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DeKalb County Council on Aging launches $300K campaign

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AUBURN, Ind. (WOWO): An area non-profit is turning to the public for help building a garage for its buses and drivers.

The DeKalb County Council on Aging is asking for $300,000 in their capital campaign, with the hopes of building the garage.

Executive Director Meg Zenk tells our Partners in News at 21Alive it would make things a lot easier for their drivers, who have to come in early in all kinds of weather to take people to medical appointments or provide public transportation.

Contact their offices in Auburn to donate.

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