Pat's Happy Hoosiers    Columbia City, IN

Pat's Happy Hoosiers

Pat's Happy Hoosier's, in Columbia City and covering all of Northeast Indiana, was founded in the summer of 1989. A group of Moss Collectors formed this chapter to learn more about the artwork of P. Buckley Moss and to further the charity work that is so important to Pat.

Contact Person

Alma Freeman, Acting President



Current Projects:
We currently have the purple society eco bags for sale. All proceeds benefiting local charities.
We are selling the bags for $5.00 each.
These make wonderful gifts and help our enviroment too.

Past Activities:
Past Raffles have benefited:
Human Society, Luckey Hospital Medical Museum, M.S. Society, Relay for Life, Pierceton Skate Park, Red Cedar Camp, etc.

Remarks to Potential Members:
Pat's Happy Hoosiers have supported many local organizations reaching beyond Columbia City to help school groups, womens groups, and others in Fort Wayne, Wabash, Wolf Lake, Pierceton, and other communities.

Our chapter meets six times a year to discuss Pat's current artwork, to plan charity projects, and to enjoy social interaction with collectors who share a common interest.

We invite you to join us. Pat's Happy Hoosiers meet at the Peabody Library, 1160 E. State Road 205, Columbia City, on the first Wednesday of the even numbered months at 6:30 pm. Dues are $10 a year. (reminder; you are required to be a member of the P. Buckley Moss Society before becoming a member of a local chapter).

Join us as we work to support organizations in Northeast Indiana.