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Leadership Coshocton County announces 2013 class

| September 27, 2012

Leadership Coshocton County Class of 2013

COSHOCTON – Leadership Coshocton County (LCC), a program of the Coshocton Foundation, recently announced the class of 2013. Participants were introduced at a reception on Sept. 6 at Roberta’s Catering Events and Banquet Hall.

The 2013 class participants are: Jill Bolitho, Pomerene, Burns & Skelton; Todd Cognion, Carl Cognion Construction, Inc.; Danielle Erwin, Erwin’s Family Eye Care; Doris Frank, Coshocton County Treasurer’s Office; Camila Graham, Coshocton Co. Clerk of Courts Office; Bryan Hardesty, Coshocton Co. Memorial Hospital; Renée Hardesty, Coshocton Port Authority; Whitney Marlatt, Coshocton Co. Memorial Hospital; Aimee Matusik, Coshocton Co. Juvenile Court; Josie McCormick, Coshocton County Beacon; Bob Nicholson, Coshocton County Board of DD; Sheila Reger, Coshocton Co. Job and Family Services; Shea Renner, Coshocton Village Inn & Suites; Kandy Sampsel, Ohio Heritage Bank; Robbin Sees, Long John Silvers; Kristi Timmons, Pomerene Center for the Arts; McKenna Toler, Coshocton Medical Specialists; Chip Udischas II, Coshocton Co. Sheriff’s Dept.; and Erin Zetty, Dean’s Jewelry.

To be considered as a participant in the Leadership Coshocton County program, an individual can either apply or be nominated, have demonstrated commitment to the community, have an interest in assuming a greater responsibility in the community, have the intention to remain in the community, have the full support of their employer and have the ability to attend all sessions plus an overnight retreat.

When selecting the class participants, the LCC Selection Committee makes a conscious effort to select a group with a balance of age, ethnic origin, gender, occupation, interest and geographic location in the county. This can often be a multiyear process. This diversity promotes and creates a class in which everyone stretches, grows and contributes to the uniqueness of our community.

A two-day kickoff retreat was held for the class on Sept. 16-17. This will be followed by eight monthly, daylong sessions that focus on leadership skills, transformational leadership opportunities and facets of Coshocton County. The program concludes in May with commencement of the class. Anyone interested in applying for the 2014 Leadership Coshocton County class can call the Leadership office at 740-622-0010 ext. 15.

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