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March 21, 2014

The Whitley County Community Foundation was recently honored for its partnership with Passages, Inc. Pictured, from left, are Dave Lehman, of Passages; September McConnell, executive director for the WCCF; Sydney Pequignot, a member of The Dazzlers; Vanessa Bills, WCCF business director; Jason Meyer, Passages president and CEO; and Sonya Rubrake, a Passages associate.

COLUMBIA CITY — An award was recently presented to The Whitley County Community Foundation (WCCF) for its support of individuals with disabilities.

The foundation, which works with numerous nonprofits and funds thousands of dollars in grants each year, was given the 2014 Parternship Award, presented by INARF (Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities), for its work with Passages, Inc., an organization dedicated to helping people with intellectual disabilities.

Not only has the foundation supported Passages’ Creative Learning Center, WCCF employees are personally active in the service of individuals with disabilities.  

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