Leasership Wayne County class chosen
By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on October 15, 2006 2:00 AM
From staff reports
The 2006-07 Leadership Wayne County Class began its year with a retreat to Camp Seafarer in Arapohoe.
The 19-member class met at the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 15 and spent a day and a half participating in team-building exercises, building trust and camaraderie.
Only a week later on Sept. 21, the class was introduced at the Wayne County Business After Hours. Class members will now meet one Friday a month for the next seven months for educational sessions that offer an inside look into Wayne County and show ways to get involved in the community. Also, class members will have the opportunity to participate in board training sessions, which is a new component to leadership training that is received in Leadership Wayne County.
During the next seven months the class will choose, design and implement a project to benefit the county and its citizens. Upon successful completion of the 2006-07 program, class members will graduate in May 2007.
Leadership Wayne County's goal is to create a corps of leaders who are dedicated to the betterment of the community through service. The program is designed to assist emerging leaders as well as individuals who have demonstrated leadership potential to prepare them for leadership positions in local business, industry, non-profit and community and governmental affairs. The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce and the Wayne Charitable Partnership sponsor the program.
The 2006-07 class consists of Sandra Allen, Village of Walnut Creek; Veloris Alleen, City of Goldsboro; Christy Barnes, Partnership for Children; Kimberly Best, Partnership for Children; Marcellus Best III, Young Life Wayne County; Raymond Burrell, Wayne Community College; Dr. Beverly Buscemi, O'Berry Center; Rachelle Crabtree, Plum Tree Gardens Bed and Breakfast; Kenneth Derksen, Wayne County Public Schools; Gregory Enloe, Cooper Bussmann; James Faulk Jr., Shumate-Faulk Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc.; Jessica Hyatt, Wayne County Cooperative Extension Service; Richard Lambert, 4MSS/DPF, Airmen and Family Readiness Center; Wade Layton, Branch Bank and Trust; Henry Mangum, Hilex Poly Co.; Shannon Mann, 916th Air Refueling Wing, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base; Leigh Strickland, Gov. Charles B. Aycock Birthplace; Brenda Warren, Wayne Memorial Hospital; Carey Winders, Wayne County sheriff.
For more information on the program or an application for next year, call the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce at 734-2241.
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