Around 50 investors, parents and students, attended Monday night's Christian County C-E-O Student Orientation at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.
Following a light meal, C-E-O board co-chair Brenda Spurling thanked everyone for attending. Following introductions, she then introduced C-E-O facilitator Dick Adams, who outlined the program and what the 14 students that will be in this year's class, can expect, including starting their own business.
Adams added they'll personally visit many Christian County businesses.
And, the Christian County C-E-O facilitator told the group the students will be doing some public speaking during the school year.
For more information on the Christian County C-E-O program, go to christiancountyceo-dot-com.