Archive - 2014
Pictured above, Key Club members from Columbia City High School, volunteered at Saturdayâ€™s pasta dinner at Zion Lutheran Church.
Pictured from left to right are: Brea Fisher (16), Dakota Studebaker (15), Lt. Karen Pommier, of the Salvation Army, Natalie Johnson (16), Jenna Deathe (16), Katie Weigel (16) Key Club members volunteer at a variety of activities in Columbia City.
Pictured is Sue Lâ€™Esperance, Salvation Army volunteer and expert pie baker, prepared 12 pies from scratch for Saturdayâ€™s Fundraiser at Grace Lutheran Church.
Pictured is Leann Snyder (left) and Vickie Smith, associates with South Whitleyâ€™s public library, serve up cookies and information to Expo visitors Saturday.
Jane Hicks, left, stops to ask Canda Goldwood some questions regarding her organic plants and flowers. Goldwood was one of several vendors from the Whitley County Farmers Market at the Expo Saturday.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A woman who sold prescription drugs to a life-long friend was sentenced to the Whitley County Jail for six years this week.
Carrie L. Hammons, 37, of Columbia City, will serve three of those years at the jail, with an assignment to work release, and the balance of the sentence will be suspended, for dealing a Schedule I, II or III controlled-substance.
At the sentencing hearing, Hammonsâ€™ attorney, Robert W. Love, argued that a mitigating circumstance was that Hammons sold the drugs, which were pills of oxycodone, to a friend she had known most of her life.
Karen Estlick Sangillo, 72, died Thursday, March 13 at her home in Columbia City.
She was born on Sept. 19, 1941 in Columbia City to Robert and Natalie (Hoover) Estlick. She was baptized at Columbia City United Methodist Church. Her formative years were spent in Columbia City, where she graduated in 1959 from Columbia City High School. She attended Ball State College and Indiana University and graduated from International Business College in Fort Wayne.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Salvation Army Womenâ€™s Auxiliary of Whitley County held a fundraiser at Grace Lutheran Church Saturday evening.
â€śApproximately eighty-seven cents per dollar that is made goes back to community services.â€ť Stated Lieutenant Karen Pommier of Warsaw.
Originally from Mexico, Pommier and her husband first heard of the Salvation Army from her Pastor in East Chicago. â€śWe didnâ€™t realize there is a whole arena that is served, homeless shelters, sex trafficking, orphanages; itâ€™s just not bell ringing and a store.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€” More than 1,500 people visited the Whitley County Expo Saturday.
The annual event, sponsored by the Whitley County Chamber of Commerce, was held at Indian Springs Middle School and featured dozens of vendors, businesses and nonprofits from around the area.
"It's been a good day," said Doug Brown, director for the chamber. "We've worked to spread out the entertainment to go throughout the day so there's been a steady crowd the whole time."
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