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Members In The News HEADLINES & happenings Dublin Arts Council features Rod Bouc: Earth and Sky The exhibition Rod Bouc: Earth and Sky will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin March 3 through April 10, featuring artwork inspired by the Bouc’s memories of early life on a Nebraska farm. The exhibition opens with a reception March 3, 2020 from 6 to 8 p.m., with a talk by the artist at 7 p.m. The exhibition and reception are free of charge. Details can be found at dublinarts.org/ VisualArtsSeries. Federal Changes Impacting Ohio’s 529 Plan The Further Consolidated Appropriations Act includes provisions that allow 529 withdrawals to pay for certain expenses associated with apprenticeship programs registered and certified by the Secretary of Labor under the National Apprenticeship Act, and to pay principal and interest on certain qualified education loans for the beneficiary of your account or any of the beneficiary’s siblings. Visit www.collegeadvantage.com for details. Treplus Communities Sugar Maple Commons to Open in Fall Treplus Communities will build 105 single-story luxury apartments for active adults age 55 and over. Sugar Maple Commons will open the leasing center this fall south of Holton Road and west of Jakckson Pike (State Route 104) in Grove City. For details, visit www.trepluscommunities.com Rea & Associates Hires 10 Employees & Grows Construction Segment Rea & Associates, a Top 100 regional accounting and business consulting firm, announces that it recently welcomed 10 new employees to its growing team roster. In addition, Rea & Associates will merge in clients from Columbus CPA firm W.J. Ubbing and Associates. W.J. Ubbing and Associates primarily works with construction companies. To learn more about other employment opportunities at Rea & Associates, visit www.reacpa.com/ submit-your-resume. Residents Asked to Support Washington Township Fire Department Levy Washington Township Trustees voted July 13 to place a five-year, 8.25 levy on the November ballot. The proposed levy would renew an existing five- year levy voters passed in 2010 to support Washington Township’s Fire Department. Funds generated by the levy will be used for day-to-day expenses to operate four fire stations, provide administrative functions, and replace capital equipment, including replacement of a 22-year old ladder fire truck. For additional information, visit wtwp.com. Upskill Your Workforce Through TechCred No matter your industry, technology is having an impact on the future of your business and the nature of your work. Ohio’s TechCred program gives businesses the chance to upskill current or future employees to help them qualify for a better job in today’s tech-infused economy. The program funds up to 20,000 technology-focused credentials over the next two years. To find out more, visit TechCred.Ohio.Gov. The 2020 Census Will Shape Your Future Every 10 years, the United States counts everyone living in the country on April 1. The information collected in the census will determine the distribution of more than $675 billion in federal funds each year. These funds impact critical services, including education, health care, senior centers, and public transportation. Beginning in mid-March 2020, every household in the United States will receive a notice to complete the 2020 Census online, by phone, or by mail. It is important to know that the Census Bureau will not send unsolicited emails to request your participation in the 2020 Census. The Census will never ask for Social Security numbers, bank or credit card numbers, money or donations, or anything related to political parties. If someone visits your home to collect a responses for the 2020 Census, you can make sure they have a valid ID badge with their photo, U.S. Department of Commerce watermark and an expiration date. If you still have questions about their identity, you can call 800-823-8282. For more information, visit 2020Census.gov. Dublin Chamber News 13