Council on Aging breaks ground on senior center
By Steve Garbacz firstname.lastname@example.org, July 18, 2019
KENDALLVILLE — After some false starts and a few stops, the Noble County Council on Aging broke ground on a new senior center.
On Thursday morning, dozens gathered for a quick groundbreaking ceremony ahead of the first of three phases of construction work at the council’s site on the corner of Main and Iddings streets.
Kendallville, IN - The meeting space at the Kendallville Area Chamber of Commerce was filled almost to capacity Thursday by civil servants, business owners, economic developers, and others interested in learning more about what it takes to revitalize and transform a downtown corridor to create a bustling place to eat, shop, and play.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has authorized over $525 million in funding over the next 10 years to expand broadband to unserved rural homes and businesses in 23 states.
Albion, IN - Thrive Noble County has published a new online event guide to encourage everyone who offers recreational and educational opportunities, meetings, and other notable happenings throughout Noble County to add those events in one place and have them promoted on multiple local online community calendars.
View the full report here: http://noblecountyedc.com/content/labor-market-review-may-2019
Questions? Contact WSellers@dwd.IN.gov, 200 E. Main St., SE 910 Fort Wayne, IN 46802 or call (260) 469-4313.
Report courtesy of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development
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