Upcoming Events

Program Preview Party

Date: March 10, 2021
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Audience: Public
Fee: Free
Location: Online

Join us for this virtual information session to find out more about each of our leadership programs and meet with alumni about their experiences in our programs.

  • 4:00 p.m. Social time
  • 4:30 p.m. Information about LMC
  • 5:00 p.m. Q & A session with Directors and alumni
  • 5:30 p.m. End

Register HERE


Zoning, Taxes, and Levies for Public Officials

Date: March 11, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Speaker: Mike KovackLynda Bowers
Audience: Alumni & Public
Fee: $40.00
Location: Online

While many people may have at least a minimum level of familiarity with the concept of zoning, it can be easy to underestimate or misunderstand how, when, and to what extent zoning may affect the general public. Ohio has more taxes to understand than other states. We have Ohio state income tax, school district tax, and city income taxes (for about 677 different municipal entities). Ohio state taxes are no mystery. The income tax goes to the state of Ohio. School district taxes usually are noted on the W2 with a 4-digit number and/or “SD”. (Not every school district has an income tax. Most in urban areas do not.) Those taxes are collected by the state of Ohio. Ohio Department of Taxation groups taxes according to whether the tax applies to businesses or to individuals. A property tax levy is the collection of taxes charged on the value of property. Each district must follow a process described in Ohio law in order for taxes to be levied on property within the district. If a majority of voters in an election approve the tax, county officials charge and collect the tax under the terms specified in the tax levy proposal. The collected funds are then disbursed to the district. When a levy is placed on the ballot, it must identify as its objective a legally defined school district purpose.

No refunds will be offered.

Register HERE


 Conversation Club

Date: March 23, 2021
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Audience: Alumni
Fee: Free
Location: Online

Conversation Club is a one hour event on March 23, at 4:00 p.m. On Tuesday morning, Leadership Medina County will send you some of the top headlines from a variety of newspapers to help start the discussion. We look forward to you sharing your opinions and experiences so we can develop stronger relationships in our community built on trust because face to face conversations still matter.

Leadership Medina County’s mission is to educate, involve, and connect leaders. This event focuses on connecting leaders to build a stronger Medina County.

Register HERE


Healthy Leaders Part 4: Physical Wellness

Date: April 6, 2021
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Audience: Alumni
Fee: Free
Location: Online

Improve longevity and enhance your quality of life with small but impactful health habits.
An overview of effective and efficient practices for preventative physical wellness.
Topics will include stress reduction, restoration, physical activity, nutrition, and hydration.

Register HERE


WEEKLY DISCUSSION GROUP

Sign up for the weekly challenge through the YWCA that runs through March  29 at https://www.ywcachallenge.org/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x13776abcd&fbclid=IwAR25lWEhmUWkGAFwN3SSfvgxH3Eh_qqp7toa6VFb04BY0kJ7kW4gX8zyHR8

Then join Leadership Medina County on Zoom for a weekly discussion on the challenge activities on Mondays at noon  (no need to register for these weekly discussions with LMC, just show up with the link below). This is a free event open to the public.

March 8, noon
March 15, noon
March 22, noon
March 29, noon
April 5, noon – Reflecting on the 21 Day Challenge

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 896 5757 3145
Passcode: 891285
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Dial by your location. +1 301 715 8592


Communication Toolbox: Social Media

 

ate: April 8
Time:11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Speaker: Danae Wolfe
Audience: Alumni & Public
Fee: $40.00
Location: Online

Love it or hate it, social media is an important part of how we communicate and access information in the 21st century. As a leader in your community, many stakeholders will expect you to have a thriving social media presence where they can stay up-to-date with how you’re serving the community. In this session, we’ll introduce the most popular social media platforms and highlight best practices for each.

No refunds will be offered.

Zoom instructions: https://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1D

2 Comments

  1. Tom Arnold on at

    Colleen:
    Just saw my granddaughter’s testimonial (Ellie Radabaugh) under the “Meet Our Alumni” section of the site. How nice of the organization to feature her here with several of the other more current alums, even though she is still an active member of this years junior LMC class. It’s good to hear a range of perspectives.

    Regards,
    Tom Arnold

    • Colleen Rice on at

      She is an excellent example of our Junior Leadership program. Her energy and leadership style are infectious!

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