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January 20, 2013

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Terre Haute

Register now for employer workshop

“Making the Match,” a networking opportunity for employers and service providers will be offered from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Feb. 7 in First Financial Conference Center at 4353 S. Seventh St.

One of the newest formats for networking in the nation —The Fish Bowl — features local employers sharing their experience with employing persons with disabilities.

Registration now for the EMployer workshop, a Wabash Valley Business Leadership Network event. Complete the survey at


Terre Haute

Wells Fargo signs lease at 925 Wabash

Thompson Thrift Development recently signed a lease with Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, for its new office building at 925 Wabash Ave., in Terre Haute.

Completed during the summer of 2012, the three-story, full-masonry structure has a footprint of 11,000 square feet, with a total of 33,000 square feet of leasable office space. Thompson Thrift Construction served as the general contractor for the project.

Wells Fargo will lease 5,779 square feet on the building’s third floor, joining existing tenants Old National Insurance and Emmis Communication (Hi-99, 105.5 The River).

Eric Wojak of Thompson Thrift Development served as the project manager and represented the landlord. Graham Summers of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the tenant.

Space is still available for lease on the first floor of the building. Call 812-242-1148 or 812-208-1734 for more information.


Marshall, Ind.

Parke Chamber plans annual dinner

The Parke County Chamber of Commerce will conduct its annual dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Lusk Room in Turkey Run Inn at Turkey Run State Park near Marshall, Ind.

A two-entree traditional buffet dinner will be served. After dinner, the chamber will recognize the Parke County man, woman, organization and member of the year. A brief chamber business meeting will take place to conduct director elections.     

The Rockville Rotary Club will again join with the chamber for this meeting and is sponsoring the musical entertainment that will feature several young women singers from the Parke Players organization.  

There is a fee for the dinner and reservations should be made by noon Tuesday in the chamber office in the Old National Bank building at 105 N. Market St. in Rockville. For more information call 765-569-5565.

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