Williams County is partnering with Bowling Green State University to identify factors that would improve the health of the surrounding community as residents are invited to participate in a focus group to voice their story.
Focus groups will be held in various locations throughout the county in the month of March. The focus group will last 45-60 minutes long with about 10 to 15 people in each group. Members of the focus group will have the opportunity to share their experiences living in Williams County as the group will explore the community features that impact quality of life among residents.
To be eligible to participate, you must be 18 years of age or older, live in Williams County, and be willing answer questions in a group setting. Those who participate will receive a $20 bill for their time, if selected to participate.
To find out more or to sign up, call Jenna Burget at (419) 372-5466 or email her at email@example.com before March 10th at 5pm. The results from the focus groups will be compiled into a strategic plan to improve Williams County.
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