Milestone for Energize Clinton County


Energize Clinton County co-founder Mark Rembert, left, came home for the holidays and to celebrate 10 years of ECC on Wednesday. He chats with ECC board member Jon Brandstrator.

Energize Clinton County co-founder Mark Rembert, left, came home for the holidays and to celebrate 10 years of ECC on Wednesday. He chats with ECC board member Jon Brandstrator.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Locals came out to take part celebrating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Locals came out to take part celebrating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

From left, Dessie Rogers, Mark Rembert and Taylor Stuckert hold a recognition from U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio 15th District) commemorating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at their celebration at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday. The organization was co-founded by Rembert and Stuckert in 2008 to lead community-based economic development in Clinton County following the loss of DHL. Since its founding, they’ve developed and led more than 15 programs and projects focused on community growth.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Energize Clinton County co-founder Mark Rembert, left, came home for the holidays and to celebrate 10 years of ECC on Wednesday. He chats with ECC board member Jon Brandstrator.

Locals came out to take part celebrating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday.

Locals came out to take part celebrating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday.

From left, Dessie Rogers, Mark Rembert and Taylor Stuckert hold a recognition from U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio 15th District) commemorating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at their celebration at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday. The organization was co-founded by Rembert and Stuckert in 2008 to lead community-based economic development in Clinton County following the loss of DHL. Since its founding, they’ve developed and led more than 15 programs and projects focused on community growth.

Energize Clinton County co-founder Mark Rembert, left, came home for the holidays and to celebrate 10 years of ECC on Wednesday. He chats with ECC board member Jon Brandstrator.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_DSC_0652.jpgEnergize Clinton County co-founder Mark Rembert, left, came home for the holidays and to celebrate 10 years of ECC on Wednesday. He chats with ECC board member Jon Brandstrator. John Hamilton | News Journal

Locals came out to take part celebrating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_DSC_0654.jpgLocals came out to take part celebrating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Locals came out to take part celebrating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_DSC_0660.jpgLocals came out to take part celebrating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday. John Hamilton | News Journal

From left, Dessie Rogers, Mark Rembert and Taylor Stuckert hold a recognition from U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio 15th District) commemorating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at their celebration at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday. The organization was co-founded by Rembert and Stuckert in 2008 to lead community-based economic development in Clinton County following the loss of DHL. Since its founding, they’ve developed and led more than 15 programs and projects focused on community growth.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_DSC_0673.jpgFrom left, Dessie Rogers, Mark Rembert and Taylor Stuckert hold a recognition from U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio 15th District) commemorating 10 years of Energize Clinton County at their celebration at Red Brick on Main on Wednesday. The organization was co-founded by Rembert and Stuckert in 2008 to lead community-based economic development in Clinton County following the loss of DHL. Since its founding, they’ve developed and led more than 15 programs and projects focused on community growth. John Hamilton | News Journal