Leadership Coshocton County graduates class of 2020

| August 5, 2020

The Leadership Coshocton County Class of 2020 included: Front row, from left – Debbie Christmas, Leanne Allison, Samantha Daugherty, Autumn Hendershot, Gwendolyn Bordenkircher, Kelli Darr; second row – Betsy Gosnell, executive director, Angela Locke, Mackenzie Grant, Tonya Bevins, Jennifer Croft, Jolinda Kistler, Sherri Gibson, Reba Kocher, Amy Bourne; third row – Kayley Andrews, Pat Snyder, Joshua Williams, Valerie Shaw, Opha Lawson Jr.; absent – Brittany Coon. (Submitted)

The Leadership Coshocton County Class of 2020 held a graduation lunch on July 30, at the Warehouse Restaurant patio. Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the formal graduation ceremony was postponed from May to July and included members of the class. While lacking in the “normal” pomp and circumstance of a traditional graduation, this did not deter the class members from celebrating their successes this year. The gathering was an opportunity to come together one final time to share fond memories and reflect upon their year in leadership.

Members of the Leadership Coshocton County Class of 2020 include: Leanne Allison; Kayley Andrews; Tonya Bevins; Gwen Bordenkircher; Amy Bourne; Debbie Christmas; Brittany Coon; Jennifer Croft; Kelli Darr; Samantha Daugherty; Sherri Gibson; Mackenzie Grant; Autumn Hendershot; Jolinda Kistler; Reba Kocher; Opha Lawson Jr.; Angela Locke; Valerie Shaw; Pat Snyder and Josh Williams.
The class of 2020 completed two worthy projects for the community: Painting the dairy barn at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds and accepting sponsorships from local businesses to purchase artificial Christmas trees for individuals impacted by the West Lafayette flooding in June 2019. Ornaments were also donated by Auer Ace Hardware for distribution alongside the trees.
Leadership Coshocton County is a program of the Coshocton Foundation. For more information contact Betsy Gosnell, executive director, at 740-622-0010; email, [email protected] or visit the website at www.coshoctonfoundation.org/leadership.

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