Signature Class Visits Smart Home

On January 26 and 27th, the Signature Class of 2023 visited the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities Smart Home. They discovered amazing assistive technology available to help individuals live independently and for the community to try before they buy. Comments from the class: “Thank you for the wonderful tour of the Medina County Board of…

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Living a Month Without Much Money

by Andy Aber, age 8 Week 1: I went to school all week. I told my teacher I was hungry. She asked me a few questions, but she didn’t give me anything to eat. In the evenings, my parents are always talking about money and how we can’t afford anything. Dad finally went to the…

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Leadership classes participate in Poverty Simulation

by Brian S. Gallatin Public Information Officer Medina County Commissioners Several Leadership Medina County classes participated in Community Action Poverty Simulations (CAPS) during the week of January 9. On Thursday, Jan. 12, three classes — the Commissioners’ Department LEAD Institute Class, Signature Class, and Junior Leadership — met at the Western Reserve Masonic Community to…

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Current Class Blog: Gabby Pagura – LEAD Institute 2023

My name is Gabby Pagura and I work at The Biz Hive in Medina. Through events I’ve attended for work, I’ve come to know many people who absolutely rave about the programs they’ve completed through Leadership Medina County (LMC). Though I was frequently interacting with some of Medina’s most respected individuals, I still struggled to…

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QPR Training Sessions in Medina County 2023

QPR Leadership Medina County 2023

Did you know that most suicidal individuals do not want to die and want to try to find a way to live? Yet, there are 48,000 deaths annually attributed to suicide in the US. Let us help you become a Gatekeeper and recognize the warning signs, offer hope and help save lives with free QPR…

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Fall Foliage Tour Seek Committee Members

Since 1968, the drive-it-yourself Medina County Fall Foliage Tour has educated the participating general public about agriculture, education, and history of Medina County. Each year, the tour highlights 10-15 places of interest that can include farms, agribusinesses, historical societies, and special events – among others. The tour is not intended to be a commercial, political,…

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LEAD Institute Talent DNA Revealed

At Leadership Medina County’s LEAD Institute, you’ll understand your strengths and learn how to use them in combination with each other and as part of a larger framework for success. You will also develop strategies for applying strengths in order to achieve your goals, such as leveraging strengths to overcome weaknesses or developing strengths that you haven’t yet fully explored.

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Making Multiple Tough Interpretations

Being able to lead through tough situations is important for any leader. When things get tough, it is essential to stay level-headed and make decisions that will best benefit the team. This month, the LEAD Instittue took a deep dive into the topic. 

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GHOSTS OF THE CIVIL WAR

News Release, Liverpool TWP Historical Society Mark YOUR CALENDAR.  CAN’T MISS THIS ONE. GHOSTS OF THE CIVIL WAR Shades of Blue and Gray A mixture of haunting tales, literary selections, song and history Johnson’s Island, Confederate Officer’s Prison in Lake Erie Abraham Lincoln and the White House hauntings And so much more. Join Us. Featuring…

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