Members of the top 10 corporate campaigns for United Way of Knox County gather together with their awards. From left, Bill Levering, campaign chairman; Vickie Sant, First-Knox National Bank; Darla Frazier, Jeld-Wen; Teresa Bemiller, representing Knox County employees; Melinda Embrey, Ariel Corp.; Carla Byrne, Nationwide Insurance; Bo Kurtovic of Rolls-Royce; and Steve Oster, president board of trustees. Not pictured was Teri Parker of Kokosing Construction Co., Lisa Schott of Kenyon College, Deb Hawk of State of Ohio Combined Charitable Campaign, and Mark Bennett, Brenneman Lumber.

Emily Weaver/News Members of the top 10 corporate campaigns for United Way of Knox County gather together with their awards. From left, Bill Levering, campaign chairman; Vickie Sant, First-Knox National Bank; Darla Frazier, Jeld-Wen; Teresa Bemiller, representing Knox County employees; Melinda Embrey, Ariel Corp.; Carla Byrne, Nationwide Insurance; Bo Kurtovic of Rolls-Royce; and Steve Oster, president board of trustees. Not pictured was Teri Parker of Kokosing Construction Co., Lisa Schott of Kenyon College, Deb Hawk of State of Ohio Combined Charitable Campaign, and Mark Bennett, Brenneman Lumber. Buy Now

 

MOUNT VERNON — The United Way of Knox County presented its annual meeting to its board, cabinet and supporters Thursday afternoon at Ariel Arena at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

Steve Oster, president, board of trustees of the United Way of Knox County, presented the opening, mission statement and vision to attendees, and approved the code of regulations of the annual meeting. Executive Director Jen Odenweller shared the 2013 report to United Way Stakeholders, which included achievements in education, income and health.

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