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Council to partner with preschool, physician

January 15, 2014

South Whitley Town Council members voted new officers into place for the 2014 year. Bill Boggs was named president and Tony Starkey as vice president. Pictured, from left, are Boggs, Councilman Steve Smith and Starkey.

SOUTH WHITLEY — South Whitley’s Town Council is under new leadership as of Tuesday, when town leaders voted Councilman Bill Boggs as the 2014 president.

Boggs started his term with a community concern brought to the council by Council Vice President Tony Starkey, former president.

South Whitley Elementary School is due for a remodeling project that will begin as the school year comes to a close.

However, the construction project means South Whitley Community Preschool will be forced to relocate.

Currently the school is operating out of SWES’s basement. The school is independent from the district and is not financially supported by the district’s funds.

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