The 2017 Leadership Lincoln County class celebrated the completion of their year-long program with a graduation celebration at the Finch Theatre last Saturday. Class members are, pictured, front row (L-R) Gaylene Zier-Ryan, Morgan Kubick, Maruby McQueen, and Becky Hillegeist. Back row: Jim Metz, Kurt Spachek, Emilie Wacker, Kathy Robertson, and Rev. Scot Kerns. Not pictured: Tia Hayworth. The class heard from speaker Stacie Schmidt, who focused on the meaning of leadership and working together, and enjoyed a catered meal prepared by Nancy Walter with sides and desserts by Kelly Larson and Barb Rathbun. One half of the 2017 class continues their project to help businesses “Get Found on Google Maps” while the second half of the group is researching the viability of a “Big Brothers, Big Sisters’ program in the County.
County leadership class concludes year-long program with graduation
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