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The Hardin County Chamber & Business Alliance held hold two check presentation ceremonies during the Ada Village Council meeting, presenting to its Community Improvement Corporation leadership with a check of $1,500.   In addition, a check of $1,000 was presented at the Forest Community Improvement Corporation during their meeting this week.

Ada Village Administrator James Meyer receiving check from Jon Cross and John Hohn.


Both checks were donations on behalf of the Economic Development Division of the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance, and will help towards their community and economic development efforts and strategies.


Forest Area CIC President Jeff Knedler and Village Administrator Wes Davis receiving check from Jon Cross and John Hohn


Over the past year, the Alliance staff along with officials from Ada and Forest CIC, participated in AEP Ohio’s 2015 Community Economic Development Academy (CEDA), which was a multi-phase program that included attending site selection workshops, preparing new marketing strategies and hosting national site selectors for tours of the county’s top industrial sites.  

These funds are being shared from the grant money recently received by the Alliance for participating in the yearlong program.  The original grant money was provided by AEP Ohio.

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