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Why White County ...................... 5 White County government ...... 6-7 Veterans organizations ................ 8 State, national leaders .................. 9 Libraries ....................................... 10 Reynolds ...................................... 11 Burnettsville ......................... 12-13 Buffalo .......................................... 14 Idaville ......................................... 15 Brookston ............................... 16-17 Chalmers ................................ 18-19 Monon ..................................... 20-21 Wolcott ................................... 22-23 Monticello .............................. 24-25 Higher education ....................... 26 Services ......................................... 27 White County schools ............... 28 Indiana Beach, BMV, airport ....29 Commerece and tourism .......... 30


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hite County, Indiana, is a friendly place to live, work and visit. Located midway between Chicago and Indianapolis, our communities are examples of the American small-town spirit. Local neighbors talk with and help each other. Our residents know strong families are important, so our restaurants, shops and recreational areas are geared to them. Our business community shares that attitude. We welcome new companies from all over the world and help them succeed. After all, healthy, growing businesses mean a stronger local economy. And while the pace of life is relaxing, there’s plenty of fun and excitement for everyone. Knowledge and learning are important to White County residents and businesses. For children and young adults, we have excellent public schools that earn high ratings from the state. Our schools provide challenging instruc-


tion delivered by caring teachers to ensure that our young people develop the skills they need to be successful as adults. The pace of life is slow and easy in White County, but there’s plenty of fun and excitement. Lake Freeman and Lake Shafer offer many kinds of outdoor activities, including swimming, boating, fishing and more. Indiana Beach amusement park combines exciting thrill rides with musical entertainment, food favorites and quaint shops. Nearby Purdue University offers athletic and cultural events, and community festivals provide a great way to meet neighbors. If you choose to bring your family or business to White County, we will work with you every step of the way to help you reach your goals more quickly.

Regards, Randy Mitchell, president, White County Economic Development

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Why choose White County, Indiana?

hite County is the thirdlargest tourist area in Indiana, attracting people with Indiana Beach, the twin Lake Shafer and Lake Freeman, wineries and breweries, and other attractions. The county is largely rural but includes the towns of Buffalo, Burnettsville, Brookston, Chalmers, Idaville, Monon, Reynolds, Wolcott and Monticello. Each town also has it festivals that happen throughout the year, from spring tractor pulls to Wolcott’s Winter Wonderland and Monticello’s Christmas Parade of Lights. Tourism is a big industry, but it’s one of the top three in White

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County, including manufacturing and also serves Reynolds. and agriculture. The Frontier School Corporation Four school corporations serve main office is in Chalmers, and it the children of White County, and also serves Brookston. they work together on projects The Tri-County School and classes that will benefit the Corporation is headquartered in students, such as P.R.I.D.E., a colWolcott and also serves students lege and career readiness and work from nearby Benton and Jasper ethic program. counties. The Indian Trails Career White County residents Cooperative is a joint techniare proud of their history, cal education school located in and there’s the White County Monticello but involving all four Historical Museum in Monticello, districts. a historical section in the Twin Lakes School Corporation Brookston-Prairie Township is headquartered in Monticello Public Library, a new museum and also serves Idaville and in Chalmers and the Monon Burnettsville. Connection Museum for the The North White School Monon and other train lines, just Corporation is located in Monon north of the town of Monon.


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White County Economic Development Organization Attracts and retains businesses in White County Randy Mitchell President (574) 583-6557 rmitchell@whiced.com Deb Conover Administrative Assistant dconover@whiced.com 124 N. Main St., Suite A Monticello, Ind. www.whitecountyin.org White County Health Department 315 N. Illinois St. Monticello, Ind. (574) 583-8254 White County Highway Department Maintains the county roads, including plowing and patching Mike Kyburz Superintendent (219) 984-5851

COURTS & LAW ENFORCEMENT White County’s courts and probation/corrections services are located at the White County Government Building

