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Fred Jolly hikes Appalachian Trail, fueled by his love for the National Parks.

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January 24, 2019

Fred R Jolly and his wife, Laura, moved to Harbor Country in 2016 after completing a two and one-half year road trip in a motorhome, during which, they visited all 60 of our nation’s national parks and all 50 states. They previously lived in Chicago. It was on this…


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Jose Rios turns over a new leaf with popular children’s book.

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November 29, 2018

Submitted by: Matthew A. Werner
Many of us look at a leaf and see a source of shade, or something that comes and goes with the changing seasons. But Jose Rios looked at a leaf and saw the power to alleviate a child’s anxiety and that vision led him to write the children’s book, “A New Leaf.”
Rios is a custodian at Memorial Elementary School in Valparaiso,…


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The Boys Cook Dinner – good food for a good cause!

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November 26, 2018

What started as a passion for cooking good food with friends, Charlie Trowbridge, has begun sharing his talents with the public by collaborating with places like The Market, Dagger Mountain Roastery, and Meditrina Market Cafe.
For the past 3 years Charlie and his original crew (Jeff Hofferth, Jeff Arnett, and…

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