Courtesy of the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce
Nineteen members of the community will be better equipped to take leadership roles in Douglas County as they will graduate from Leadership Douglas County on Tuesday, November 18th. The graduates will have completed a course that involved ten class days, numerous homework assignments and the successful completion of a class project to earn their diplomas.
Leadership Steering Committee Chair Steve Lewis will host the event, along with other committee members David Brady, Katherine Winans, Carl Dahlen, Steve Thaler, Senator James Settelmeyer, Renea Louie, Debra Lang, Bill Chernock and Alicia Main. He will welcome the graduates to the group of LDC Alumni, which now numbers over 300.
The graduates are Cory Allen, CJA Organization Development Services; Eric Anderson, Douglas County, Brad Bilderback, FBI; Melissa Blosser, Douglas County, Pat Bridges, the Record Courier; Sondra Condron, Kiwanis of Carson Valley; Tim De Turk, Douglas County, Marcy Fox, Frontier Communications; Kyle Francis, GE Measurement & Control; Rachel Hamer, Town of Minden; Andrea Highfill, Carson Valley Medical Center; Chris Honer, Brady & Associates; Art Millard, Retired; Ali Moffitt, Carson Valley Visitors Authority; Jacie Peters, Note This Mobile Notary; Margaret Pross, Main Street Gardnerville; Norma Santoyo, Douglas County; Heidi Saucedo, Bently Enterprises and Coleen Thran-Zepeda, Novus Auto Glass and the Chamber.
The class spent their days focusing on specific areas of life in Douglas County and over the course of the year, heard from more 120 presenters. At the luncheon, the class will receive their diplomas and hear from Dr. Carol Lucey, retired President of Western Nevada College.
The graduation luncheon will take place at the Lakes Course at Genoa Lakes Golf Club at Noon, and alumni and members of the community may attend. The cost for the luncheon is $25 and reservations may be made by calling the Chamber office at 782-8144.
Organizers have announced that the LDC Class of 2015, which begins in January, is completely full. For more information about Leadership Douglas County and to be on the list for the 2016 program, contact the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce.
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