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The 11th Annual Buds and Blossoms event includes art design on the 2014 invitations by Rachel Krammer of the Arc Northwest Indiana.
Dozens of people file into the community building Thursday at Woodland Park in Portage for the Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce 11th Annual Portage Community and Business Night.
Nearly 100 businesses showcase their services and products Thursday night during The Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce 11th annual Portage Community and Business Night at Woodland Park.
Nathan Biancardi, of Valparaiso and Nate "Can Do" Caricatures, sketches a caricature of Brandon Miller, of Hobart. Biancardi, a Valparaiso High School student, was showcasing his talents at the 11th annual Portage Community and Business Night sponsored by the Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce.
Mark Popovich, of Popo's Parties, displays his balloon manipulating handiwork Thursday night at the 11th annual Portage Community and Business Night sponsored by the Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce at Woodland Park. Popovich's business also supplies inflatable rides, tents, concessions, …
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