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February 17, 2013
Weirton Daily Times

TO PARTICIPATE: Corina Diehl, president and owner of Diehl Automotive Group, has accepted a nomination to participate in the FBI Pittsburgh Citizens Academy, 2013-2014.

The citizens' academy is a program that gives business, religious, civic, news media and community leaders an inside look at the FBI and an opportunity to meet the men and women of the bureau.

Diehl will be participating in eight classes, gaining intimate knowledge of the FBI's processes as well as participating in firearm training and mock investigations.

Diehl Automotive Group consists of three stores, a Toyota and Chrysler store in Butler, Pa., and a Chrysler store in Robinson Township.

Diehl Automotive is a premier dealership, devoted to excellent customer service, great prices and a knowledgeable and friendly staff, officials said.

Diehl took ownership of the dealership after the sudden and unexpected death of her husband, Matthew, and has brought the dealership to new heights by use of modern technologies and innovative marketing strategies, officials said.

CAREER FAIR: Franciscan University of Steubenville hopes local employers will take advantage of the chance to to discuss full- and part-time jobs and internships with their students at a career fair set from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 20 in the school's J.C. Williams Center. The cost is $25, which includes a 4-foot table, coffee in the morning and lunch. To register, call (740) 284-5251.

CERTIFICATION: Patrick McLaughlin, production manager at Vapor Jet Professional Cleaning and Restoration in Steubenville, has been certified as a water damage restoration technician.

Awarded through the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning & Restoration Certification, McLaughlin qualified for the designation by education and examination.

The IICRC is a nonprofit certifying and standard-setting organization dedicated to raising industry standards through technical proficiency. By administering a strict process of certification, the IICRC provides a means by which consumers can receive the highest quality of service from trained, knowledgeable, professional technicians.

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