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Leadership Lawrence class is announced

September 18, 2008

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A total of 31 people have been selected to participate in the Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Lawrence Program. The eight-month program helps develop skills in community service and leadership.

Class members are Darron Ammann, Bartlett & West; Derek Bailey, Lawrence Bank; Sally Brandt, CARF-Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission; Kathy Branson, West Junior High School; Philip Brown, ICL Performance Products; Pam Bushouse, McGrew Real Estate; Katherine Caughey, Capitol Federal Savings; Larry Chance, Emprise Bank; Becky Cheek-King, Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center; Dan Coke, Midwest Student Ministries; Kassie Edwards, Kassie Edwards, NCTMB; Matt Gough, Barber Emerson LC; Adam Handshy, Lawrence Chamber of Commerce; David Hardy, Commerce Bank; Janet Horner, Prosoco Inc.; Marilyn Hull, Douglas County Community Foundation; Lee Ice, city of Lawrence Parks and Recreation; Lydia Leon, Centro Hispano Resource Center; Matt Llewellyn, 23rd Street Brewery; Betty Markley, Central National Bank; Oliver Minnis, Stephens Real Estate; Margaret Perkins-McGuinness, Spencer Museum of Art; Megan Poindexter, Lied Center of Kansas; Rachel Rademacher, Rademacher Financial Inc.; Don Schawang, Bishop Seabury Academy; Jennifer Smith, K-State Research and Extension in Douglas County; Jandi Smith, Sunflower Broadband; Gavin Smith, Milk Truck Productions; Diane Stoddard, Lawrence assistant city manager; Kristy Wempe, American Red Cross; and Rebecca Wempe, Stevens Brand LLP.

The class will be introduced today during a reception from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at CornerBank, 4621 W. Sixth St. The public is invited.

Comments

hawkperchedatriverfront 5 years, 7 months ago

But where come the leaders? Every year we read a bunch of names but no leaders emerge. I have been asking for quite some time, name 5 leaders in the city of Lawrence. Name 5 persons who are resspected, who can engage themselves in conversation with the neighborhood groups, especiall the ONA, the Obnoxious Neighborhood Association, LAN, wherever, so far no one has been able to come up with anyone.I am thinking now that Corbett Collins is the closest and I wonder if he ever took "leadership Lawrence" . This is just a Chamber membership activity and has nothing really to do with the betterment of Lawrence. It is kinda like a ritual like the Masons have or Eastern Star. A club, if you will. I wish they would have a parade of the leaders with clown cars and motorcycles. I miss that parade downtown.

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toe 5 years, 7 months ago

A followship we go. This is not news, this is advertising. Avoid those businesses who are so over staffed they do not need their employees.

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