Prosecutor’s Office Robert Guy, Prosecutor Stacey Diener, Deputy Prosecutor (574) 583-5120 Fax: 574-583-1556 Probation Office Melinda Provo, Chief of Probation (574) 583-8217 Fax: (574) 583-4706

Superior Court Family and civil matters (574) 583-9520

Community Corrections (574) 583-4175 White County Sheriff ’s Department 915 W. Hanawalt Road, P.O. Box 703 Monticello, Ind. 47960 Business phone: (574) 583-2251 Sheriff: Bill Brooks Chief Deputy: David Roth 911 Communications: (574) 583-5955

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U.S. SENATE U.S. Sen. Todd Young Washingon D.C., Office 400 Russell Office Bldg. Washington DC, 20510 Phone: 202-224-5623 Web: www.young.senate.gov/contact

U.S. Sen. Mike Braun Washington D.C., Office B85 Russell Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 Phone: 202-224-4814 Web: www.braun.senate.gov/contact -mike

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATI VES Rep. James Baird Washington D.C., Office 532 Cannon HOB Washington, DC 20515 Phone: 202-225-5037 Fax: 202-226-0544

INDIANA SENATE Ind. Sen. Brian Buchanan Statehouse Mailing Address: 200 W. Washington St., Indianapoli s, IN 46204 Statehouse phone: 800-382-9467 INDIANA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Ind. Rep. Don Lehe 200 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 Statehouse Phone: 800-382-9841 District phone: 765-563-3620 Ind. Rep. Sharon Negele 200 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 Statehouse Phone: 800-382-9841

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eynolds is in the heart of White County, where U.S. 24, U.S. 421 and Indiana 43 all intersect. For most of the year, the population of Reynolds is about 526 residents, but during the middle of summer, the streets are bustling as people head to the White County Fairgrounds. The fairgrounds is also home to 4-H activities and the Purdue University White County Extension Office. The extension office offers instruction and assistance in four areas: 4-H and youth development, agriculture and natural resources, economic and community development and health and

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human sciences. There’s an official educator for each subject area. Reynolds Town Hall/ Community Center 307 S. Washington St. Reynolds, Ind. 47980 (219) 984-6425 The Clerk’s Treasurer’s Office is open 9 a.m. – noon on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Town meetings are the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Clerk-Treasurer Megan Applegate Reynoldstownclerk@gmail.com

Town Council Rick Buschman, President Sid Holderly, Vice President Gene Clark Scott Denton Mike Miller Judi Snowberger Town Attorney John Sorensen Fire Chief Chad Dahlenburg Town Marshall Eric Storm Water/Town Superintendent Gene Clark (219) 207-9035

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Clerk-Treasurer’s office 105 E. Third St. Burnettsville, Ind., 47926 (574) 826-2033 townofburnettsville@yahoo.com Town Council Council President Mike Maddock Justin Roller John Allen Meetings are at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month.

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daville is an unincorporated town on the county’s east side, and municipal means are taken care of by Lincoln Township Trustee Alan Sickler. About 461 residents live in the town, based on the 2010 census. It has its own a volunteer fire department, which often helps neighboring communities with emergencies, as well as watches over Idaville. Because Idaville is part of the Twin Lakes School Corporation, children from Idaville attend Eastlawn Elementary School in Burnettsville to the east and attend middle school and high school in Monticello.


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lthough it’s largely a bedroom comho munity for people w tte ye fa La work in the o, it area and Monticell en id n still has its ow en be tity and has growing with independent brewery Crasian Brewing The Brookston town staff and council are: Town Coun Company, restaucil President Jo et re St n e Butz, Councilwoman rant Jackso Dawn Girard, Council Pub and Bent Tree Vice-President Terry No rth , . To se wn ou eh sh Marall Troy Yeoman Coffee coffe , Clerk-Treasure r gi e Rem na ho Berryman, Coun It is also cilman Steve Pu Co tt, un ci islm an Ralph Hasser to the semi-h t. ch ot toric Top N

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opens to the east. Frontier Elementary School is in Brookston, but Frontier Junior-Senior High School is in Chalmers to the nort h. The two towns share the district. The well-stocked Brookston-Prairie Township Public Library also has a historical museum. Brookston was awarded the title of best-tasting water in Indiana by the Alliance of Rural Water in 2013. The park system includes the Heart to Heart Walking Path, a mile-long trail that looks like two connected hearts when seen from above. Brookston is at the intersection of Indiana 43 and Indiana 18, which mak es it accessible not just to the Lafayette area, but to Delphi to the east.

