At two recent afternoon meetings, F.A.N.S. (Friends, Allies & Neighbors) Network showed up with a plateful of delicious snacks! F.A.N.S. is a group of volunteers who are committed to enhancing the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities. This group provides a FAST BREAK where they supply snacks for area businesses for their staff meetings. Want some F.A.N.S. to stop by your office?…

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’93  The Best Jani Groza, Westfield Insurance Foundation, has been named as a 2016 Medina County Women of Our Community Award Recipient and an ATHENA Leadership Award Nominee Finalist and will be recognized at The Medina County Women’s Journal Award Dinner Program on October 5, 2016.   ’97  The Perfect George (Hub) Marquis, Wallover Enterprises,…

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By Susan Vlcek, Junior Leadership Medina County Director Consider this to be the initiation of an informal poll. OK, LMC Class of 2003: when envisioning and developing the JrLMC pilot model, how many students did you believe would participate? What did you feel the impact on high school students would be? How, if at all,…

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By Carrie Park ’16 It’s hard to believe that Leadership Class of 2017 just ended its kickoff retreat. Participants discovered their strengths through Strengthsfinder and found out if they were a fox, a beaver, an owl, or a dolphin. “They are a den of foxes,” admitted Executive Director, Colleen Rice. Look out. The group also…

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Meet the Emerging Leaders Class of 2016: Jacob Bible, SFS, Intec Steven Bryan, RICO Manufacturing, Inc. Nicole Burkhart, Westfield Insurance Kristyn Cooke, Medina County Probate & Juvenile Court Devon Diello, Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce Malorie Duff, RPM International Inc. Brittney Esser, Stewart Title Sean Gilday, Automation Tool and Die Tess Goodrow, Medina County Board…

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Executive Director Colleen Rice ’08 When was the last time you took time for yourself? At the Opening Retreat, the Class of 2017, took two days to invest in themselves and delve into learning about others. Everyone put away the cell phone and concentrated on listening, being present, and learning. The truth is, those who…

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At Pop-Up Libraries you can apply for a library card, check out library materials, and learn to download and borrow digital media at the click of an app. The best part is: you can invite a customized Pop-Up Library to your next meeting, staff day, event or gathering! To invite a Pop-Up Library to your…

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’01  The Synergetic
 Nisi Pozderac, Transitional Living Centers, Inc., is being inducted into the Tamburitza Association of America (TAA) Hall of Fame in September in Chicago at the Annual TAA Extravaganza. The Tamburitza Association of America Hall of Fame is comprised of individuals who have exhibited a lifetime commitment to the preservation and growth of…

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By Susan Vlcek, Class of 2001, Junior Leadership Director August signals the repainting of crosswalk, the peak of flying stinging things, and the welcoming of new classes in each of LMC’s 3 programs: the signature program, Emerging Leaders and Jr. Leadership. New class members means more alumni.  In total we count over 1,300. One of…

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Leadership Medina County sincerely thank Michael D. Warner Sr., Denise Testa, Greg Stafford, James Holmes, and Randy Meyer for serving on the Board of Trustees. You will be missed!

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