Business Breakfast Update

The Business Breakfast included an update on development that can be found here.

Thank You Business Leaders.
We Enjoyed Meeting You!

Thank you to the local business owners and managers who attended the Washington Township Business Breakfast on Tuesday, October 24.

“Businesses are an important part of our community. The breakfast was a great opportunity to talk with local businesses, share information, and learn more about how we can support their success,” said Township Administrator Jesse Lightle.  About 75 business leaders and township representatives attended the breakfast that was held at Rec West on the township's recreation campus.

The morning included networking and displays, followed by a complimentary catered breakfast and a brief program that included an update on business development. If you missed the presentation, you can find it here:

Business development slideshow presentation

Sponsors & Raffle Donors

Sam's Club of Washington Township supported the breakfast as a sponsor and six local businesses donated raffle prizes:

Centerville-Washington History
89 W. Franklin St.
Champion Apparel & Promotions
66 Marco Lane
Dorothy Lane Market
6177 Far Hills Ave.
Jim McCutcheon
38 Marco Lane
Lizard Apparel & Promotions
775 Congress Park Dr.
Symphony of Centerville
7383 Paragon Rd.

More Information

The business breakfast offered the opportunity to share a table with a township staff member and ask questions. If you missed the breakfast, or the breakfast left you wanting to know more, you can get in touch here with our staff members:

Township Administrator
Jesse Lightle

Finance Department
Mike Barlow, director

Fire Department
Chief Bill Gaul
Deputy Chief Scott Kujawa

Captain Mike Brem, Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

Public Works
Mike Wanamaker, director

Recreation Department
Mark Metzger, recreation facilities director
Cynthia Fraley, Rec West Enrichment Center
Jill Reid, recreation youth care
Lynn Sellers, guest services

Zoning and Development
Ryan Lee, director

John Lewis, information systems director
Jacqueline Curl, public information manager

Business First

If you'd like to get in touch with the Montgomery County Economic Development staff member who attended the Business Breakfast, you can contact Michael Norton-Smith, community and economic development specialist, by clicking on this link.





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