CHEERS - To a good blind date. They were invited to get together. Neither really knew each other, and when the evening was over, they left with a newfound relationship and a promise to meet again. The Education Committee of the Fulton-Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce set up the blind date this week for one purpose:?to introduce local educators to the wide variety of local job opportunities that exist, with the expectation they now would have the knowledge needed to pass on the message to students. Some students may think they can find a good job only if they leave the area, but there are good opportunities in our local counties. This week's meeting was a positive start. There was good attendance from the education field. The next time, we look forward to seeing more businesses represented. Thanks to Diane Marshall, who chairs the committee, and Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services Superintendent Patrick Michel for arranging the date.