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Town Council Joe Butz, President Terry North, Vice-President Dawn Girard Ralph Hasser Steve Putt Board meetings are at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesday of each month Clerk-Treasurer Regina Berryman

Town Marshall Troy Yeoman (765) 563-3313 Deputy Clerk Treasurer Linda Hurst Town Superintendent and water/sewer operator Josh Denlinger Town Fire Chief Karl Stokes

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halmers is one of the smaller towns in White County, reswith just about 500 n’s idents, but the tow wn, To l al m “S motto is ason. re a r fo ” rts Big Hea ea The town has mad e last lot of changes in th ost few years — the m e mulnoticeable being th make tiple windmills that undup a wind farm surro ing the town. The wind farm has ns in its base of operatio its, Chalmers’ town lim town which allowed the


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Chalmers’ town officials include (front, l to r) Councilman Herb Chamberlin, Council Vice President Marc King, Council President Clark Gick, Councilman Patrick Pool, (back, from left) Town Manager Faith Willoughby, Clerk-Treasurer Melissa Summers, Councilman David Kurth and Town Marshall Jim Davis.

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Chalmers Town Hall 3,500 feet of trails, children’s play equ 205 E. Walnut St. ipment, two softball fields, a pavilion (Town Chalmers, Ind., Hall to reserve it), a horseshoe pit, a volleyb (219) 984-5494 all court and grills. http://chalmers.in.gov/ Located on Indiana 43 between Reynold Monday 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. s and Brookston, Chalmers is about a Tue sday Wednesday and 10-mile drive from Monticello and less than Thursday 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. half an hour from Purdue University. Third Saturday of each It shares the Frontier School Corpora mon th 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. tion with Brookston, and Frontier Junior-S enior High School is located in the east of Town Council town. Clark Gick, President, president@chalmers.in.gov Marc King, Council Vice-President Patrick Pool David Kurth Herb Chamberlin councilmember@chalmers.in.gov Meadow

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onon is the largest ty town in White Coun ties n io with populat 19, and it has 1,7 mated at 52 in 20 rse populaone of the most dive uard National tions thanks to Vang and Monon Trailer Corporation Meat Packing. at a crossThe town’s currently and U.S. 421, roads of Indiana 16 g a railroad but its history is bein ople stopped town where salespe een larger to display wares betw rs stopped to towns and entertaine era house. perform at a local op that made One of the railroads of s railways the town a crossroad Railroad, lines was the Monon

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pocket park at 103 E. 3rd St., just off Market Street, the main thoroughfare through town that is also U.S. 421. Monon residents have been focused on reclaiming their heritage in the last few years, renovating the old Monon Theater at 421 N. Market St., as well as moving forward with a planned large splash pad at Monon Park. The park also has walking trails and multiple baseball and softball fields where tournaments are held. A former bank at the northwest corner of Market and 4th streets has now become an elegant community center with much of the original 1800s dĂŠcor intact.

Its biggest festival is the annual Monon Food Fest on the first Saturday in June, sponsored by the Monon Chamber of Commerce and featuring food, craft vendors, live entertainment and a car show. Town Hall 422 Market Street P.O. Box 657 Monon, IN 47959 (219) 253-6441 townofmonon@urhere.net http://townofmonon.com/ Clerk-Treasurer Timothy Brown Town Council Rosemary Cooley, President

Stacy Selagy, Vice-President Ron Benakovich Ken Hickman Kirk Quasebarth Deputy Clerk-Treasurer Debbie Reindt Town Marshall Roger Young (219) 253-8414 Fire Chief Brad Hahn Town and Parks Superintendent Tony Rodgers (219) 253-6441 Town Attorney Dow Dellinger

