SPECIAL EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Iowa Veterans Entrepreneurship Conference

Are you a Veteran? Are you looking to start, build or grow a business? … THIS EVENT IS FOR YOU!
As a representative of Home Base Iowa and supporter of America’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC), the CCDC is encouraging all local Clarke County, Iowa Veterans interested in starting their own business or currently have a business to join some of the best minds in entrepreneurship at the Iowa Veterans Entrepreneurship Conference.
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CCDC May Community Grants and Donations Exceed $100,000

In May’s Clarke County Development Corporation (CCDC) board meeting, a handful of non-profits and organizations from around the community took advantage of more than $100,000 of approved grants and donation support through the CCDC. Organizations throughout Osceola and Clarke County, Iowa look to the CCDC for support

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Revelton Distilling Company Announces First Whiskey Release: Distiller’s Edition Rye Whiskey

Osceola Iowa’s Revelton Distilling Company is thrilled to announce the release of their very first whiskey, Distiller’s Edition Rye Whiskey. Distiller’s Edition Rye Whiskey is set to release for purchase exclusively at the Revelton Distillery on Saturday, April 15th at 10 am.
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CCDC Grant Helps Increase Mental Health and Community Wellness Services

The CCDC recently provided a $3,320 discretionary grant to Crossroads Behavioral Health to help obtain CARF accreditation. Efforts like this help the organization fund much needed mental health programs for the community and provide services like substance abuse counseling and support as well as family counseling and more.
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CEO Luncheon Focuses on Workforce Development, Tech Integration

For the first time since the pandemic, the Clarke County Development Corporation held their annual CEO Luncheon. With a LOT to catch up on and special guest speaker Debi Durham from IEDA and Iowa Finance Authority, it was an afternoon filled with great insight for the future of the community.
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