Look no farther than OhioMeansJobs. For those looking for a job, you can find resources and even post your resume. They also have a ton of resources for students including career path exploration and resume building. And it’s a great place for employers to find their next great employee. With great programs and free resources, OhioMeansJobs is an invaluable resource for our community. They are committed to helping those in need of a job get connected to the right employer. Check them out at https://www.champaigndjfs.org/ohiomeansjobs.html
A chamber of commerce provides networking for business owners along with free publicity and access to discounts. Our Chamber has partnered with Business Equipment Company to provide goods and services to members. The Chamber also has a boardroom that is free for members to use. The Champaign County Chamber also hosts events such as an Annual Golf Outing, the Chamber Night at the Races and their Annual Dinner that is happening tonight at Wren Farms.
Our Chamber also has several programs such as iLead for Young Professionals, Leadership Champaign County, Safety Council and the Local Ag Council. A part of the Chamber is also the Visitors Bureau. The Visitor’s Bureau showcases the array of activities Champaign County has to offer. Check out their website for the current activities happening throughout the County.
From that point, Marcia Bailey, former director of the Champaign Economic Partnership (CEP), along with the city began to work with True inspection Servis (TIS) and Orbis to redevelop the existing building and sell the remaining parcels.
All of that hard work has come to fruition in the past few weeks as we saw the Grand Opening of the Community Health and Wellness Partners new facility in the old building and Orbis officially became the owners of the remaining parcels. At the ribbon cutting, guests were treated to a tour of the new facility. They had pictures of various locations that depicted what the original building looked like. A testament to hard work and dedication, and seeing the potential beyond the current reality, the new Johnson's building stands as a shining example of not judging a book, or a city, by its cover.
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In these sessions families will grow in their understanding of nourishing their own resilience. Together we will engage in activities that integrate the mind and the body. The experiential nature of the sessions will invite introspection as well as connection with others as a way to foster nourishment and well-being.
This session will help families understand how toxic stress impacts the brain and body and our behavioral patterns. We’ll then put special focus on how we can join one another on the healing journey. In our time together we’ll unpack 5 Core Convictions that support building a trauma-responsive lens in order to address people and situations in a trauma-responsive manner.
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The first 5 people who register for the workshop are eligible for either a $10 gas card or gift card to Chakeres, now UEC, Theatre in Springfield, after attending both sessions.
Cash Prize to Benefit Two Local Veteran Organizations
The $27,456.40 award will be shared by two local veteran organizations: the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)/Spriggs-Wing Post 5451 and Disabled American Veterans (DAV)/Chapter 31, both headquartered in Urbana.
“Our service to veterans is a team effort,” says Ron Orr, who works out of the OMJCC office as disabled veterans outreach specialist for the ODJFS Office of Workforce Development. Orr, who served 23 years in the Ohio Air National Guard and U.S. Air Force, nominated OMJCC for the award and designated the VFW and DAV to receive the cash prize. He helps veterans in Champaign, Logan and Union counties.
Cost: $1 per ticket or 6 tickets for $5.
All raffle drawings will take place at the BBCO on August 17th and winners will be notified after the event.
If you are interested in donating an ite, please contact Audra Bean at email@example.com or at (937) 653-1307.