Archive for April 2017

April 2017 Leading Edge Newsletter

    New Website Leadership Medina County is proud to announce the launch of our new website. Visit it at www.leadershipmedinacounty.org. Applications are Open It’s time to apply for all three programs! Click on a program below to learn more or to apply. Signature Application Emerging Leaders Application Junior Leadership Application Upcoming Events Color Blind?…

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Meet Christina, Jody, Kathy, Jeff, Heather, and Stephanie

Christina Thomas-Lewin I am living the ‘American Dream’ supporting my husband who accepted a promotion which led us from a small town in the UK, just south of London, to the state of Ohio! We started dating in 2007 whilst I was finishing my Accounting degree at the University of Portsmouth and coaching trampolining classes…

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When Pigs Fly and Cows Get Waterbeds

Carrie Park ‘16 There are lots of “Leadership” groups around the country.  Generally, they follow a similar format, but because of our economically unique and diverse county, LMC has a day that many others do not: Agricultural Day.   A new stop on the agenda this year was a visit to Ramsier’s Willow Spring Farm…

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Class Projects Continue!

Medina County Coalition for Suicide Prevention was a class project a few years ago. They are now holding the 3rd Annual Step Up to Prevent Suicide Community Walk. It’s great to see the impact of class projects in the community! Learn more or register at https://www.alternativepaths.org/news/category-865ca542-2c72-4d1a-adac-56061f573562.aspx Last year, class members organized an outstanding job readiness…

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Historic Class Project Holds Event

The Class of 2017 has been working with the Brunswick Historical Society to increase awareness for the need for volunteers. They have put together an event – a volunteer open house – that will be held at the farm on April 29. John Burke is coming to do his Captain Wolf interpretation. The house will be…

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Class Notes: April 2017

Class Notes ’94  The Finest Lucy Sondles, has joined the Medina County Career Center as an adult education instructor to develop and present custom designed sessions (such as soft skills) to employees of businesses & manufacturing companies in the area. ’95  The Greatest Dan Hostetler, Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau, in January he became…

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