Schild's IGA has been a part of Eaton Township since 1958. Started by Donald Schild and his wife, Maryann Schild, has always been family owned and operated.
At Schild's we take pride in our community and appreciate your business. We know that you have many options for food purchases and want you to know that we're working hard each day to continue to earn your business. We are your local community connection for high quality foods, friendly service and great prices.
Our family-owned store offers a convenient one-stop shop where you can find everything you need. We offer the everyday essentials to custom order meats.
Our friendly staff is here to help you find exactly what you're looking for and to offer you assistance regarding all the products we carry.
By shopping at our store each week, you accomplish the following items:
You keep your dollars in our local economy.
You help create local jobs.
You nurture our local community.
You help the environment by buying locally.
You invest in local ownership.
You create more choice in shopping.
You utilize the many years of our experience and expertise in food.
You embrace what makes us different from our larger, national competitors.
You make our store a destination --- and we appreciate it!
Every week you will find hundreds of specials throughout our store.
COLUMBIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Serving Eastern Lorain County
The Columbia Chamber of Commerce has a mission to support the growth of businesses, strengthen the local economy and industry within Columbia Township and surrounding areas located in Eastern Lorain County. Over the past four years the Columbia Chamber of Commerce has given back to the community by creating this website, sponsoring the Columbia Homecoming Festival, published & distributed a community guide and provided scholarships to graduating seniors.
The Columbia Chamber was recently honored to carry on the legacy of the Columbia Kiwanis organization that disbanded in October of 2007. The chamber will keep most of their projects going like the Columbia Antique Engine Show and Holiday Tree Lighting, and through their generous donation, the Chamber promised to keep their legacy alive through the creation of the Columbia Community Foundation and it's scholarship program.
Funding: The Chamber is a private organization funded primarily by dues paid by member businesses and community donations. It is not a government agency and receives no tax dollars. It is a registered 501(c)(6) non-profit organization.
Membership: Membership is open to all businesses and individuals that maintain a voluntary annual dues investment. The benefits of membership include networking opportunities, community involvement, image enhancement, political advocacy, information access, numerous discounts and benefits and heightened credibility.
Vision: To be the advocate for business in Eastern Lorain County.
Mission: To strengthen, enhance, and protect business in Eastern Lorain County.
Values: Leadership, excellence, integrity, and innovation.
Promote a strong local economy.
Provide opportunities for relationship building.
Deliver programs to help businesses grow.
Represent and advocate on behalf of business.
Enhance commerce through community stewardship.
Organization: The Chamber is an organization of business leaders who work to improve their community and the area's business climate. A volunteer Board of Directors governs the Chamber. The effectiveness of the Chamber is entirely dependent on member support and involvement.
Community Involvement: The Chamber strengthens the community by identifying needs, problems, and opportunities. It then develops programs to solve those problems and satisfy the needs. Committees of volunteers from member organizations help the Chamber implement and achieve its goals. The Chamber regularly reviews its programs, goals, and results to bring about a healthier climate in which business and the community grows and prospers.
Have questions? Please don't hesitate to contact us.