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Adult Senior Job Fair a Success

GREENVILLE – Looking to “connect the dots” between local workforce and older adults looking for jobs, the first senior job fair was hosted Thursday by the Darke County Economic Development office.

From the September 28, 2018 edition of The Early Bird

GREENVILLE – Looking to “connect the dots” between local workforce and older adults looking for jobs, the first senior job fair was hosted Thursday by the Darke County Economic Development office.

The three-hour event, held at Oakley Place, saw more than 30 seniors during the first 30 minutes.

Local businesses participating in the job fair included Lowe’s, Kroger, Oakley Place, Brethren Retirement Community, Brookdale, Rural King, Wayne HealthCare and Spirit Medical.

“It’s been a very good morning for a first-time event,” said Mike Bowers, director, Darke County Development. “We’re trying to meet the needs of our companies and looking to connect the dots,” between businesses and local seniors looking for part time employment.

One of those seniors checking out the local job market was Greenville resident Victor Lockwood, who attended with his wife Linda.

Lockwood, who retired 26 years ago from a U.S. Post Office position in the Dayton area, said he’s eager to find a part time position.

“I’m bored,” Kirkwood said while checking out the Rural King display. “With winter coming on I’ll have even less to do.”

According to Kris Hurd, administrative coordinator, Rural King has several positions open, including cashiers, maintenance and stockers......

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