lydi Davidson!

ASPIRATION MERGES WITH LIFE LONG LEARNING TO FORM QUALITY OF LIFE COALITION; SAYS GOOD-BYE TO COORDINATOR Have you planted a tree from the tree give-away?  Do you have a grandchild who needed a little extra help to be ready for kindergarten and participated in Jump Start?  Did someone reach out to you about enrolling your […]

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First Lady Partners with Indiana’s Female Statewide Office Holders for Hoosier Heroines Essay Contest

First Lady Partners with Indiana’s Female Statewide Office Holders for Hoosier Heroines Essay Contest

First Lady Karen Pence announced today that the state is now accepting entries for the Hoosier Heroines essay contest. She is joined by Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann, Secretary of State Connie Lawson, Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz and Auditor Suzanne Crouch, in inviting students grades 6-9 to participate in an essay contest telling who […]

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Shelby County Reads 2014 – Horse Tales

Shelby County Reads 2014 – Horse Tales

New Date!!!! Shelby County is getting ready to kick off the 11th annual Shelby County Reads Event. A group of Shelby County book lovers meet each year and choose a theme for the event as well as books for multiple age levels. This year’s theme is horses and eight books have been chosen to accommodate […]

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Rescheduled! – 6th Annual “Pink-Out” Game

Rescheduled! – 6th Annual “Pink-Out” Game

— Rescheduled for Monday, February 3rd, 2014 — Triton Central High School will host the 6th Annual “Pink-Out” Game on Tuesday, January 28 2014 against the Shelbyville Lady Golden Bears. The “Pink-Out” Game supports the I.W.I.N. Foundation (Indiana Women in Need). Come out and Join the Fight against Breast Cancer. I.W.I.N Foundation’s Mission is – […]

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Apsley Kicks Off Campaign for Superior Court

R. Kent Apsley Campaign Photo

A large group of friends and supporters gathered at the home of Susan and Jeff Kent last night to join Kent Apsley in announcing his campaign for Judge of Shelby Superior Court No. 1. Apsley is currently serving his fourth term as Shelby County’s Prosecuting Attorney.   The retirement of Judge Jack Tandy from the […]

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Verizon’s Entry Level 7″ Tablet

Verizon’s Entry Level 7″ Tablet

Verizon recently launched a new self-branded tablet called the Ellipsis 7. Interestingly, the Greek root that the word ellipsis comes from means “to leave out, fall short”, which is exactly what this device does. The Ellipsis7 is a 7″ Android tablet designed to be an entry level device with a low price point while still […]

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Fitbit Flex

Fitbit Flex

It’s a new year. One of the top resolutions made each year has to do with getting more physically fit. By February, most people have already quit. Fitbit has several tools to help you maintain your commitment. I got an opportunity to try out the Fitbit Flex recently. Verizon Wireless sells these as an accessory […]

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