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Green thumbs show interest in Columbia City

April 14, 2014

OLUMBIA CITY — A nonprofit is considering moving into Columbia City.
Members from Giving Gardens of Indiana were present at a recent Columbia City Board of Works meeting to discuss its options with city officials on putting in a community garden within the city limits.

The program would provide citizens and other groups with food and/or seedlings.

Zach Arnold, president of the group, requested use of one of the city’s properties, located at the corner of Towerview Drive and Hannah Street.

“We want the community to come together to grow food for those in need,” said Angela Knezevich, board member of the group. “The garden can be used for education and to provide nutritional choices for Whitley County.”

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