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MCS, OSU-Mansfield, NCSC Host Conference

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  Original Published: 5/20/2013

Mansfield City Schools, Ohio State University-Mansfield and North Central State College will host a two-day conference this week to explore how they can partner with other elements of the community to provide more educational opportunities for youth and promote economic development.
 

“Creating a climate for change” is the theme for the second annual Beginning Anew conference which will unite educators with business, clergy and political leaders in a series of discussions.
 

The conference kicks-off Wednesday, May 22, at OSU Mansfield at 8:30 a.m. in Riedl Hall, Epperson Atrium.
 

Conference sites will include OSU-Mansfield and NCSC campus, Mansfield Senior High School, the Richland County Foundation, Gorman-Rupp Technology Center and Maddox Memorial Temple Church of God in Christ.

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