Business Updates | Marom Shimuli joined the Jewish Federation in the Youngstown area

Also among today’s business updates – Mahong County Mental Health and Recovery Board; Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association; And Colombian Gas Ohio.

Young – Marom Schmidtili joins the Jewish Federation in Youngstown in August as a community shalech (Israeli envoy).

Through the Israeli Jewish Agency, an international agency that connects young Israelis to the Jewish community in the United States and throughout the Jewish community, the Shilichut program is used to build relationships with Israel and increase Israeli awareness, knowledge, pride and understanding. Releasing States.

Schmult works primarily with the Jewish Community Center, Youngstown Youth, Adult and Advanced Programs, and the Jewish Community Relations Council Community Access and Israeli Advocacy Initiative.

Shmueli originally came from Moshav Orot and now lives in the cooperative agricultural communities of southern Moshav Zofafar. As a teacher, he worked in the summer camps with the community and youth and as a private teacher. For 10 years, it was part of a large-scale youth movement in Benghazi, Israel. He spent two years and eight months in the Air Force, under the command of a sergeant and an iron dome.

Anyone interested in hosting Shmueli as a speaker can contact Nish Bush at or 330-746-3250, ext. 114.

Mahogany County Mental Health informs workers of changes

Young – Mingong County Mental Health and Recovery Board announces the addition of two new recruits and a long-term employee retirement.

Clinical Director Bill Carbonel will retire this month after 18 years of service.

“On behalf of me and the entire board, I would like to thank you for your service to the community and your commitment to meet the mental health needs of individuals and families,” said Duan Piccryli, executive director of the Mongol County Mental Health and Recovery Board. , Said in a press release.

Meanwhile, the Board welcomes Miller Verteur, who has been serving as the new clinical specialist since October. She has more than a decade of experience in the field of mental health. As part of her role with the Board, she handles all clinical calls, coordinates and conducts clinical meetings, and, as necessary, assists the First Instance Court and Assistant Outpatient Courts.

The board supported Borsi as a priest and hired Tracy Moraco. She joined the staff in August and assisted with the day-to-day administration of the office.

“We are thrilled to welcome Tracy and Millley to the Manging County Mental Health and Rehabilitation Board,” Picrilley said. “These talented and skilled professionals help county residents continue to fulfill our mission of supporting and improving quality of life.

Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association to award scholarships

Columbus: The Ohio Nursing and Landscaping Association will offer several scholarships for the 2021-22 school year.

These scholarships go to Ohio students who are majoring in land management, seedling or related gardening in a two- or four-year institution.

Onla’s Presidential Scholarship, $ 3,000 Scholarship, in addition to several $ 2,000 scholarships, will be awarded to a college candidate from the pool of applicants. Two $ 500 scholarships have been awarded to high school prospective U.S. farmers.

Scholarship applications must apply by September 17, click here to apply.

Ohio Columbia is cooperating with organizations to fight gas starvation

Columbus – Throughout September, Ohio Columbia Gas is partnering with organizations to feed those in need and take action to alleviate hunger in their communities.

“Many of our neighbors do not know where their next meal comes from – this fact must be unacceptable to all of us,” said Vince Parisi, president and general manager of Ohio Columbia Gas. He cares about our customers and our neighbors – Colombia, and we are here for you.

Since the beginning of the year, Colombia Gas has donated more than $ 850,000 to the Nissor Foundation for Charities in Ohio to help fight hunger. As part of the September campaign, Ohio Columbia Gas, a non-profit non-profit organization funded by the Nissor Foundation, will provide more than $ 170,000 in services.

With financial support, Colombian gas workers volunteer to help raise awareness about the Child Hunger Alliance, Middle Ohio Food Collector, Second Harvest Food Bank, Child Connectivity, LifeCare Alliance, environmental issues and organizations. Harvest for the hungry.

For customers who have fallen behind on their energy bills, Colombia Gas has a number of flexible payment schemes. Click here for information or call 800-344-4077.

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