Did you know that SMC is among less than 1% of hospitals to achieve Magnet nursing status 4 consecutive times?! Schneck is hiring for open positions on our award-winning Nursing Team. Visit www.schneckmed.org/careers to apply.
Did you know that SMC is among less than 1% of hospitals to achieve Magnet nurs…
Today, the Chamber was able to be part of the Grace Christian Academy education day of learning about local government and the services available in the city and county! We were able to join the City of Scottsburg and Mayor Amick after their tour to educate about Scott County and how the Chamber helps businesses in the area. #chambereducation
Today, the Chamber was able to be part of the Grace Christian Academy education …
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Small Business owners of Scottsburg check out new grant available
The City of Scottsburg received CDBG CARES Act funding through the Indiana Office of Community & Rural Affairs to establish a Small Business Grant Program. This program is for businesses with 1-100 employees
that are physically located within the City of Scottsburg and have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The maximum grant amount is $10,000 and can ONLY be used for working capital. Those businesses seeking funding must submit an application and explain how the business was affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Applications will be accepted beginning May 3, 2021 and will close on May 24th at noon.
If you have any questions, please contact Jill Saegesser, The Wheatley Group, at email@example.com or (502)396-6202.