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Locals Celebrate GHS Lab Opening

GREENVILLE — Local educators, industry representatives and other community leaders gathered to celebrate the opening of Greenville High School Career Tech Center’s Advanced Manufacturing lab.

From the November 20, 2015 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Eric Martin, Staff Reporter

GREENVILLE — Local educators, industry representatives and other community leaders gathered to celebrate the opening of Greenville High School Career Tech Center’s Advanced Manufacturing lab.

The Advanced Manufacturing lab features a number of mechanical and electrical units, and will be used to train both current high school students as well as post-secondary adults seeking to improve their craft in the manufacturing field.

Opening of the half-million-dollar project comes almost five years after it was first proposed and two years after active efforts began to fund and construct the lab.

Darke County Economic Development Director Marc Saluk said, “I don’t think we can undersell what this means to the future of the county. A better-skilled and a better-trained workforce means a better opportunity to work to keep our companies, to accommodate their expansions, to bring in new companies, help workers upgrade their skills, which often times means increased salary and standard of living in our households, and most importantly of all, help assure that no Darke County company, or company looking at Darke County, never needs to say they can’t consider doing their project in Darke County because the workforce lacks skills.”.....

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