INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - With a couple hundred guests over for the day, there is bound to be a bit of clean-up afterwards.
For the Indianapolis Motor Speedway we're talking some 50,000 pounds of clean-up.
But for churches, schools and civic groups, it all means cash for their special projects.
Hundreds of volunteers converged on the grounds of the 2 1/2 mile oval to begin the process of removing all that trash left behind by race fans to restore the track to its pristine condition.
Teri Downey from Eastside Church of God estimates her group will earn a whopping 18 hundred dollars for cleaning up their section of the grandstands.
The money they earned is earmarked for a mission trip to Paraguay.
Various groups have been part of the annual clean-up for decades. It's so popular there's actually a waiting list for groups wanting to participate.
Carmel High School took over the Colts Complex for a night.
Avon Police Department and Avon Community School Corp. are investigating photos sent from female students to male students, police officials said.
Matt Painter has Purdue on the upswing, and they head into Saturday's Crossroads Classic clash with Butler on a 3-game winning streak. The goal? Win the school's first game in the elite doubleheader.