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PAYING IT FORWARD: Lighthouse uses its community garden to give back

August 30, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — A variety of vegetables grow in front of The Lighthouse, a transitional shelter in Columbia City serving the homeless in Whitley County.

The Community Garden functions as more than just a source of food; the vegetables provide a lifestyle change.

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