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Seven Local Students Honored as 20 Under 20

ST. HENRY – Seven students from Greenville and Darke County schools were honored on April 26 at the second annual 20 Under 20 Awards ceremony hosted by Darke County Economic Development (DCED) and Auglaize Mercer Business Education Alliance (AMBA) at Romer’s Catering in St. Henry.

From the 4-27-17 editon of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Managing Editor

ST. HENRY – Seven students from Greenville and Darke County schools were honored on April 26 at the second annual 20 Under 20 Awards ceremony hosted by Darke County Economic Development (DCED) and Auglaize Mercer Business Education Alliance (AMBA) at Romer’s Catering in St. Henry. Thirteen students from Mercer and Auglaize counties were also recognized.

Jared Ebbing, director of Mercer County Economic Development, said, “This (awards ceremony) goes to the heart of what we are trying to accomplish as a region, as a community. Who are we? What do we want to be in the future? We are nothing without our future.”

The 20 Under 20 Awards recognizes students that have excelled in the classroom and at their place of employment. The students are either working or interning at area businesses.

Introducing the Darke County students being honored, Lisa Wendel, workforce development director for DCED, said, “When students are given opportunity to learn and work outside the school building, learning inside the school building takes on relevance. The 20 Under 20 Awards are to draw attention to these collaborations in the hopes that Darke, Mercer and Auglaize counties’ best and brightest students will eventually return to the area to work and raise their families.”.....

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