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Lilac room ready for business at The Inn at Amish Acres

April 26, 2011

Cutting the ribbon at the Lilac meeting room grand opening were (from left): Local business owner Denny Martin; The Inn at Amish Acres Manager Brian Bell; Amish Acres Chief Operating Officer George Bush; Amish Acres founder and Chief Executive Officer Richard Pletcher; local business owner Sally Guard; Chamber board member Dianne Debelak; local business owner Lucinda Gaut; and Chamber Director Jeff Kitson. Photo by Angel Perkins

NAPPANEE — The Lilac meeting room is the latest refurbishment done at The Inn at Amish Acres. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held the evening of April 12 to introduce it to the public. Members of the Nappanee Area Chamber of Commerce were in attendance as well as Amish Acres executives and managers, Elkhart Mayor Larry Thompson, and area business owners and managers.
The meeting room was created from three former rooms: a double room, a suite, and the former fitness room. It can accommodate 100 people, offers full catering, and is available for use for meetings, receptions, reunions and other functions. Additionally, it will soon be set up with large flatscreen TVs, though it is already equipped to offer audio/visual connections. Chamber Director Jeff Kitson, Amish Acres Chief Operating Officer George Bush, and Mayor Thompson spoke at the grand opening. “This is a place were people can come, hold their meetings and have food,” said Bush, “somewhere that is a central location where they can also spend the night.”
Following the ceremony, the Inn hosted the Chamber’s monthly meeting and dinner.

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