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November 20, 2013

PUBLIC FORUM: Thanks to heroes and home show

Community lit upby holiday event

Delta Theta Chi would like to thank the community for all the support they gave us on out 13th annual Homes for the Holiday Tour. Our yearly holiday home tour proceeds go to publishing and passing out to all the third-graders of Cass County a Cass County Historical Workbook that was designed by our sisters.

This would not have been possible without our gracious homeowners and business who agreed to be on our tour this year. We extend our many thanks to the following:

Jim and Dawn Sailors, Jim and Stacey Donato, Tony and Stephanie Scagnoli, Justin and Alicia Herrold, and Jackie Cowell and her staff a Harris Bank for making this year’s tour possible.

We would also like to extend a “Thank You” to all of you in our community who helped us in some way whether it be selling tickets or helping us advertise our event. And I personally would like to thank my sisters for all the hard work that is put into this event every year.

Tammy Small, of Walton, was the winner of our basket give-away. Congratulations to Tammy.

Thanks again to everyone and we look forward to seeing you all again next year.

If there is anyone interested in having your home on our tour next year, please feel free to let on of our Sorority Sisters know or you can call 574-722-2285. Many thanks and happy holidays.

Debbie Huddleson

Logansport

Happy to offer hotbreakfast to heroes

Thank you to all of our veterans, police, fire, and emergency responders for allowing WoodBridge Health Campus to show our appreciation to the heroes of our community through our “Heroes Breakfast” event on Veterans Day.

We had a pleasing turnout and we are thankful to be able to be a part of our local community.

Again, a big thank you goes out to all the local heroes that participated in our event.

Seger Mathew

Logansport

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