Public input is needed to create a strategic plan for a National Historic Landmark in Crawfordsville.
The General Lew Wallace Study and Museum staff and board members will craft and finalize the document this year.
Museum Director Larry Paarlberg says they want to know what they’re doing right and how they can improve.
"What are concerns? What are issues? Those will be then fed into the strategic plan, so we develop something where the museum can really play a vital role in the life of the Crawfordsville community, and really, west central Indiana."
The Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette is awarding its latest round of grants. The $102,492.65 will help five organizations with larger projects.
The Furniture Bank is buying a truck thanks to donations from several groups, including the Foundation. The organization that helps those with a housing emergency received a $20,000 grant.
The bank is run by First United Methodist Church with several nonprofits and the City of Lafayette. Volunteer Jeanne Norberg says the box truck will pick-up furniture donations and can now deliver it to people getting back on their feet.