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Applications Available for Logan’s Landing Commercial Facade Improvement Funding Program

Thursday, December 28th, 2017

Applications for the Commercial Facade Improvement Funding Program are still available to commercial business or property owners within the Logan’s Landing district.  The program offers 50% matching funding of up to $5,000 per property for eligible improvements.  Activities eligible for funding include awnings, exterior painting, exterior lighting, windows and doors, façade maintenance/restoration, and installation of a new brick façade.

Logan’s Landing Executive Director Becki Harris explains, “While several property owners have already received matching funds for improvements to their downtown properties, some funding is still available. These are funds that have been set aside to help downtown business owners make a visible impact on our community, by improving the appearance of their buildings.”

For an application or further information about the program, please contact Logan’s Landing at 574-722-9345, or by e-mail at lldirector@loganslanding.com.  Funding is limited, so applications should be submitted as soon as possible.

Logan’s Landing is a non-profit organization dedicated to making Cass County’s downtown between-the-rivers district a viable place to operate a business, a rewarding place to live, and a fun place to visit.  For more information, call the Logan’s Landing office at 574-722-9345.

Thursday, December 14th, 2017


Logan’s Landing’s thanks everyone who helped make our 18th annual Downtown Christmas Open House a success! By exchanging donations of food and pet items for tickets and depositing those tickets at participating merchants, many lucky shoppers won great prizes, while helping our community’s less fortunate and supporting local businesses. Additionally, there were 13 Prize Passport winners, who visited all 19 merchants and won a combined total of $850 in Logan’s Landing Bucks!

Thanks to the generosity of the community, we again collected more than half a ton of food and pet items!  These items have been distributed to the Emmaus Mission Center, Salvation Army, and the Cass County Humane Society. Special thanks to all the volunteers, especially to Michelle Dials for chairing the event, the carolers from Civic Players of Logansport, and the folks at Cass Area Transit for providing free bus service for event attendees.

Thanks again to our participating merchants: Bodyworks, Carly’s Creations, Cass County Entrepreneurs Member Vendor Market, Dessert First Catering & More, The Gray Mill & Graybeal’s Carpet Plus, Hair to Dye For, Judy’s GoodLife Emporium, Legacy Outfitters, Lin’s Asian Cuisine, Logansport Junior Civic Theater, Mike Anderson Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, Minglin Jewelers, The Nest, Pear Tree Gallery, the Record Farm & State Theatre, Security Federal Savings Bank, U-Know Pizza & Ice Cream Shoppe, Vineyard Community Church, and Yankee Julep Boutique. Special recognition goes to Legacy Outfitters, the winner of this year’s Spirit of Christmas Award for the fun and festive atmosphere they provided to event attendees!  

Congratulations once again to all the prize winners: Chris Armstrong, Debbie Baker, Judy Barton, Christy Bean, Rita Birnell, June Blackwell, Melissa Bohac, Steve Clary, Shelly Davila, Lindy Deeter, Melodie Dowell, Yesenia Gonzalez, Jackie Hamilton, Deb Havens, Anita Hayden, Lori Haynes, Lorna Mollencupp, Susie Oliver, Karl Richards, Joy Spencer, Joan Strasser, Jennifer Sult, Bev Tabler, Shannon Torres, Chris Wescott, Tracy Williamson, and Ashley Wilson.

We hope to see everybody at next year’s Downtown Christmas Open House!

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017