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DONATION LIGHTENS LOAD: Helps more than 500

July 3, 2014

Farm Credit employees held a fund and supply drive over the past several months during which they contributed funds or supplies in exchange for casual dress days. Executive director Tania Keirn (right), staff members Sandy Hacker (left) and Chris Edwards visited the Lighthouse June 30 to present the items and learn about the organization.

Farm Credit Mid-America, an agricultural lending cooperative serving farmers, rural residents and agribusinesses throughout Indiana, invested in the Whitley County community by presenting needed items to The Lighthouse Transitional Housing Program, located in Columbia City.

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