OhioMeans Jobs Shows Off Newly Refurbished Facility

Written on June 14, 2021

OhioMeans Jobs Hardin County held an Open House today to show off its recently renovated space in the Courthouse Annex Building in Downtown Kenton.

Geanna England Workforce Supervisor Development said the upgrades were paid for by Hardin County Job and Family Services, “The walls were painted. We have all new cubicles, much bigger space, great desk space, everything is brand new.”

She talked about the services provided by the agency, “We provide services for ages 14 up to and through adults. We provide education, training books, driver’s ed, drivers licence. We help with resumes, unemployment, just job search in general, and we work with the employers to help them get jobs for the employees.”

(Pictured l-r Stephanie Burnside, Annetta Shirk, Geanna England and Jorda Ruppert)

For those in need of the services, England said, “They can come into our agency Monday through Thursday from 8 until 4:30, Fridays 8:30 until 2:30, and they can now just walk into our agency. We have no more appointments needed. No more COVID restrictions, everything is open to the public.”

If anyone would want to make an appointment or to speak to a caseworker, they can call 419-674-2312.

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