Juniors and seniors from all around the county attended a career fair at Kenton High School on Thursday.


Jesse Purcell from the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance commented that over 30 businesses attended the function and that it was a huge success, claiming that many businesses had already taken in many applications and had already began contacting students.


According to Purcell this event was organised to help the problem of a shortage in the workforce in Hardin County by getting kids who are about to join the workforce to be better able to meet with employers.