"Just a year later, Bailey had the chance to prove it. When the Indiana Arts Commission asked cities to apply to host the 2009 awards, Bailey and other Muncie community leaders, including Mayor Sharon McShurley, jumped on the opportunity. And the commission liked what they heard -- Muncie was chosen to host the fall event -- just the second time in the award's history that it will be celebrated outside of Indianapolis.
And this year, it's going to be bigger than ever.
Instead of just hosting the awards Sept. 25, members of the local steering committee have decided to create a three-day event."
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