The Christian County C-E-O Class of 2018, that just held their year-end trade show on May Eleventh, gave the C-E-O board a parting gift as they ended their participation in the program.
As a result of the monies they made during their Powder Puff football game and their Annual Banquet, the class gave the C-E-O board a check for 3-thousand dollars, during the C-E-O monthly board meeting this morning.
C-E-O facilitator Dick Adams, gave the check to Investor Relations Committee chair Ken Hart (right), who then presented it to C-E-O board president Brenda Spurling (left).
The Christian County C-E-O program teaches entrepreneurial skills to Christian County high school seniors enrolled in the program. It's entirely supported by private investors. 15 students from thru-out the county participated in the 2017-18 program; 16 students are enrolled in the 2018-19 program.