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City Hall 227 N. Main St. Monticello, Ind. 47690 Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. http://www.monticelloin.gov Mayor Ken Houston Mayor@monticelloin. gov Phone: (574) 583-9889 Fax: (574) 583-9244 City Council Doug Pepple (R), Ward 1, Council President, dpepple@monticelloin. gov Kim Kramer (R), Ward 2, kkramer@monticelloin.gov Tim McQuinn (R), Ward 3, tmcquinn@monticelloin.gov Ralph Widmer (R), Ward 4, rwidmer@monticelloin.gov Phil Vogel (R), At-Large, pvogel@monticelloin.gov Meetings are at 6 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of each month

Fire Chief Galen Logan (574) 583-3151 fire@monticelloin.gov Parks Superintendent Mitch Billue, Superintendent (574) 583-3983 parks@monticelloin.gov Streets Superintendent Frank Arthur (574) 583-7033 streets@monticelloin. gov


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Higher Education

ite. according to its webs in four ce tan sis as core d , an law n a tio an instruc Under Indi velopde h ut and yo Purdue University d ish gl an H En 4as areas: courses such tural na d at an an en re tu tak ul es 610 Purdue Mall ric ss ag cla ment, athematics m um d. m In co , d tte an ye fully transWest Lafa resources, economic y Tech campus are Iv d an h alt 00 he d 46 college. (765) 494nity development, an ferable to any state du s. ce e tuition is https://www.purdue.e ien tim sc llfu human Its annual r fo r ato uc ed 00, accordThere’s an official just more than $4,2 d lan a is y sit er iv d it offers Purdue Un each subject area. ing to the website, an of h ut so st ju y sit ar degrees, grant univer sa number of two-ye ce ac y sil ea d an ty ch and returnIVY Te White Coun ntinuing education co ge lle Co sible by I-65, Community ing student focuses. , vd Bl or Ivy Tech nn Co O’ Indiana 43 17 10 The White County o, but stuor U.S. 421 Monticello, Ind. mpus is in Monticell ca 91 48 system can through Phone: (574) 583dents in the Ivy Tech for addiCarroll https:// between campuses go nd pe de , 25 a an di County to In www.ivytional classes. part of White ing on from which u/ ed tech. ling. County you’re trave monticello/ n It’s part of the Big Te ts and no teleConference for spor Ivy Tech White County has inm 45 to es ut n, and in m ow between 15 began in 1963 vision stations of its e th of rts pa nt t comes re as ffe dc oa utes from di primarily as much of what is br olis, ap an di county. the Indiana out of Lafayette, In . nd Be Vocational and Chicago and South White has evolved t o stations bu di , ol ra o ho Purdue University sc tw l e ca ar ni e Tech Ther . ce ffi O ity n un io m ns m te co a Ex WMRS, : County over the years to be based in the county e th by d st ite Ea em ed nt porary 12 N. 25 college and is accr 107.7 FM adult co It n. io iss d. m In m , 94.5 FM reliReynolds Higher Learning Co music and WHLP, d an dy stu 15 of 51 s both based 4(219) 98 offers 150 program gious broadcasting, u/ .ed ue rd in pu th n. wi sio s m ten ra https://ex “100 transfer prog in Monticello. e schools,” tat f-s t-o ou White d an te sta e offers The extension offic


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ELECTRIC Carroll-White County REMC (800) 844-7161 info@cwremc.coop Carroll-White County REMC is a co-op that provides power to the parts of White County not in towns or cities. It also offers digital phone and internet services. NIPSCO 24-hour customer service (800) 464-7726 TTY/TDD for the hearing impaired. (800) 635-0952

https://www.nipsco.com/ home The Northern Indiana Public Service Company supplies electricity and natural gas to most of the towns and cities in White County.

