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August 16th, 2014
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Impact C&C is looking to expand and increase its workforce in coming months.
Impact C&C is a producer of precision machined metal components for automotive vehicles and various industrial equipment.
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COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia City High School pride will be ringing through the streets of New York City this Thanksgiving.
CCHSâ€™s senior varsity cheerleaders were selected to perform in the 88th Annual Macyâ€™s Thanksgiving Day Parade, along with more than 700 other cheer and dance teams from across the nation will be representing the paradeâ€™s Varsity Spirit.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Little Hands, Big Hearts, Great Starts, Inc. recently announced the organization has gained its 501 C3 designation, qualifying the group as a nonprofit. Little Hands is located in Columbia City, and is designed to teach children, prior to beginning kindergarten, how to have an impact on the community and themselves with daily hands-on acts of kindness.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Blue Bird Revival, a praise band, will perform at Troy Presbyterian Church Sunday for morning worship at 9:50 a.m.
The band is a unique group from Northeastern Indiana. Blue Bird Revivalâ€™s music is best described as Americana, country, blue grass, and gospel.
The group consists of 10 members, with members playing multiple instruments and signing.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Passages, Inc.â€™s Creative Learning Center was filled with silent auction attendees Thursday evening for the Old & New Art Exhibition and Sale. The event featured artwork created by Passages clients, with approximately 70 pieces on display, from paintings to ceramics to photography.
Editorâ€™s note: The following is the first of a two-part series on the Thorncreek Township Fire Department
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Thorncreek Township has a gem parked in its fire station.
A new 2014 KME fire pumper and rescue truck was recently delivered and put into operation at the fire department.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Enhancing the literacy of individuals in Whitley County has been the focus of the countyâ€™s Literacy Council since 1987.
However, after almost being nonexistent within the past year, the nonprofit has reorganized and is rebuilding its services.