Goshen News, Goshen, IN

Who We Are 2013

March 5, 2012

WHO WE ARE PROFILE: Dr. Brett Weddell

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What about Goshen would you like

to see changed or improved?


I would like to see improved access and ease of recycling.

What is this community’s

best kept secret?


It is hardly a secret anymore, but downtown Goshen and the surrounding small businesses. Now everyone wants to be a part of what is going on. The fact that we have long established businesses with new start up business thriving next to one another is very exciting to see and be a part of.

What has this community meant

to you over the years?


The community as a whole means everything to my family. It is where our parents grew up and decided to raise their families. It is where my wife and I decided to return to after college to raise our family. It is where we hope our children will decide to start their families as well. The community has so much to offer everyone from all different walks of life.

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Three Goshen elementary schools — Chandler, Chamberlain and West Goshen — are providing free meals to all students during the school year as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Community Eligibility Provision of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Nearly 80 percent of students at Chandler, 89 percent of students at Chamberlain and 78 percent of students at West Goshen already qualify for free or reduced-price lunches based on their family income. How do you feel about the new lunch program?

I think it’s a good idea to feed all the students free of charge
I think those who can afford it should pay for their school meals
I think all students should be required to pay for their school meals
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