Municipalities The towns of Brookston and Chalmers each provide their own electric power in conjunction with the Indiana Municipal Power Agency. Those who need electricity in those municipalities should contact the town halls.


White County Recycling Center 484 East US 24 Reynolds, Ind. 47980 Phone (219)-984-5275 Director: Dawn Gerard E-mail: recycle@wcgconline.net http://recycle.whitecountyindiana. us. Besides having the main drop off for recycling in Reynolds, White County Recycling Center has 24-hour collection locations in Wolcott, Monticello, Mo non , Cha lme rs, Bur nett svil le, Buffalo and Brookston. Its website lists what is recyclable in the county and where the locations are, as well explaining businesses services it offers.

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ry School Frontier Elementa 811 S. Railroad St. 3 Brookston, IN 4792 rdner Bo en rm Principal: Ca 01 Phone: 765-563-39 A : DE RA G 2018 enior Frontier Junior/S High School Dr. n lco 1 Fa 9 Chalmers, IN 4792 nger tti He ff Je Principal: 37 54 498 921 Phone: 2018 GRADE: B

SCHOOL NORTH WHITE CORPORATION 121 W. Ind. 16 Monon, IN 47959 Phone: 219-253-6618 FAX: 219-253-6488 www.nwhite. k12.in.us Superintendent: x Dr. Teresa Gremau s ng ki Vi Mascot: North White Elementary School 167 W. Ind. 16 Monon, IN 47959 McIntire Principal: Melissa 63 Phone: 219-253-66 2018 GRADE: B

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North White ol Intermediate Scho . St ay 310 E. Broadw Monon, IN 47959 nDerAa Principal: Scott Va 01 Phone: 219-253-77 C : 2018 GRADE

r. North White Jr./S ol ho High Sc . 310 E. Broadway St 9 95 47 Monon, IN nDerAa Principal: Scott Va 38 66 Phone: 219-253B : 2018 GRADE

HOOL TRI-COUNTY SC CORPORATION 105 N. Second St. Wolcott, IN 47995 18 Phone: 219-279-24 s n.u 2.i .k1 co www.tri ck Culp tri Pa : nt de Superinten

Tri-County Primary School 300 E. Michigan St. Remington, IN 47977 ll Principal: Elaine Ha 14 22 1Phone: 219-26 2018 GRADE: A

HOOL TWIN LAKES SC CORPORATION 565 S. Main St. 0 Monticello, IN 4796 Phone: 574-583-7211 FAX-574-5838963 http://www. tlschools.com Superintendent: Michael Galvin tary School Eastlawn Elemen 47 S. 1300 East 960 Burnettsville, IN 47 k on Cr rla Principal: Ka 37 36 394 457 Phone: 2018 GRADE: B

ediate School Tri-County Interm . St 200 W. North Wolcott, IN 47995 gan Principal: Brian Ha 38 Phone: 219-279-21 A : 2018 GRADE Tri-County Jr./Sr. High School 11298 W. 100 S. Wolcott, IN 47995 y Rowe Principal: Dr. Cath 05 Phone: 219-279-21 B : DE RA 2018 G

Meadowlawn l Elementary Schoo . 715 W. Ohio St 0 Monticello, IN 4796 nport ve Da y Principal: Case 20 77 3Phone: 574-58 2018 GRADE: C

tary School Oaklawn Elemen 402 E. South St. 0 Monticello, IN 4796 ngenfelter Li r ife nn Je al: Princip 51 Phone: 574-583-56 C : DE RA G 2018 School Roosevelt Middle . St ay dw 721 W. Broa 0 Monticello, IN 4796 colino Ni e ell ni Principal: Da 52 55 358 Phone: 5742018 GRADE: B

Twin Lakes Senior High School 300 S. Third St. 0 Monticello, IN 4796 tehead hi W a ss eli M al: cip Prin 08 71 Phone: 574-5832018 GRADE: B

