Posts Tagged ‘medina’

Jeff Holland Rejoins Leadership Board

Someone needs to talk to Jeff Holland. No, really, he wants people to talk. The newest member of the Leadership Medina County board hosted the first ever “Jeffersonian Dinner” last month and he wants to keep the momentum going. “It was terrific start,” Jeff said. “What’s missing in society is people having honest, respectful conversations.”…

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The Faces of the Future!

It’s hard to believe that only last spring, the newest graduating class of Junior Leadership was filling out their applications, hoping for a spot. After months of traveling around the county and learning about personal strengths, cooperative group skills, and various service organizations, parents and friends gathered at Blue Heron Event Center to celebrate the…

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Being Human in Medina County

  Our February Class day brought the inner workings of government to life! We headed up to Brunswick City Hall to meet with Mayor Falconi and his staff. A few students were even picked to participate in a live “Mayor’s Court” demonstration. The Mayor answered questions about his job as a lawyer, a mayor, and…

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How Sweet it is to be in Junior Leadership

Written by 2019 Junior Leadership Class Member: Dina Usanovic   The Junior Leadership class of 2019 had the joy of meeting yet again on January 8th, 2019, at the Blair Center in Westfield. Apart from hearing a multitude of languages spoken during lunch (French, German, and more!) it was a relatively “normal” day. Our first…

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Soprema was Supreme!

I thought I would share with you my favorite comment from last week’s Junior Leadership day: “Thank you for the day, I found it engaging and I really learned a lot. I also enjoyed sleeping in and having it in Wadsworth, it made me feel a little proud of my city for some reason. But thank…

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The Most Important Thing

What’s your favorite thing? How about second? Third? What if I asked you what you’re seventh favorite thing is? You’d probably say, get to the point. So, I will. The 7th Most Important Thing is the novel that the Medina County Library has chosen to be its focus for “One Book, One Community” this year.…

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