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Indiana's Expo 2013 showcases local businesses, agencies and musicians

| Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, 8:56 p.m.
Members of Homer-Center Nuclear Percussion perform Indiana County Chamber of Commerce Expo 2013 Taken 1-26-13 Bruce Siskawicz | The Dispatch
Members of Homer-Center Indoor Color Guard perform including 7th-grader Abbi O'Hearn, 13. Indiana County Chamber of Commerce Expo 2013 Taken 1-26-13 Bruce Siskawicz | The Dispatch
Members of Homer-Center Indoor Color Guard perform including 8th-grader Nicole Patterson, 13. Indiana County Chamber of Commerce Expo 2013 Taken 1-26-13 Bruce Siskawicz | The Dispatch
Leanne Butterbaugh of IRMC demonstrates how a knee joint works. Indiana County Chamber of Commerce Expo 2013 Taken 1-26-13 Bruce Siskawicz | The Dispatch
Diane Giever, Program Coordinator of Hopeful hearts, talks with Irene Wallert of Indiana. Indiana County Chamber of Commerce Expo 2013 Taken 1-26-13 Bruce Siskawicz | The Dispatch
James A. Wiley and Ellen Quick of the Indiana Co. Center for Economic Operations talks with Michael Minich of Indiana. Indiana County Chamber of Commerce Expo 2013 Taken 1-26-13 Bruce Siskawicz | The Dispatch

The Indiana County Chamber of Commerce's Expo 2013 was held Jan. 26, completing its 11th year at the Indiana Mall. More than 60 booths were reserved by area businesses and organizations to showcase their services. The event also featured three business seminars held in the Dingbats restaurant and local musical entertainment that was staged throughout the day in the mall's center court.

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