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Monticello BMV branch 820 W. Fisher St. (888) 692-6841 Open Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. In nearby counties: Delphi BMV branch 1291 N Bradford Dr. Delphi, Ind. (888) 692-6841 Open Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Rensselaer BMV Branch 646 S. College Ave. (888) 692-6841 Open Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. 1 p.m. - 5: p.m. Appointments can be made online at https://www.in.gov/bmv/2415.htm


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White County Airport 2222 S Airport Rd Monticello, Ind. (574) 583-9900 http://www.whitecountyairport.com

White County Airport is a public use facil corporate jets of up to 30,000 pounds, or ity with the ability to land 60 feet long, with a 70-foot wingspan holding about 15 people. The White County Board of Aviation Com missioners operates the airport, which goes by the aviation desi gnations of ICAO: KMCX and FAA LID: MCX. The airport services are open 24 hours, allowing pilots to land or get self-service fuel even when it’s past the hours when the airport is manned. The runway runs north south and can be accessed from either direction. During regular hours, the airport has two visitors can drive into Monticello, and the courtesy cars available so city’s central business district is about three nautical miles to the north. White County Airport covers 51 acres and is easily accessible by the entire county. It doesn’t currently have international airpo rt capabilities.

In February 2008 it both ndiana Beach is an was announced that d and rk amusement park an pa t ke the amusemen pm resort located on La ca h ac Indiana Be Shafer in Monticello, grounds were sold to Indiana. Morgan RV LLC. lThe resort was deve On Sept. 1, 2015, it an oped by the Spackm was sold to family, who current owner it d ne ow Apex Parks from 1926 Group. to 2008. The park Originally boasts six named roller coasters, es, Ideal numerous “major” rid a ent d an a are Beach, the amusem d” an iel a “Kidd park began as a small . rk pa water a lakeside beach with Lodging at Indiana hres ref d , bath house an Beach includes hotel , mco ac ment stand. In 1927 bin ca d motel an n tio rac att ill thr ing st the fir modations with vary t opened, and from tha . prices, sleeping capacipand point, it began to ex ties and amenities. d an s 30 In the 19 There are also two in1940s, it was popucampgrounds conta h ac Be l ea Id 00 the 1,0 r fo ly lar imate well- ing approx Ballroom, featuring . camp sites known bands.

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mmunity.” nity is it’s a lake co g bi en started off as regbe ve ha 18, there many people who s ct tra at It ince the end of 20 rs who hite mmer home owne g for tourism in W ular visitors and su changes happenin . retire here, she said d for County. hired d ar n on businesses an Bo io at ism rm ur fo To in ty es un sid Co Be te of hi ts W lis The ide kete chamber can prov e first digital mar th th s, as se e es ng sin ra ty. O bu un La co e e in th Kayle line ties and restaurants ly increase the on er on op t pr no al to nt re or ct re ing di rs, but White County offe sipresence of what r of Commerce sit on tourism es, bu onticello Chambe n M io er at at rm re fo G in te to colla or’s Bureau hite County Visit stivals and other fe W d ts, an an ur sta re , nesses ion. Janet Dold important informat a new webon er th ge to go Executive Director All that will then n has been io at St. rm fo in at th l al 105 W. Broadway site, the first time 960 Monticello, Ind. 47 l ia or in one place. em M on led to go up (574) 583-7220 The site is schedu after that, en pp ha ay m es as Fax (574) 593-7220 Day, and a few ph in.com janet@monticello er at re LaOrange said. G e th of ive director Janet Dold, execut Authority White County Tourism of Commerce and te r hi be W am Ch lo el tic Mon eating a reau, said, “It’s cr Kaylee LaOrange County Visitor ’s Bu print.” ot fo lid Director so e or m a d Digital Marketing ild bigger footprint an bu r’s be am St. is in the ch 105 W. Broadway t LaOrange’s office en nm er ov G 960 White County Monticello, Ind. 47 lco ing instead of the e th of e e street becaus (574) 313-1421 Building across th tyin.us the chamber’s d an k or w r orange@whitecoun he la n e. le ee ay tw K be n tio ra labo , Dold ty Visitor ’s Bureau role as White Coun


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