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Schilling recognized for STEM education efforts in St. Charles County

Steve Ehlmann (right) issued Randy Schilling (left) a proclamation at the Feb. 29 St. Charles County Council meeting.

Steve Ehlmann (right) issued Randy Schilling (left) a proclamation at the Feb. 29 St. Charles County Council meeting.

St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann recently issued a proclamation recognizing Randy Schilling for his and Partners for Progress of Greater St. Charles County’s efforts in promoting science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.

Partners for Progress, which includes the heads of major county employers, held its annual STEM Celebration breakfast on Friday, March 4, at old Hickory Golf Club in St. Peters. In all, 19 local public and private high school students who excel in the STEM fields were honored.

Schilling, a member of the Partners for Progress governing board, has been the “unofficial STEM champion among business leaders in St. Charles County,” states the proclamation. Ehlmann and Scott Drachnik, the county’s director of workforce and business development, made the presentation on Feb. 29 at a St. Charles County Council meeting.

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