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Area residents and students with career aspirations in a health-related field are invited to Owens Community College’s Health Career Expo Tuesday, March 30.

Sponsored by the Career Services Office, the Expo will run from 2 to 4:30 p.m. in the Audio/Visual Classroom Center Rooms 125-128. Owens is located on Oregon Road in Perrysburg Township. Admission to the event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.

Throughout the event, attendees can meet with local health care representatives and ask questions about their professions.

In addition, those attending will be able to fill out applications for various employment opportunities. Event organizers encourage attendees to bring copies of their resume and to dress professionally in preparation for any impromptu interviews.

Local employers scheduled to attend include Mercy Health Partners, ProMedica Health System, Lima Memorial Health System, Bittersweet Inc., HCR ManorCare, Blue Sky Therapy, Lutheran Homes Society, Absolute Rehabilitation and Consulting Services Inc., Luther Home of Mercy, The University of Toledo Medical Center and Wood Haven Health Care, among others.

In addition, Owens will have information available for those interested in pursuing an education in the health care field.

For more information, call 567-661-7501 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, ext. 7501.

 

The new Skilled Trades Center at Terra Community College is nearly under roof. The $3.5 million
building is expected to open for classes in the fall. It will house labs for HVAC, welding, power
technologies and truck driving. Telamon Construction of Sandusky is the general contractor on
the project. (Photo courtesy of Terra Community College)

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A recent story in The Press detailed a school-wide fundraising effort for the American Cancer Society held at Allen Elementary School in Genoa. When the counting was completed, the total amount collected was a whopping $12,242.30. The top collectors included Katie Gruic ($1,000), Hunter Simmons ($700), Brody Helle  ($606.88), Caleb Jerew ($475) and Doug Bergman ($450). The students were treated to a limo ride and lunch with Assistant Principal Cari Buehler (pictured) Feb. 18 at Rayz Café in Genoa.

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