The Christian County C-E-O, or "Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities" Program, held its annual orientation for new students Monday night at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditoriumm, to welcome its 2nd class of students. 9 students participated in the program in its first year last year, and facilitator Dick Adams told Regional Radio News that the Monday night event was a great way to begin the 2nd year of the program in Christian County.
Adams said that around 10 students are a part of the 2nd class of C-E-O in Christian County.
The program is supported solely by contributions from businesses and individuals in Christian County, and meets every weekday morning during the school year from 7:30 til 9.
C-E-O Committee co-chair Dee Krueger (above) emceed the Orientation Night. For more information on the program, go to christiancountyceo.com.