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|By Bob Buttgen|
Ligonier--Laura Scott is the driving force behind Laura\'s Victorian Inn Bed and Breakfast, located on Ligonier\'s historic Main Street.
But the spirit behind the business endeavor is credited by Scott to the memory of her late mother, Jan Parson, who passed away in 2005.
Jan Parson enjoyed a reputation in Noble County as a great cook. Her catering business and special meals, including her apple dumplings, recieved rave reviews over the many years she was in business.
Scott is continuing that family tradition with her bed and breakfast. She bought the former Abe Mier mansion at 600 S. Main Street, in 2001, and started the business in 2003. There are three bedrooms in the bed and breakfast. She recently started serving Sunday Dinners two times a month.
\"After mom died I wasn\'t sure if I could continue with the business\". Scott said recently . \"At first I didn\'t think I could do it by myself.\" But then I thought more about it, and decided I could. Everything around here reminds me of mom. I think she would be proud of me for carring on the tradition.
Like her mother, Scott offers catering service. And it\'s not like she has a lot of free time. in addition to being a single mom, she also works full time at the Kraft Factory in Kendallville.
Earlier this month, in addition to serving Sunday dinners to the public, she had a booth at the \"LIgonier Marshmallow Festival\", selling..--you guessed --it her moms apple dumplings
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|Name: Laura Scott|
|Company: Laura's Victorian Inn|
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