Briefs: A celebration in Crestline
Celebrate Crestline Night is April 26
CRESTLINE — The third Annual Celebrate Crestline Night, presented by the Crestline Railroad Community Center, will take place at 7 p.m. on April 26 in the cafetorium at Crestline High School. This free event will provide important updates to the Crestline community on the positive initiatives taking place within the village. There will be time at the end for questions and comments from the audience.
Community members will also have the opportunity to fill out postcards to support the planned Amtrak stop in Crestline.
Light refreshments will be provided. Confirmed speakers include Crestline Community Development Team Board Members Carolyn Helbert and Erin Jones; Mayor Linda Horning-Pitt; Village Administrator Corey Spackey; Crestline Schools Superintendent Matthew Henderson; Galion-Crestline Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Miranda Jones; Crawford Partnership President & CEO David Zak; Crestline Historical Society Board member Julie Rossington; Crawford County Council on Aging Activity Coordinator Courtney Moody; Crestline Youth Sports President Clayton Herold, and Crestline Athletic Boosters President Molly Belcik.
The event will be broadcast live on the Crestline Community Development Team's Facebook page.
Marion Campus Job & Internship Fair set
The annual Marion Campus Job and Internship Fair will be held from noon to 4 p.m. April 12 in the Alber Student Center on the Marion Campus. Dozens of companies looking to hire employees and interns will be attending. Tri-Rivers Career Center is the newest partner with returning partners Marion Technical College, the Ohio State University at Marion, and Ohio Means Jobs - Marion County.
Job seekers and employers can sign up for free at bit.ly/JobFairRegistration2023. Those looking for a new opportunity can post their resumes and browse employers.
During the job fair, job seekers can stop in the Alber Student Center lobby to get a professional photo for their LinkedIn profiles.
For more information, call Ohio Means Jobs – Marion County at 740-382-0076.
Latta honored by Center for Effective Lawmaking
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Bob Latta (R-OH5) was recently ranked among the most effective lawmakers in Congress, according to the Center for Effective Lawmaking (CEL).
CEL uses 15 different indicators to form a Legislative Effectiveness Score (LES) that ranks members of Congress. According to CEL, Latta ranked in the top 15% of effective House Republicans in the 117th Congress (29th out of 222).
Throughout his congressional tenure, Latta has had 32 bills and provisions signed into law.
This article originally appeared on Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum: Celebrate Crestline Night, Marion Campus Job Fair both in April