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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 5/6/2013

The Richland County Foundation held its 68th annual meeting during the noon hour Monday at the Mid-Ohio Conference Center.

The guest speaker was Heather Tsvaris, an Ontario native who had been away for a decade working for the U-S State Department in counter-terrorism, then achieved a Master's degree in business administration, and moved back to Mansfield to work as an adjunct professional of entrepreneurship at North Central State College.

The meeting included the approval of fifteen new members and the slate of officers, and a summary of last year's accomplishments.

Foundation President Brady Groves says they surpassed $100-million in assets last year and awarded $2.5-million in grants.

The Richland County Foundation will move into a new home later this year, a historic house at one-eighty-one South Main Street.

It currently rents office space in the Walnut Building.

   
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