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Whitley County company contributes utility vehicle to local 4-H


(Talk of the Town photo provided)
American LandMaster, a local company that recently moved their corporate headquarters to a facility just east of Columbia City, has donated a LS450 Utility Vehicle to the Whitley County 4-h Fairgrounds. This utility vehicle will be used for maintenance and landscaping at the fairgrounds.
As part of the agreement, the show barn at the fairgrounds will be named the "American LandMaster Show Barn" for a period of three (3) years.
"At American LandMaster, we have three key pillars that support our vision of Making Your Life Easier, and one of them is caring. We are always seeking new ways to partner with our community to help improve the lives of our friends and customers," said Trent Marsh, market analyst for American LandMaster. "The mission of 4-H, to help develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility, and life skills in our youth is a noble one."
"We were thrilled to find a way to partner with Whitley County 4-H and help in some small way to achieve that goal. We're thrilled to be part of the community, and want to help the community whenever we can," added Marsh. "As a 10-year member myself, I know the value of 4-H, and how American LandMaster can help make Whitley County 4-H, and many of its member's lives easier."
Above, from left, are Whitley County 4-H board members Gregg Palmer and Jainele Smith, Trent Marsh of American LandMaster and Shane Caudill, Whitley County 4-H board member.


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