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Greenville Career Tech Honored by P4P

GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress (P4P) held a meet and greet at the Bistro Off Broadway for its quarterly meeting. According to Marc Saluk, economic development director for Darke County, 80-100 people came out for the event.

From the 11-3-13 Edition of The Early Bird

By Managing Editor Ryan Berry

 GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress (P4P) held a meet and greet at the Bistro Off Broadway for its quarterly meeting. According to Marc Saluk, economic development director for Darke County, 80-100 people came out for the event.

Saluk pointed out this meeting was unlike most P4P meetings. It was an opportunity for current P4P members to talk to prospective members and share how the organization is making a difference in economic development in the county.

“This was a nice alternative to the breakfasts,” Saluk said. During his welcome to those in attendance he quipped the audience would not have to endure one of his long updates, which was received with applause. He did introduce the agency’s newest employee, Lisa Wendel. Wendel is the former superintendent of Mississinawa Valley Schools. She was added as a workforce development specialist to be a link between employers and schools. Saluk believes with Wendel’s background in education Darke County’s economic team will be able to advance the workforce development program quicker.

Darke County’s Economic Development director believes workforce development is a huge issue, but with the support of local superintendents and manufacturers they are making real progress.

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