ELKHART _ Last week may have started with an eclipse of the sun but it ended with a showcase of some of Elkhart County’s brightest stars – those involved in the business and entrepreneurship community.

The second annual Elkhart County Business Legacy Gala put the focus on those people, companies and organizations that are dedicated to building a better Elkhart through their leadership and support of the youth in the community, and specifically the Junior Achievement program’s Lemonade Day initiative. As the introductory page of the event program stated: “Our success is possible because of so many before us that put Elkhart on the map and inspired us to lead out businesses here. This event is an opportunity to celebrate the business leaders while honoring our history.”

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thechosenone

I worked for bob deputy for 35yrs he is an outstanding man

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