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Lime City gives $5,000 to Learning Center

Posted: Friday, October 9, 2015

The Lime City Development Committee of the Huntington County Economic Development Corporation unanimously approved a contribution of $5,000 to support construction of the Huntington County Community Learning Center. The project is a collaborative effort among the private, public, non-profit and educational organizations in Huntington County.

“The Huntington County Chamber of Commerce and the United Way of Huntington County have led the fundraising efforts for the project and I’m very excited the committee is extending financial support for their very, very hard work,” says Mark Wickersham, executive director of Huntington County Economic Development.

“This is an excellent economic development initiative,” says Michael Zahn, president of the Lime City Committee. “We are very pleased to offer our financial support.”

Shown in the photo are Tiffanney Drummond, center, Career and Technical Education Director at Huntington North High School as she accepts a check in the amount of $5,000 from the Lime City Development Committee of Huntington County Economic Development Corporation. Pictured with her are Mark Wickersham, left, executive director of Huntington County Economic Development and Michael Zahn, president & CEO First Federal Savings Bank and president of the Lime City Committee.