Members of the Class of 2016-17 will hear about a worldwide food-safety initiative with roots in Hancock County as part of Business/Commerce/Ag Day on Nov. 2.
The schedule/agenda for Business Day has been finalized. You can look at it by clicking on the link below.
Mitch Davis, an Elanco Animal Health executive who helped organize a recent summit in Washington D.C., to talk about the use of antibiotics in animals in the food production chain, will talk about the Greenfield-based company’s role in the One Health initiative, which is trying to address the stewardship of antibiotics use around the world.
This is the second class day for the Class of 2016-17. The next class will be Dec. 7: Community Issues Day. On that day, the class, which has 25 members, will be divided into groups that will receive assignments for community projects.
The projects will be presented at LHC’s graduation next spring.