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--Odegeo Class of 2017 Graduates
--Geneva Aquatic Center Ribbon Cutting was held May 26th at noon
--New Fillmore County Hospital CEO
--Construction for Fortigen is in progress
--Beavers Dairy is a new robotic dairy and was recently featured on Pure Nebraska
--FCDC attends Governer's Summit

Governer's Summit

The FCDC attended the 2nd Annual Governor’s Summit on Economic Development. At the event there were sessions to learn about housing, transportation, and workforce strategies to Grow Nebraska.

Beavers Dairy

Beavers Dairy is a new dairy operation that started milking cows in May and is located southeast of Shickley. What's special about this operation is that it uses robotic milking. This technology is fully automated and is good for the cows as well, it monitors the cows and collects useful data that can be used to tell if a cow is doing well. For more information and a look at this operation, view this article that was featured on Pure Nebraska                        : 


​-"Cars 3", July 29-30 Rialto ll Theater
-Farmers Market-Geneva, every Tuesday from 5-7, east of the         Courthouse
.-Farmers Market-Shickley, Mondays 5:30-6:30 pm
    Westside Park, Contact Gwen at 402-984-9247
-Farmers Market-Milligan, Sundays from 1-3, north of the                Auditorium on 6th Street, Contact Crystal at 402-366-7213
-Exeter Days, July 29th, Car Show, Parade & Free Will Meal after the parade
-Total Eclipse, August 21, 2017, throughout Fillmore County.
Watch for more details.

2017 Odegeo Graduation

The 2016-2017 Odegeo. . .Leadership for Fillmore County class graduation was held on June 20, 2017. The speaker was Dr. Terry Hejny, PhD, Director of the Nebraska LEAD Program. There were 16 graduates.
Class members were from throughout the Fillmore County with varied occupations and ages.  All of them stated in their "From Talk to Action" statement that the Odegeo...Leadership for Fillmore County class provided them a great opportunity to learn about all the communities, businesses and services throughout the County as well as meeting new people who became friends.
The next Fillmore County leadership class will start in September of 2018 and anyone interested should contact the FCDC office.

Barn Quilt Video

 Back row (Left to right): Kelly Stroh, Ashley Risseeuw, Tracy Kresak, Angela Ruhl, Sarah Johnson, Katie Gnuse, Christina Srajhans, Karen Margheim, Rachel Olson
Front row: Andrea Mumm, Mitchell Schlegelmilch, Jason Rippe, Eric Kamler, Adam Wallin, Patricia Rocole.  Renae Marks (not pictured)

New Aquatic Center Popular Summer Venue
After the Geneva new aquatic center held their Ribbon Cutting on May 26th the center has been a busy place.  According to Kyle Svec, Geneva City administrator, the aquatic center is averaging between 150-200 users during the week days. The new aquatic center brought in $13,000 the first four days of operation which is little over $1000 more than all of the 2016 season.
​​Chris Nichols Named New ​​
Fillmore County Hospital CEO
Chris Nichols, a Grand Island, NE native, was announced as the new Fillmore County Hospital CEO by the FCH governing board. The FCH met on June 14th and decided to offer Nichols the CEO position, which he later accepted.  
Currently Nichols is the hospital CEO at Horn Memorial Hospital in Ida Grove, IA.  Under his leadership a new inpatient wing was built.  Nichols received his undergraduate degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1995, his Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha in 1998 and his Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota in 2006. 
Chris and his wife Jaci have three children and plan to be in Geneva in early August.

Construction Continues on Fortigen Plant
Construction for the Fortigen LLC Anhydrous Ammonium Plant continues and is nearly completion, There are currently 200 contractors on site working six days a week. The plan is to start production the end of July.
The construction area is broken down into two areas.  The ISBL, the inside boundary limits and the OSBL, the outside boundary limits.  
The ISBL construction has had continued successfully.  However, the OSBL had some damage during testing.  They brought in some specialist to determine why the failure happened on the plant's main fertilizer tank and how correct the problem.  
Joe Casey, Senior Project Engineer, said they have been pleased with the workforce that will be operating and maintaining the plant on a day-to-day basis.  Nearly 75% of the workers are from a 50-mile radius.  The plant will employ approximately 30 permanent workers.

FCDC Quarterly Brief 2017 - Jan, Feb, Mar

    December 2016           June 2016
December 2015           June 2015
December 2013           June 2013
December 2012            June 2012
December 2011           June 2011
December 2010​            June 2010
December 2009​            June 2009
December 2008​            June 2008