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EDC REFLECTS ON 2011: Organization looks ahead to rest of 2012

March 19, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — While Iotron Industries, USA may have been celebrating its grand opening, it was also playing host for the first time, with the guest of honor being the Whitley County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and it’s annual meeting.
This year’s meeting was titled “Outlook 2012”.
EDC President Alan Tio began by speaking about last year’s meeting and how at the time, the EDC was just welcoming Iotron into the Whitley County fold.
Tio said it was only fitting a year later, the company was hosting the same event while also cutting the ribbon to open its doors.

‘PAINTS, PICKLES, PATRICK:’ Passages artists showcase 150 pieces

March 19, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Clients of Passages in Whitley County surrounded 150 pieces of art as they walked through the display held at the Peabody Public Library Auditorium Friday.
The event, "Paintings, Pickles and Patrick," was a fundraiser for Passages dedicated to helping people with intellectual disabilities or challenges to thrive in the community, as well as in their home life.
Photography, water color, coloring pencil, ceramics, acrylic, jewelry and furniture were among the many items being bid on and observed at the show.

BUSY AS A......

March 19, 2012

As pink and white flowers bloom in the days before the official start of spring, followed by fruit in May, bees search for nectar in the tiny flowers of an apricot tree. The warmer weather has encouraged bees to arrive early.

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