LEADERSHIP Coshocton County hosted a welcome reception at Clary Gardens on August 23, with dessert from Shoemaker Farms. Members of the 2023 Leadership Coshocton County Class joined their families, supporters, Leadership Alumni, and Leadership Advisory Board members for a formal welcome and kickoff of the program year.
32nd Leadership Class Coshocton County was welcomed by Executive Director Betsy Gosnell and thanked alumni and program supporters for their continued involvement. Clary Gardens Director and LCC 2016 Alumna Jandi Adams welcomed her class to Clary Gardens. This was followed by a welcome from Coshocton Foundation executive his director Bob Pell (LCC 1997). Casey Newell (LCC 2010), Chair of the Leadership Advisory Board. Bri Celeschi (LCC 2021) also addressed the group and provided program information to prepare the cohorts for the year ahead.
Members of the 2022 Leadership Coshocton County Class include Matthew Armstrong and Jones Metal Products. Evan Fisher, People’s Bank. Nathan Gibson, Gibson Interior Painting; Erin Gotwals, Strawberry Hill Farm; Karri Millward Harstine, Riverview Local School District. Tammy Hicks, West Lafayette Village. Alonna Hoffman, OSU Extension, Coshocton County. Jackie Householder, Echoing Hills Residential Center. Cory Humphreys, McWane Ductile OH. Kevin Ringers, Retired. Cathy Spain, aspire to/Licking County, COTC-Coshocton; Angie Williamson, City of Coshocton.
The program year runs Sunday and Monday, September 11-12, at the Salt Fork Lodge and Conference Center, facilitated by Emily Adams and Jenny Strickler of the Ohio State University Extension in Coshocton County. begins with an opening retreat. And revived with Erin George and Dr. Vicky Maple, Vicky.
Leadership Coshocton County is a program of the Coshocton Foundation and receives funding from the Willard S. and Helen F. Bleon Discretionary Fund. McWane Ductile Community Grant; Schooler Family Fund and individual donations. This nine-month leadership development program will explore and visit historical sites, businesses, government, non-profit organizations, and social service agencies in Coshocton County, with sessions each month built on the lessons presented at the opening retreat. It would be held. In addition, members acquire leadership skills through a nationally recognized online leadership curriculum, Positive Leadership. Chapter readings covering leadership competencies reinforce experiential learning on each monthly program day, enabling each member to foster leadership growth. Each class is tasked with developing and seeing through to completion a community project that addresses an unmet need in the community. Examples of past projects include Salvation Army pantry renovations. The sheriff’s office bulletproof vest fundraiser and the completion of Lake’s Park Remembrance Garden.
The program year concludes in May with a closing session and graduation ceremony, where participants reaffirm the competencies they have learned through positive leadership.
Registration deadline for 2024 classes is June 1st. For more information, please contact Executive Director Betsy Gosnell. [email protected].
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