Gov. John Kasich was the speaker at the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce meeting and he talked about the growth and accomplishments of the state since he's been in office.
More posts from the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce luncheon March 20 at Silver Lake Country Club:
Two Stow residents are working on economic and job creation at our nation's capital Thursday and Friday.
The Stow Job Club is branching out locally by offering free resources to the unemployed, but this week its founder and another Stow resident are working on job creation and economic development in Washington, D.C. Sharlene Chesnes of Interchez Logistics Systems, Inc. and job club founder Diana Miller, both of Stow, are attending White House events on faith-based and neighborhood partnerships in job creation today and tomorrow, according to a story posted by NewsNet5. "It's not surprising that two Stowites have been invited to the White House this week. Northeast Ohioans are leaders in innovation and job creation," Sen. Sherrod Brown said in a news release. "I applaud Diana Miller and Sharlene Chesnes for their recognition by President …