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Wednesday, October 10, 2012 8:38 PM

ECKAN seeking new leader

By The Herald Staff

A local nonprofit agency is on the hunt for a new director to guide its volunteer operations in Franklin County.

East Central Kansas Economic Opportunity Corp., 1320 S. Ash St., Ottawa, is continuing to take applications for the position of volunteer center director for Franklin County, ECKAN officials said Tuesday.

For more information about the position, and to download an application, go to the agency’s website at www.eckan.org

Lisa Rivers, the former volunteer director, left the agency in September to accept a position as a Title One aide at Lincoln Elementary School, 1102 N. Milner Road, Ottawa.

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