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Darke County Businesses Partner for Progress

DARKE COUNTY — Darke County Economic Development held its annual Partnering For Progress Summer Mixer Tuesday night at The Light Foundation’s Chenoweth Trails facility in western Darke County.

From the 6-14-18 edition of The Daily Advocate

DARKE COUNTY — Darke County Economic Development held its annual Partnering For Progress Summer Mixer Tuesday night at The Light Foundation’s Chenoweth Trails facility in western Darke County.

P4P is an economic development effort created to provide support to the Darke County business community. A diverse collection of organizations and individuals from across Darke County are involved in the effort, including representatives from the Littman Thomas Agency, Greenville National Bank, Fort Recovery Industries, Whirlpool, Brumbaugh Construction, Midmark and other local companies, as well as elected officials such as Darke County Commissioner Mike Stegall and Greenville Mayor Steve Willman.

Greenville native and former New England Patriots offensive lineman Matt Light spoke at the event. Light is founder of The Light Foundation, a nonprofit that strives to instill the values of responsibility, accountability and hard work in young people by providing them with unique outdoor learning experiences. The Light Foundation also owns and operates the Chenoweth Trails facility.

Among other initiatives, P4P partners with the business community to increase the growth of quality jobs in Darke County; develop new tools and resources to support existing businesses, as well as to attract new businesses to the area; to aggressively promote Darke County as an attractive business location and to strengthen partnerships to aid the growth and health of the entire region

The group is especially interested in workforce development, working to provide educational opportunities so that workers can develop appropriate skills needed by employers in the region.     

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