Knox County – Work, Live and Play
Knox County is a great place to Work, Live and Play! Residents enjoy a scenic living space with green and flower laden rolling hills in spring, beautiful corn fields in summer, forests of red, yellow and green in fall and a slow moving river that flows through the backbone of the county that adorns white sparkling banks in winter. There are hundreds of square miles of trails and green space to enjoy, including a 14 mile paved walking and biking path. Each village and city center features a vibrant retail and entertainment district that is sure to keep you busy on a Friday night. Manufacturing and technology based businesses are a life source to the counties steadily growing economy. Manufacturers in Knox County ship to locations on every corner of the earth and continue to make advancements in energy and new technology to influence improvements worldwide. Excellence in healthcare is a top priority in Knox County. Local healthcare businesses take pride in providing top notch facilities with the latest treatments and caring physicians. Knox County also has a strong interest in investing in its future, boasting three universities, a career/technical center, and five local school districts. They educate with forward thinking ideas that are sure to encourage the next generation of leaders and innovators. We invite you to check out the rest of our site for more resources on our wonderful community. We think you will enjoy Knox County as much as we do!
Where: Knox Community Hospital, Private Dining Room
Address: 1330 Coshocton Road
Time: 8:00 a.m.
Date: Wednesday, March 11th
HR Connections has been formed to provide education and peer advice to business and HR professionals in Knox County and surrounding areas. Business owners, supervisors and HR professionals will find it beneficial to attend. This month’s featured speaker is Stephanie Branco, Business Sourcing Analysis of the State of Ohio. Stephanie will be discussing Disabled Workers.
Where: FirstMerit Bank
Address: 901 Coshocton Road
Time: 5:00 pm until 6:00 pm.
Date: Tuesday, March 17th
Business After Hours is open to the public and free to attend.
Where: Knox County Chamber of Commerce
Address: 400 South Gay Street
Date: Friday, March 20th
The Chamber will host Bradley Turner from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office at the Chamber office to discuss ways to protect your business. If you are interested in attending please email Programs@KnoxChamber.com. Seating is limited. There is no cost to attend.
Address: 1451 Gambier Road
Date: Wednesday, March 18th
Cost: $12 includes breakfast buffet. All are welcome to attend. Safety Council members can earn up to a 4% rebate on Workers’ Compensation premiums.
Where: Universal Dermatology and Vein Care
Address: 1650 Coshocton Avenue Unit E
Time: 11:30am until 1pm
Date: Friday, March 27th
Meet Dr. Skandamis and staff, take a tour of the facility and learn more about the office. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Where: Chapel Hill Golf Course
Address: 7516 Johnstown Road
Time: Registration begins at 8am. Shotgun start at 9am.
Date: Thursday, May 28th
Mark your calendars!
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