Volunteer Archaeology in Kentucky

Over the weekend of March 19–23, a number of ASC archaeology field technicians volunteered with KYK9. This is the same organization who brought us Pocket, the cadaver dog, on the State Line Road project. During the volunteer session, KYK9 worked with the Kentucky State Police on a search for a missing persons case. In the past few years, Pocket has searched different sections of the area where remains could be found. She alerted on this location in the mountains, so the group spent the weekend clearing dense brush and excavating the area. This included digging and screening based on Pocket’s signals. While no remains were found, the ASC technicians were able to work with the talented Pocket, and bring their expertise with field work to the table. The group helped develop ideas for best procedures and executed it with a trained eye. This helped to narrow down possibilities in the search for the missing person. The ASC staff (and subconsultants who have worked for us) in the photo include: Taylor Bryan, Sarah Terheide, Stephanie Kline, Ashley Rutkoski, Colin McKinstry, Hannah Winters, Maria Saniel-Banrey, and Jennifer Jordan Hall & Pocket.

Virtual Holiday Party 2021

Virtual Holiday Party 2021

ASC Group had it's virtual Holiday party on Monday, December 13th. We were able to spend time relaxing and laughing. Debbie King and Eric Aukeman tied for the Ugly Christmas Sweater competition.  Employee donations were made in the owners names to the American Cancer...

ASC celebrates Earth Day 2021

ASC celebrates Earth Day 2021

Earth Day 2021! The Columbus office staff of ASC Group (in collaboration with WEN Ohio and OOGA) celebrated Earth Day by cleaning up in and around the stream next to their office, Bill Moose Run. They picked up 20 jumbo size bags of trash, which was mostly plastic...

Animal Shelter Donations

Animal Shelter Donations

ASC Group staff got involved in their local communities by donating dog and cat food to their local animal shelters. There has been a great need over the last year mainly because of the Covid-19 pandemic.  Also, many pet owners who lost their jobs depend on shelter...