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Learn more about what St. Charles County has to offer!

“Growing St. Charles County: Economic and Workforce Development Update” 

7-8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018
St. Charles City-County Library - Middendorf-Kredell Branch
2750 Highway K in O’Fallon

Register online to attend this free program!

As one of the state’s fastest growing counties and the third largest in both population and economic share, St. Charles County is in a unique position in metro St. Louis and the Midwest. January's St. Charles County #SCCMore Speaker Series features an informative and enlightening discussion on the county’s growth, economic challenges and job market by Scott Drachnik, Director of Workforce & Business Development. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions following the presentation.

Save the Dates for Our Next Two Programs!

Programs for the #SCCMore Speaker Series are held bi-monthly on the third Tuesday, at various libraries in the St. Charles City-County Library District. Speakers are St. Charles County elected officials and County staff, who address topics of interest to residents. Your input is welcome!

March 20, 2018:
“Let's Talk Transportation”
Amanda Brauer, Manager of Roads & Traffic
Craig Tajkowski, County Engineer
Kathryn Linnemann Branch Library
2323 Elm St. in St. Charles

May 15, 2018:
“St. Charles County: Past, Present and Future” 
County Executive Steve Ehlmann 
Kisker Road Branch Library
1000 Kisker Rd. in St. Charles

All programs are free. Registration is requested.
•  Call 636-949-7900, ext. 3724
•  Email mtdempsey@sccmo.org
•  Visit sccmo.org/SpeakerSeries 

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