By Sheryl Prentice email@example.com (Shared with permission from KPC Media).
KENDALLVILLE — The Northeastern Center formally broke ground Friday for its new residential building, Promise Home, and new maintenance building at 1905 Dowling St. Ground preparation work is already underway at the site, but staff and community leaders donned hardhats and took golden shovels in hand for the ceremony, made brief by frozen ground, blustery wind and the 26-degree temperature.
The Noble County Economic Development Corporation is seeking to hire an Executive Director. Apply by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Noble County Economic Development Corporation
(Hereafter referred to as the “Corporation”)
The Executive Director serves as the principal new industrial business promoter for Noble County.
Rick Sherck, long-time Executive Director of the Noble County Economic Development Corporation (EDC), announced his retirement on December 19, 2019.
Rick led the Noble County EDC since its inception in 2007. Bob Marshall, current Board President, thanked Rick for his years of service and noted “We did some really positive things during Rick’s tenure and we certainly wish him and his family nothing but the best going forward.”
By MATT GETTS email@example.com (Shared with permission from KPC Media.)
ALBION — The downtown area is getting some sprucing up, and at its meeting Nov. 26, the Albion Town Council helped pay for it.
Following positive recommendations from the Albion Redevelopment Commission, the council approved a trio of facade grants:
• The Albion Ale House received the maximum $10,000 in funding. Business owner Chad Stayner is putting in an outdoor deck/patio which could provide seating for up to 40 guests.
By MATT GETTS firstname.lastname@example.org (Shared with permission from KPC Media)
ALBION — Who wouldn’t want to double their money?
Opportunities like that are rare.
But prospective donors to the Augusta Hills Learning, Recreation and Community Center can double their donation/generosity thanks to a grant from the Cole Foundation.
Organizers Bill and Marilyn Emmert said the Cole Foundation will match up to $50,000 donations made to the effort.