(STATEHOUSE) - Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann welcomed Lawrence County to her office to display memorabilia that represents the county in the front display cabinet in her executive office in the Indiana State House.
Donated by the Indiana Hardwoods Association, the glass-paneled oak cabinet was built by Jasper Cabinet and given to the Lt. Governor's Office to showcase Indiana products and memorabilia.
Lawrence County, home of a 2013 designated Stellar Community the City of Bedford, placed items that represent the county and city in the display cabinet in the Lt. Governor's office. The items range from local products made in Lawrence County, to old photos and recent newspaper clippings.
"I appreciate Lawrence County sharing memorabilia unique to their county with my office and visitors to the State House," said Lt. Governor Ellspermann. "Congratulations again to Bedford on being designated a 2013 Stellar Community. I look forward to seeing the continued growth taking place in Lawrence County."
More opportunities will be available for communities to display their memorabilia in the Lt. Governor's front office in the coming year. The displays are rotated to educate the thousands of visitors who tour the State House and Lt. Governor's Office annually.
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