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Commission Hears Update from Bowers; Approves Radio Purchase

DARKE COUNTY – Darke County Commissioners heard a report from Mike Bowers, county economic development director during their regular Wednesday session.

From the March 22, 2018 edition of The Early Bird

By Susan Hartley, Staff Reporter

DARKE COUNTY – Darke County Commissioners heard a report from Mike Bowers, county economic development director during their regular Wednesday session.

Bowers gave a brief overview of several projects his office is working on, including opportunities for the county’s emerging workforce – current high school students.

Two upcoming events for high school students include an April 10 senior job fair and a job shadow event scheduled for May 7-11.

“We are fortunate to have in our county, commissioners who realize the opportunities needed for our emerging workforce,” Bowers said, thanking commissioners for their ongoing support.

Economic Development also is working on an October job fair for high school seniors in Darke, Mercer, Auglaize, and Shelby counties, Bowers said. The event will be held at Eldora Speedway and will include a variety of activities, including a possible band or DJ.

“The goal is to have two touchpoints with seniors next year,” Bowers said.

Other events being promoted by the economic development office include a 20 Under 20 banquet, set for April 25 at Romer’s in St. Henry. Bowers said several Darke Countians will again be honored for their contributions and accomplishments.

Also, a job fair for senior citizens is being planned in the near future for those looking to work 10-20 hours per week......

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