At one point during the Great Indiana Tollgate, a large group of men and women in white hats, hats, and hats came out to celebrate the new year in a massive gathering of about 1,500.
They brought a sign that read, “I hope this year’s the best.”
The sign, which had a picture of a horse and two women wearing a horse costume, said, “Happy New Year.
I hope you are also happy.”
The women wore hats that said, “”I hope you’re happy.
We hope you get a job.
We’re here to give you a job.
“As the day wore on, more signs were put up for the new years.
The sign said, “#HappyNewYear.
I will keep the spirit of this year alive for a long time to come.
“One sign read, “#IndianaLaws: Please do not litter.
Please do NOT feed the animals.
Please, PLEASE DO NOT KILL.
PLEASE, PLEASE, please, please don’t.
“A sign at the Great Indianapolis Tollgate read, #IndianaLights: The Indiana Lights are the greatest show on earth.
They are truly spectacular.
This is a great show.
The signs were part of a larger effort to help those affected by the flooding in the state.
On Monday, the Indiana Department of Transportation announced it was working with the American Red Cross to donate $100,000 to the Red Cross in the aftermath of the flood.
The Indiana Department has also asked local churches to donate more than $1 million in food and supplies to the flood victims.