Operation Better Together, consisting of organizations working collaboratively in Adams County, Ohio, has been recognized as one of the top rural justice projects in the country by The Rural Justice Collaborative (RJC) Advisory Council.
Debra Plymail, Director of OhioMeansJobs Adams – Brown Counties, had this to say: “I believe this award recognizes our outstanding efforts and commitment to promoting collaboration in our rural community. Operation Better Together has demonstrated exceptional dedication to fostering community connections and positively impacting the lives of those in need. This simple but innovative approach and effective teamwork have set a benchmark for excellence in rural initiatives. This award represents the Committee’s ability to create positive change and build a more just and interconnected community. I want to congratulate our team members on winning the Rural Justice Collaborative award – well done!”
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