?WCHTC announces survey winners PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 July 2008 00:00
?    In a recent Washington County HomeTown Competitiveness meeting, Pillar Team drew names for the incentive prizes for those filling out the community survey.  
    Winning a $100 Jay C gift card was Betty Brown of Salem. Angie Strasser, also of Salem, won the $100 True Value gift card. Winners have been notified by phone. The team picked two numbers at random and then checked the results from the survey to see which respondents matched those numbers.
    Volunteers are continuing to input the data from the youth surveys. When all the data has been entered, the Pillar Team will conduct a drawing for the youth prize. Students in all grades in each of the county high schools participated in the youth survey.
    The Phase 1 report on WCHTC work to date is complete. The Pillar Team will bind these, send copies to the state, and make copies available to the community for check-out. A copy will also be available at the SAlem Public Library for anyone who is interested. The report is quite detailed and includes all the activities, meetings, and results over the last 11 months.
    The Pillar Team, site coach Dr. David Beck, and other community members will be attending an Indiana HTC celebration in Bedford, where the group will meet with the other eight pilot communities to discuss progress made.
    Starting in August the Pillar Team will be contacting those who signed up on the survey to participate in a focus group or join a Pillar Task Force. So far, well over 200 people have asked to be placed on the WCHTC contact list to receive updates on WCHTC work. Anyone else who wishes to be added to the contact list should call Scott Martin at 883-5454 or Beth Armstrong at 883-5565.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 July 2008 14:16