Leadership Clinton County learns about business and economic development

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Participants of Leadership Clinton County had the opportunity to learn about the process of economic development by meeting with those who play a huge part in that process. Representatives from the Clinton County Economic Partnership, Lock Haven University Small Business Development Center, SEDA-COG and PPL Electric Utilities gave an in-depth description of their involvement in economic development. Participants learned the importance of transportation, utilities, infrastructure, quality of life, and more. Participants also spoke to two local realtors on Clinton County’s real estate market now and what it might hold for the future. First Quality Tissue hosted the afternoon session which provided an opportunity to learn more about the First Quality family and their sister companies. Pictured are Leadership Clinton County participants, from left, back, Erica Hardy, Joey Sanders, Jim Heiney, Michael Hall, Nick Walker, Joby Topper, AJ Radle, Karina Guerrero (FQ Staff), Norman Westerbaan; front, Misty Mark, Amber Malek, Denise Maris, Tammy Lannan, Lillian Tyson, Sarah Martz. Sponsors for this session were Clinton County Community Foundation; Clinton County Economic Partnership; Clinton County Government; Leadership Clinton County Alumni Association; Lock Haven FOE #4298; First Quality; M&T Bank; PPL Electric Utilities. To apply to become a participant in Leadership Clinton County, contact April Henry-Bittner at 570-748-5782, for an application and more information.

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