News Update for 10/24/19

The former Agero company officially recieved a new name this morning. Officials of The Results Company held a formal ribbon cutting to mark the transition of the Sebring call center to the new management operation.
Company officials say they will continue to provide roadside assistance, accident management, consumer affairs and digital dispatch services – among other things. For better than 20 years, The Results Companies have been vested in managing and operating call centers.

Highlands County school students and their parents will be looking to the future tonight, as the Highlands County school system holds their annual college and career fair at the Sebring Middle School.
Some 17 different colleges will be represented from South Florida State College to the University of Florida.
President Donald Trump and others have called on students to consider a vocational path – noting that there are shortages and openings in skill positions including auto repair, electrician, truck driving and health care fields.
The session will be held at Sebring Middle this evening from 5:30 to 7:30.

Did you know it’s “Socktober?” Well it is. National Junior Honor Society students at Sebring Middle School are in the process of collecting pairs of socks to be donated to the First Baptist Sebring Mission for the Homeless.
This is the second annual event. Last year they took in 1,000 pairs of socks. They say while socks are the most needed, they are the least donated items.
Those wanting to donate can drop their new or gently used socks at the Sebring Middle School office through November 8th.