Thursday night was one of those nights you know you won’t forget. The RiverPark Center was packed for the OCTC graduation. Not a seat was empty in the hall full of graduates and their family and friends celebrating the milestone.
Graduations, like Owensboro Community & Technical College’s commencement Thursday night the RiverPark Center, are usually a celebration of things to come rather than a conclusion.
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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Meade
This week is National Small Business Week.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao will be the keynote speaker at the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce’s Rooster Booster Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. May 3 at the Owensboro Convention Center.
This May, 30 individuals will join the growing alumni base of Leadership Owensboro. Since the early 1980s, Leadership Owensboro has been a driving force in growing and cultivating leaders in the Greater Owensboro region.
“Our next 20 years will be even more exciting,” Dave Roberts, general manager of UniFirst Corp.’s Owensboro distribution center, told the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce’s Rooster Booster Breakfast on Thursday morning.
This month, our community celebrated the 20th Athena Award presentation. The event that Girl’s Inc. and our Chamber began two decades ago was started in an effort to bring recognition to women’s contributions in our community and inspire the upcoming generations to get involved and make a difference.
With March Madness on TV screens throughout the Convention Center lobby and a piece-by-piece, one-of-a-kind Owensboro mural being constructed by dozens of attendees, omore than fifty local businesses participated in Thursday night’s Chamber WORKS Expo, presented by the Owensboro Convention Center.