The dedication ceremony for the new addition at Four County Career Center was held Thursday evening, Aug. 21. Superintendent Tim Meister opened the ceremony while William Spiess, past superintendent, thanked the Board of Education and voters for their support and funding to be able to complete the project. They both emphasized that the new addition was not only built for needed space but most importantly for the safety of the students and staff.
State Representative Tony Burkley and Kathy Shaver, Senior District Representative for Congressman Bob Latta, both spoke of their support of career and technical education and the need for facilities such as the Career Center in Ohio.
Following the official dedication by the Board of Education President Nona Liechty, Shaver presented a flag, on behalf of Congressman Latta, that was flown for Four County Career Center over the United States Capital in honor of their new addition.
The community was also able to view the completed project throughout the evening. which includes a new secure front entrance, two new classrooms and a multi-purpose room for large group events. Four County Career Center would like to thank the voters in Defiance, Fulton, Henry and Williams counties and are proud to be a part of these communities.