DAILY LEADER / OTIS RAYBON / Among those participating in Thursday's "Taxes and Workforce Training" seminar at the Lincoln County Civic Center are  (seated in front) Daryl James, WIN Job Center; (seated around the table from left) Tonya Minor and Ora Franklin, both with the WIN Job Center; John Morel and Stan Jones, both with M&M Milling Co.; Garrick Combs, Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce; Billy Klauser, Wanda Land and Josh Bower, all with the Mississippi Development Authority; Celeste Williamson, Copiah-Lincoln Community College; and (standing from left) Skip Scaggs and Hal Sibley, both with MDA. The seminar focused on providing the community's existing industries with information about the various incentive and training programs offered by the MDA, Co-Lin and the WIN Job Centers. The event was organized and sponsored by the Brookhaven-Lincoln County Industrial Development Foundation. More than a dozen industries were represented with approximately 45 people taking part.
DAILY LEADER / OTIS RAYBON / Among those participating in Thursday's "Taxes and Workforce Training" seminar at the Lincoln County Civic Center are (seated in front) Daryl James, WIN Job Center; (seated around the table from left) Tonya Minor and Ora Franklin, both with the WIN Job Center; John Morel and Stan Jones, both with M&M Milling Co.; Garrick Combs, Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce; Billy Klauser, Wanda Land and Josh Bower, all with the Mississippi Development Authority; Celeste Williamson, Copiah-Lincoln Community College; and (standing from left) Skip Scaggs and Hal Sibley, both with MDA. The seminar focused on providing the community's existing industries with information about the various incentive and training programs offered by the MDA, Co-Lin and the WIN Job Centers. The event was organized and sponsored by the Brookhaven-Lincoln County Industrial Development Foundation. More than a dozen industries were represented with approximately 45 people taking part.

Taxes and Workforce Training Seminar

Published 10:33pm Saturday, November 9, 2013

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