Cedar Creek Lake Chamber Leadership Class

I was a member of the Cedar Creek Lake Area Chamber Leadership class for 2012-2013. Our class met monthly beginning last Fall, touring facilities and meeting with various local leaders. Topics included city and county government, the Texas Legislature, healthcare, education, economic development and police and fire departments.

We just finished the course in July. It was an interesting and an eye opening experience for me; I learned quite a bit about how our community works.  The lake area is not one town but several small towns, and learning how it all fits together was enlightening for a city guy like me.

I understand many Chambers of Commerce throughout the U.S. offer a Leadership class; if you’re lucky enough to have one in your area, I highly recommend it!

Monitor Photo/Susan Harrison Cedar Creek Lake Area Chamber of Commerce president Jo Ann Hanstrom (center front row) presents the 2012-13 Leadership Class with plaques July 11. Graduates pictured (front row from left) are Linda Fernald, Hanstom, Rev. Dana Coker, (middle row from left) Becky Hepker, Mendy Davis, Gina Dieterich, Laura Capehart, (back row from left) Will Grissom and Rich Casey. Not pictured are Timothy Cline, Tobi Story, Bruce Lawrence and Sherry Andrus.

Monitor Photo/Susan Harrison
Cedar Creek Lake Area Chamber of Commerce president Jo Ann Hanstrom (center front row) presents the 2012-13 Leadership Class with plaques on July 11. Graduates pictured (front row from left) are Linda Fernald, Hanstom, Rev. Dana Coker, (middle row from left) Becky Hepker, Mendy Davis, Gina Dieterich, Laura Capehart, (back row from left) Will Grissom and Rich Casey. Not pictured are Timothy Cline, Tobi Story, Bruce Lawrence and Sherry Andrus.

Leadership Class Meets with County Judge Richard Sanders (far right in this picture)

Last Fall, the  Class Met with County Judge Richard Sanders (the far right in this picture)

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Retired Corporate Communications manager. Still obsessed with social media, computers and ham radio.
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