15 students and their parents began their journey into the Christian County C-E-O, or "Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities" program, during an orientation meeting Thursday night at the Kiwanis Park Pavilion on Lake Taylorville.
Students, their parents, and C-E-O officials enjoyed a light dinner while social distancing, then heard C-E-O board member Mary DelValle, who heads up the orientation meeting each year, speak. DelValle spoke with Regional Radio News after the meeting saying she told students they're in for a great experience.
C-E-O facilitator Dick Adams then outlined to the students, what their year in C-E-O would be like. Adams told Regional Radio News after the meeting, that students will learn both about business and life.
For more information on the Christian County C-E-O program, go to christiancountyceo.com.