By Darci Rodriguez
The Holyoke Enterprise 

County not only survives but thrives

Economic development annual meeting a chance to review successes, plan for the future


(Courtesy photo from The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications)

RECIPIENTS of Phillips County Economic Impact and Opportunity Scholarships who were present at the annual meeting are pictured from left, Brooklyn Plumb, Tanley Andersen, Kaison Kinnie and LorenJo Oberle.

The past year has had its ups and downs, but attendees of the Phillips County Economic Development annual meeting Wednesday, June 16, showed their optimism for the future of the county in a post-pandemic world.

The evening at the Paoli Town Hall included local project updates, scholarship announcements and a dinner catered by Happy Jacks Barbecue.

PCED Executive Director Trisha Herman applauded the 50 local members of PCED and praised the work of board members, including Tom Bennett, Mark Bornhoft, Kevin Scott, Lori Lundgren, Staci Tempel, Nici Akey, Julia Biesemeier, Michelle Lock and Sh...

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