Archive for March 2017

Class Notes: March 2017

Class Notes ’98 The Favorite Nancy Abbott, running for re-election as Clerk of Court for the Medina Municipal Court. The Court district includes the Cities of Medina and Brunswick; Villages of Spencer and Chippewa Lake; Townships of Hinckley, Spencer, Chatham, Brunswick Hills, Liverpool, York, Litchfield. Lafayette, Medina, Montville and Granger. ’09 A Class Act Gregg…

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Here to There

By Susan Vlcek, Junior Leadership Director Blink your eyes and find yourself at the Closing Retreat for the JrLMC Class of 2017. What of value could have possibly transpired in the scintilla of time since we met at the Opening Retreat? JrLMC Class of 2016 alumnus Devon Matson reflected back on both her JrLMC experience…

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Celebrate Good Times – C’mon!

By Susan Vlcek, Junior Leadership Director Can anybody say it better than Kool & The Gang? It’s a celebration! Our 14th Junior Leadership Medina County class is ready to move on to their next phase of leadership. Please join us for this student-led evening. Meet our newest alumni and their families, hear how they have…

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Learn, Share, Be Part of the Solution

By Susan Vlcek, Junior Leadership Director What’s the first word that comes to mind when you hear the phrase Group Projects? I’m no mentalist, but intuition tells me it is not “fun” or “easy.” One of the four Jr. Leadership class projects currently being implemented is SUPPORT: Sharing Uplifting Possibilities, Protecting Others, & Recovering Together.…

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Meet Jenn, Cheryl, Sandi, Shelley, Rochelle, And Jamie

Jennifer Oberg I grew up in Middleburg Hts. receiving my undergraduate degree from Baldwin Wallace College in 1992 with a dual major in Sociology and Communications. In 1990 I was inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa which is a national leadership honor society in the United States. After college I fell into a career in the…

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What Do You See?

In a Jain parable, six blind men were asked to determine what an elephant looked like by feeling different parts of the elephant’s body. The blind man who feels a leg says the elephant is like a pillar; the one who feels the tail says the elephant is like a rope; the one who feels…

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