MOUNT VERNON — When the agreement was signed between KnoxWorks and CincinnatiWorks after the luncheon March 22, the organizations became officially affiliated and Knox County is now one of 25 communities across the country linked with CincinnatiWorks and their mission of combating poverty, one businesses and employee at a time.

Once initial interest is shown and representatives from CincinnatiWorks are invited into a community, an agreement is signed with the host organization so they can use the CW model. An orchestration of the entire community is required to fulfill it. Knox County is such a community that can come together.

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