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Opportunity: Back Home Again!

  View the Back Home Again in White County Flyer

The lack of available workers has plagued businesses throughout the US for the past several years, and it appears that we will continue to face this issue locally well into 2022. To assist our businesses and organizations that deal with this problem daily, there is work underway to put together an event that hopefully will provide employers with a program to identify potential employees entering the workforce upon graduation from high school.

The White County Economic Development Organization, along with Indian Trails Career Cooperative, and representatives from our four White County High Schools are planning a program in April that will bring seniors and selective juniors together with key businesses/organizations that will allow these groups (students and employers) to meet face-to-face and learn of the vast opportunities that exist in White County. And, to that end, we are calling the event “Back Home Again in White County”.

The date we have selected for this event is Thursday, April 14th, and will be held at the Brandywine Convention Center in Monticello. Our “committee” is still outlining the logistics surrounding this event, but the purpose of this email is to determine if this is something that you wish to have your business/organization participate in. If so, please mark your calendar as a “save the date” and RSVP your intentions to Debbie Conover at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
It is anticipated that we could have as many as 350-400 seniors and selective juniors from Twin Lakes, Frontier, North White and Tri County high schools attend and meet directly with your representatives. We hope to have between 50-75 organizations participate. This is a tremendous opportunity to “tell your story” as to why the students should remain and work in White County and make decent wages at your place of employment. Your commitment is to only spend a day interacting with our workforce of tomorrow, and we will even feed your team lunch! Can’t beat that!

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March is Disability Awareness Month

  2022 Disability Awareness Month Opportunities
  2022 ADA Disability Awareness Month Support Opportunities

The City of Monticello and the Mayor’s Advisory Council for the ADA Is proud to once again support Disability Awareness Month and plans are well underway.  

As always the City of Monticello is committed to being an accessible, responsive, community that welcomes and includes everyone. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has become a useful tool in assuring that access changes are made and policies are developed to give people with all kinds of disabilities an equal opportunity to participate and benefit from community programs and activities.

Listed below are our initial Schedule of Events.  All times are EST (Indianapolis/GMT -5)
  • Tuesday, March 1:  Art and Banner displays go up. Art on Display at Library Program Room, until March 14th.
  • Tuesday, March 8:  10:00am Awareness Month Story Hour-Monticello-Union Township Public Library- Fire Department/Chiefs
  • Tuesday, March 8:  6:00pm Art Reception at Library
  • Thursday, March 10:  5:00pm Wheel Chair Basketball & Social Services Fair at Twin Lakes High School
  • Activities for March 10 include:
    • 5:00-7:00pm - Social Services and Transition Fair
    • 6:00pm - Lafayette Spinners Wheelchair Basketball Demonstration
    • 6:20pm - City Department Tournament and Annual Guns Vs. Hoses
    • 6:40pm - Monticello Combined Game—Red vs. White
    • 7:00pm - Aktion Club members recognized
    • 7:10pm - Half-time Activities.  Please visit our concession stand and social services booths
    • 7:20pm - City Department Tournament Championship
  • March 14 at Frontier 2:25-3:15; March 15 - North White 2:15-3:15; and March 18th - Twin Lakes 2:00-3:00  - Speaker Brett Eastburn to speak at county schools. His presentation,“No Boundaries”, is sponsored by grant from the Community Foundation of White County.
  • Wednesday, March 15:  Art on display in West Bay
  • Thursday, March 24:  2:00pm Story Hour at Monticello-Union Township Public Library- George Loy, Reader
  • Monday, March 28:  6:00pm Arts & Awards Reception at City Hall, West Bays 120 W Washington Street
  • Wednesday, March 30: 6:00pm Story Hour at Monticello-Union Township Public Library, Jim Mann, Reader
  • Thursday, March 31: 10:00am to 3:00pm Walk a Mile In My Shoes Day at the White Oak Health Campus
    • eMail to sign up for the “Walk a Mile in their Shoes” Day" event at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
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Paramedicine Program Helps Residents

Monticello Paramedic Nick Green and Mayor Cathy Gross discuss the new program helping residents age in place. Click image above to view the WLFI Report.


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