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County leaders class graduates
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MONROE - Nineteen members of the Green County Leaders Class of 2010-2011 finished the intense nine-month coursework and became GC Leaders graduates May 18, at a special banquet held in their honor at the Heritage House Restaurant.Members of the class include Alicia Augsburger, Associate Attorney-Duxstad & Bestul, SC; Andrea Crandall, Credit Analyst-Colony Brands, Inc.; Ginger Croft, Director of Development-Pleasant View Nursing Home; Dan Demuth, Personal Banker-Wisconsin Community Bank; Jan Everson, RN-Monroe Clinic; Joe Faust, Corporate Trainer-Colony Brands, Inc.; Maggie Fuchs, PFS Supervisor-Monroe Clinic; Beth Heller, AVP Branch Manager-Bank of New Glarus; Terry Hensel, Administrator-Pleasant View Nursing Home; Suzann Holland, Director-Monroe Public Library; Laurie LaBarre, Marketing Services Coordinator-Integrated Marketing Solutions; Melissa Leverington, Customer Service-StyleLine Bavaro Ltd; Joni Marie Marty, Assistant Director-Green County Health Department; Dave Murphy, Director of Construction-Precision Drive & Control, Inc.; Gabrielle Rude, Director of Quality Management-Monroe Clinic; Bernie Schultz-Senior Marketing Specialist-Monroe Clinic; Erin Sedlmayr, Human Resources Generalist-Monroe Clinic; Mary Kay Stone, Senior Copywriter, Colony Brands, Inc.; and Tracey Wren, Continuing Education Coordinator-Blackhawk Technical College.This was the ninth class to graduate from the program. The program, which held its full-day orientation in August, covered various aspects of leadership and leadership development, along with information about the Green County community, history, infrastructure, government, natural resources, businesses, economy, and resources.The classes were held throughout the county, allowing members a chance to get to know the various communities in Green County. To further develop their leadership skills, participants created teams to complete a final class project focused on helping Green County.

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