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GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress held its Summer Mixer at Chenoweth Trails on Tuesday.

From the 6-13-18 edition of The Early Bird

GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress held its Summer Mixer at Chenoweth Trails on Tuesday. The event is an opportunity for Darke County Economic Development to share information with partners concerning the progress being made in economic development and workforce development and invite area businesses and individuals to partner with the organization.

Darke County Economic Development Director Mike Bowers shared the county and a few companies are in the middle of some projects. “Thank you to Midmark for their investment in the county and what they’re doing,” said Bowers. He pointed out work has begun on the company’s research and development tech center. BASF is in the middle of a $30 million upgrade internally to their systems and will be putting it together over a period of 15 months. The wind turbine project for the KitchenAid Division of Whirlpool and partnership with One Energy has also begun.

However, Darke County Economic Development is focusing on workforce development. “We need workforce,” Bowers said. His office is currently working with educational partners as well as finance and banking institutions to establish internships, apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeships. “We need to get hooks into our young folks as early as we can because we need to retain our local talent, need to continue to grow our local talent and that will be the focus of my office,” added Bowers......

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