Blog from the CRC
An appreciation event to recognize all the Retired Senior Volunteers in Butler County and their outstanding amount of service hours.
The Job Fair was amazing with 48 employers hosting booths and 297 attendees. Thank you to all the employers, volunteers, Parents Working Committee members, Productive Staffing for lunch and to Three Rivers College for the Bess Activity Center. What a great event for our community. It could not happen without all of our community partners working together.
Dalene Chilton and Alejandra Nobles enjoyed passing out school supplies, information on car seat safety and the Teen Parent Mentoring program at the Twin Rivers School's Back to School Fair.
Shawn Sando, CEO, FCC Behavioral Health; Karen Crook, Executive Director, Butler County Community Resource Council; Melissa Weatherwax, COO, FCC Behavioral Health
The 25th Anniversary of the Butler County Community Resource Council was observed on February 24, 2017 at the Annual Partnership Luncheon held at Fellowship General Baptist Church. Eighty-five community leaders attended the luncheon including Butler County Commissioners Lampe, Anderson and LeGrand, Senator Doug Libla and Speaker of the House Todd Richardson. Former Representative Mark Richardson presented the keynote address taking the attendees back to the inception of the Butler County Community Resource Council in 1992. At the luncheon, Austin Montague was named 2016 Person of the Year. Mr. Montague was recognized for his tireless work in the field of substance addiction. He is the chairperson of the We Can Be Drug Free Coalition of the Butler County Community Resource Council.