Senator Romanchuk Supports DeWine’s Proposed Innovation Hub Initiative
Senator Columbus-Mark Romanchuk (Republican, Ontario) attended a joint session of the Ohio legislature convened for Governor Mike DeWine’s state address. So DeWine outlined a $150 million statewide innovation hub his initiative as part of 2023. budget.
Romanchuk, who has an extensive background in manufacturing, said he looks forward to working with the Innovation Hub to leverage and promote economic development in the 22nd district.
Ohio recently won investments in mega projects from Intel and Honda. The Innovation Hub is currently working with local economic development leaders in the preparation and promotion of the site.
An innovation hub is a collaboration of industry, government, economic development organizations, and educational institutions that bring together researchers, creators, and innovators to foster ideas that drive economic growth and create industry-changing products and services.
Enrollment for the Mid-Ohio School program is now open
Lexington — The countdown to the Mid-Ohio School’s 31st season has begun and registration for course dates has begun. The full schedule for 2023 is available at midohioschool.com and customers can register online or by calling him at 419-884-4000.
Mid-Ohio School offers professional driving and riding instruction to drivers and motorcyclists of all skill levels. The course is customized for his inexperienced teenage driver, learning life-saving defensive driving techniques while also providing professional racer tips for gaining an edge in the competition.
Defensive Driving Program classes for teens begin April 1-2, while high-performance driving and racing courses and performance track riding for sport bike owners begin in May. Mid-His Ohio School hosts Open Test & Tune-His Twilight events on select afternoons and evenings, where drivers put their street-legal cars or race his cars on the track and do laps.
Summer heat measures poster contest now being held
COLUMBUS — As part of the 2023 Severe Weather Awareness campaign, the Ohio Severe Weather Awareness Commission (OCSWA) announced that it is now accepting submissions for its annual Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest.
This competition is open to all Ohio students in grades 1-6. This includes tutoring (special education), public, private and Home Her School classes.
Illustrations of severe weather in Ohio (tornadoes, thunderstorms, floods, etc.) help students show what actions they can take to protect themselves and others before, during, and after severe weather. can.
All poster entries must be postmarked or emailed by April 21st.
For contest details, including rules and entry forms, visit weathersafety.ohio.gov.