Given the initial intent to have a Leadership Johnson County class every two years, coordinator Ashlee Bassett has to be pleased with starting the program’s 3rd class in as many years…
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The current class boasts 19 participants… larger than either of the two previous classes.
New Buffalo City Councilman Scott Madsen saw the program as an opportunity of improving leadership skills that will be useful as he serves in his elected position…
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The class will be traveling to Cheyenne with the leadership class from Sheridan next week for an opportunity to see the 64th Wyoming State Legislature in action.
The rest of the curriculum includes sessions on local government, health care, small business and many other aspects of the community.
With the exception of August, they will continue to meet monthly throughout the year before holding the class graduation in October.