ROME TOWNSHIP-Liberty, the lab mix service dog owned by Fairland West Elementary 5th Grader, Madison Rummel, has been named Lawrence County’s Top Dog for 2018 in a contest sponsored by the Lawrence County Auditor’s Office.
Lawrence County Auditor, Jason Stephens presented the Top Dog trophy and the “Top Dog” 2018 dog tag at a ceremony on Thursday, January 11 at Fairland West Elementary School.
In an effort to increase participation in dog licensing in Lawrence County, the Auditor’s Office sponsored a contest for Lawrence County children in the 3rd, 4th or 5th Grade to nominate a special dog to be named “LAWRENCE COUNTY’S TOP DOG for 2018.”
When you see the words: “new accounting software” sometimes your eyes tend to glaze over; however, an easy to use computer financial system is the engine of efficiency for any organization, especially a county government.
After much planning and cooperation with every office in Lawrence County, the auditor’s office launched a new financial system last month. This “new accounting software” dramatically improves efficiency in the accounting processes of every department and office in Lawrence County government.