United Way of La Porte County has launched a COVID-19 Relief fund to support La Porte County agencies providing assistance with food, certain related medical expenses, housing related needs and childcare cost reductions for people impacted by COVID-19. Learn more and GIVE here. 100% of donations to this fund will be distributed to local service providers to help local residents. Learn more and PLEASE GIVE here.
Anytime Fitness is doing their part to help their local communities through these difficult times. Due to the recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state and local government agencies, the clubs recently voluntarily closed down temporarily amid the coronavirus pandemic in effort to prevent the spread of the virus. “The last few weeks have caused changes and disruptions in all of our lives. We recognize that there are certain actions that are necessary to help prevent
The La Porte County Agricultural Association Announces the 175th LaPorte County Fair is NOT Canceled
The La Porte County Agricultural Association (LPCAA) is announcing that the fair scheduled from July 12 – 18, 2020 is NOT canceled as of today’s date. The LPCAA is a non-for-profit organization that has hosted the La Porte County Fair for the last 174 years, making it the oldest county fair in the state of Indiana. The LPCAA is comprised of stockholders and volunteers that have both a desire and the drive to continue showcasing the best and brightest youth, community organizations, and businesses in our
For the first time in its nearly 50 year history, the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra is canceling a concert due to a worldwide pandemic caused by the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. The Sunday, March 15 concert has been canceled. More information to follow. The LCSO Board of Directors, staff and musicians wish to thank you for your continued support.
The La Porte County Symphony Orchestra will be holding an INSTRUMENT DRIVE beginning on Monday, March 9, and culminating with the April 25 concert at the Civic Auditorium. The LCSO will partner with Drew’s Gift of Music, a non-profit organization based in Plymouth, IN that collects used instruments and restores them in order to loan them to deserving music students who are not able to purchase or lease the instruments. “Drew’s Gift of Music has opened our eyes to the need for musical instruments in La Porte