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Organizers are 'Going Local' with an evening to benefit TROY School at the Joseph Decuis Farm in southern Whitley County

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Enjoy local food, local brew and a local band when you gathering support of a great local cause -- the local TROY School, an alternative school in Whitley County. TROYBenefit2017b.jpg
The Farm at Joseph Decuis, located in southwestern Whitley County, will host this year's benefit for TROY School beginning at 6 p.m. on August 11, at the farm, 6755 East 900 South, Columbia City. Tickets are $125 each and can be purchased at www.troyalternativeschool.com
"Going Local" is the theme and features local food from the Joseph Decuis farm, desserts prepared by local chefs, local brew provided by Chapman's, dancing to the music of "The Iconics" and more. This year's goal is to raise funds to provide 16 extra student scholarships at the school.
TROY is an acronym for Teaching and Reaching Our Youth. TROY was founded in 1997. It is an accredited, alternative school for grades 6-12 that has served more than 900 students and their families. "TROY is the best chance for students who may not thrive in a traditional school," said Nicole Trier, director of TROY School.
Your ticket is your reservation and reservations for this event are limited. Last year's benefit event raised over $63,000 with all funds going to support student scholarships.
The Farm at Joseph Decuis is located at 6755 East 900 South, Columbia City.
Business sponsors include Parkview Whitley Hospital, Sweetwater Sound, Parkview Physicians Group, Chapman's Brewing, Petroleum Traders, More FarmStores, Spring-Green, Micropulse, Star Bank, Weigand Construction, Pyromation, Vera Bradley, Pizza Hut, Joseph Decuis, Shindigz, The North End, La Dolce Vita, and more.
For more information, at www.troyalternativeschool.com.

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