April 11th - Learn About and Help Shape Montgomery County's Economic Future!

Interested in the future of your community, services, taxes and economy? Come to the county-wide open forums. Montgomery County knows there's a lot at stake. Your views and voice are vital. We urge you to attend April 11th.

MCOFuture Forum #2 is about the future of Montgomery County’s economy. How and where will we grow and add jobs? How can we achieve a diverse economy? How do we address the workforce and skills gap?  Hear from leading local university experts. Tell us what YOU think in group breakout sessions. The forum will be moderated by Central State University's Kellen Winslow, Sr.

MCOFuture Forum #2 will take place on April 11th from 5 - 7 p.m. at Sinclair's Ponitz Center.  Park free under Building 12 (off W. 4th St.), go to the Great Hall on the first floor, and join the conversation.

RSVP at MCOFuture@gmail.com, Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/events/274879285914111/) or at (937) 496-7007.

Learn more at MCO Future.com, like the initiative at Facebook.com/MCOFuture or follow it on Twitter (twitter.com/MCOFuture).

Montgomery County has a great history, a lot happening, but many challenges. The key question is how to succeed. At the forums, you can learn more and contribute to a better future. Please be there.

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