•Be Adaptive Equipment, Columbia City, will be featured in a web-based reality series “Good Company” profiling some of the country's most unique entrepreneurs. The company designs and manufactures activity trays and shooting rests for rifles, shotguns, pistols, crossbows and compound bows that can be used by outdoors enthusiasts with disabilities as well as controls for shooting the weapons and lifts for all-terrain vehicles. Products are sold online and through a number of assisted living and veterans facilities.
•Breyden Products, Columbia City, announces plans to expand its headquarters, creating up to 23 new jobs by 2016.
•DeKalb Health, Auburn, recently opened a DeKalb Health after-hours walk-in clinic. The clinic will be open 4-9 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in its temporary location at Physician Office, Entrance 1310, Suite G. Cost is $25 in addition to co-pay.
•Strebig Construction, Fort Wayne, has been selected by the Plymouth Congregational Church to be the contractor to install a three-stop elevator shaftway and hydraulic elevator in the church. The elevator will be completed and functioning by mid-December.
•Zeeland Lumber Operations, Elkhart, plans to open a facility, creating up to 72 jobs by 2016.
•Coventry Meadows, Fort Wayne, has received a deficiency-free survey by the Indiana State Department of Health, which is now using new inspection standards.
•The Towne House will break ground Wednesday on a $3 million, 19,000-square-foot specialized memory care center. Twelve full-time jobs will be created at the retirement community, 2209 St. Joe Center Rd.
The memory care center will be named The Towne Square.