Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

Historic Forks chosen Business of the Month

Posted: Friday, June 30, 2017

The Historic Forks of the Wabash, 3011 W. Park Drive, was named Chamber Business of the Month for July by the Chamber Ambassadors. The Historic Forks of the Wabash was selected for their long-standing membership with the Chamber, and for serving the community through their beautiful facility, teaching the history of our county, and for all the work they do for school-aged children in and around Huntington County.

The Chamber congratulates the Historic Forks of the Wabash on being named Business of the Month for July. See a larger photo at the bottom of the page.

Shown in the photo, front row, from left are Paula Whiting, Lake City Bank; Brandi Haeft, Markle Health & Rehabilitation; Jackie Boxell, First Farmers Bank & Trust and Terry Miller, Real Living Ness Bros and all Chamber Ambassadors; Janice Smith, Forks board member; Dorothy Rodgers, Forks administrative assistant; Kim Noffsinger, Forks banquet room manager; Donna Hollopeter, Forks school tour coordinator; Terry Rodgers, Forks employee; Staci Mathias, Huntington County Habitat for Humanity and Chamber Ambassador and Sonya Foraker, Parkview Huntington Hospital and Chamber board. Middle row, from left, includes Natalie Chevalier, American Family Insurance Natalie Chevalier Agency; Kerry Beaver, Lime City Title Services; Matt Ditzler, Huntington County Community Foundation and all Chamber Ambassadors; Don Mathias, Forks board member; Chelsea Noffsinger, Forks volunteer; Forks board members Dave Hacker and Jim Hollar; JoDeane Knowles, TCU; Steve Godfroy, Perfection Wheel and both Chamber Ambassadors; Forks volunteers Richard Wymer and Marvin Eltzroth and Mary Reust, Huntington County Master Gardeners. Back row, from left, are Tim Geerling, American Family Insurance Natalie Chevalier Agency and Chamber Ambassador and Dan Okuly, WorkOne.