He now heads Downtown Elkhart Inc. and owns three downtown buildings. He also holds varied volunteer posts focused on education and housing for the poor.

Tim Vandenack

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A month after community center’s closure, Eastlake Athletic Club is adjusting to the sudden rise in membership.

Sarah Welliver

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Some downtown developers are ready to take the next step in renovating their buildings’ upper stories, but first they want to learn what challenges they may have to face in doing so. 

Sharon Hernandez

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