New site superintendent takes over at JEPC, ready to embrace challenges

    Billy Lowe was ready for a job change when he applied for the position of site superintendent at the Jim Edgar Panther Creek State Fish and Wildlife Area (JEPC).
    Working at the Sand Ridge State Forest for more than 30 years, Lowe said he was becoming complacent and felt burned out.

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    In last week’s Focus, I wrote about two doors listed in the Scriptures. One door was an open door which God gives as an invitation to hope and our calling, an open door which no one can shut.