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Green County Leaders class graduates
Photo supplied The Green County Leaders Class of 2009-2010 includes: front, from left, John Bernstein, Pattie Salter, Anna Metz, Cathy Cryor Burgweger, Deb Weis, Jodi Gile; second row, Debra Villa, Holly Elmer, Alan Rufer; third row, AnnaMaria Bliven, Diane Rosenstiel, Jean Sinkule, Brenda Gehin; fourth row, Jennifer Kallembach, Kevin Indergand, Susan Davis; fifth row, Sue McGowan, Dave Jaquish, Steve Borowski; sixth row, Dan Berg, Mark Thompson.
MONROE - Twenty-one members of the Green County Leaders Class of 2009-2010 triumphantly finished the intense nine-month coursework and became GC Leaders graduates on May 18 at a special banquet held in their honor at the Monroe Country Club. This was the eighth class to graduate from the program.Class projects this year included the Pawlapalooza fund-raising event for the Green County Humane Society; a Help Make Green County Greener awareness campaign for schools and businesses; a Community Fund-raising prototype to help identify local businesses that could provide fund-raising dollars and keep all the money in the area; and a Homelessness Awareness Campaign that assisted the Homelessness Coalition.Members of the class included John Bernstein, alderman for City of Brodhead; Pattie Salter, clerk-treasurer for Town of New Glarus; AnnaMaria Bliven, Fowler Memorial Free Dental Clinic; Dave Jaquish, Jaquish Home Inspections; Steve Borowski, Anna Metz and Mark Thompson, Monroe Clinic; Alan Rufer, Precision Drive & Control; Susan Davis and Brenda Gehin, Reffue Pas Jacobson & Koster; Diane Rosenstiel, Rosenstiel Realty; Sue McGowan, St. Vincent de Paul; Cathy Cryor Burgweger, Sugar River Crossing Realty; Daniel Berg, Holly Elmer, Jodi Gile, Jennifer Kallembach and Deb Weis, The Swiss Colony; Kevin Indergand, Integrated Marketing Solutions; Debra Villa, USDA Rural Development and Jean Sinkule, Wisconsin Community Bank. Green County Leaders is made possible through a partnership of the Green County Development Corporation, Green County UW-Extension, the Monroe Campus of Blackhawk Technical College, and other area organizations and businesses.