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Leadership Clinton County learns about local government

PHOTO PROVIDED County Commissioner Angela Harding talks about running for elected office.

LOCK HAVEN — Leadership Clinton County held a virtual session on Friday to educate its participants on Clinton County’s local government. Participants gained a better understanding of elections, public policy, how to influence outcomes and steps to run of office. Guest speakers included State Senator Cris Dush and his Field Representative Deborah Rudy, State Representative Stephanie Borowicz, County Commissioners Harding, Kessinger and Snyder, and Mayor Joel Long, Participants were also introduced to Clinton County department heads who spoke on the services their offices provide to our community.

Sponsors for this session included: BHE GT&S; Clinton County Commissioners; Clinton County Community Foundation; Clinton County Economic Partnership; First Quality; Leadership Clinton County Alumni Association; M&R Contracting, Inc.; M&T Bank; PPL Electric Utilities; Terrapin Care Station; The Bechdel Family; and UGI Central Penn Gas, Inc.

Leadership Clinton County is a comprehensive leadership development program for adults living and/or working in Clinton County. Organized by the Clinton County Economic Partnership, the Leadership program is now in its 21st year, with 263 graduates. People interested in making a difference in their own community and developing their personal leadership potential are encouraged to apply to Leadership Clinton County. Deadline for applications is July 1, 2021. Contact April Bittner at 570-748-5782, for an application and more information. www.clintoncountyinfo.com.

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