Leadership Clinton County celebrates kick-off of 22nd class
LOCK HAVEN — Sixteen new participants of Leadership Clinton County recently gathered for an extensive two-day opening retreat to kick-off their training as future leaders of Clinton County.
Participants were involved in a variety of communication and teambuilding exercises.
These exercises were designed to help the participants get acquainted, learn trust, and to understand the importance of effective communication and teamwork.
Participants were also introduced to a personal assessment tool to help them learn more about themselves, others and how to deal in situations where relationships are involved.
The retreat ended with the class selecting local organizations to volunteer their time while participating in the program.
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 22nd year, with 281 graduates. “Once again, we have a great group of participants who are passionate about our community. It’ll be exciting to see how they grow over the next nine months” said Leadership Coordinator April Bittner.
Leadership Clinton County’s supporting sponsors for the retreat include APC International, Ltd.; BHE GT&S Berkshire Hathaway Energy; Bob Thompson-Diversified Asset Planners, Inc.; Central PA Auto Auction, Inc.; Clinton County Commissioners; Clinton County Community Foundation; Clinton County Economic Partnership; First Quality; Kiwanis Club of Lock Haven; Leadership Clinton County Alumni Association; M&T Bank; M&R Contracting, Inc.; PPL Foundation; Sons and Daughters of Italy Loggia Giosue Carducci Lodge 146; Terrapin Care Station; The Muncy Bank & Trust Company; and Woodlands Bank
Businesses and community members interested in supporting the Leadership Clinton County program are encouraged to contact April Bittner at 570-748-5782 or email@example.com.