Filling Homes Community Center, an adult day services center of Filling Homes, Napoleon, hosted a week-long career exploration event inviting five community professionals to share their work with more than 30 clients and staff at the center. Henry County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Glanz and K-9 partner, Andy, demonstrated the way they communicate with each other to seek and find drugs as a team. Glanz also shared about his relationship with Andy at home and with his family. Presenting other days for Career Week was Colby Ehlers with Damascus Township Fire Department; Angel Dietrich with Kids Haven Preschool and Daycare; Julie Lauf with Henry County Health Department; and Erica Clady, who brought along a dog and a turtle, with Napoleon Veterinary Clinic. FHCC staff plan to continue this career exploration on a monthly basis throughout the summer. Above, Filling Homes Community Center participant Tyler Meyer assists Glanz in an exercise in which he holds a dog treat for K-9, Andy, while clients and staff watch.