Leadership Logan County class graduates

Leadership Graduating Class 2017

The most recent class of Leadership Logan County sponsored by the Logan County Chamber of Commerce recently graduated in a program at Myeerah Nature Preserve. The nine-month program focuses on building strong leaders, encouraging personal growth and development, providing opportunities to give back to the community, and familiarizing participants with all that Logan County has available. The program started up again in 2016 after a five-year hiatus and a newly developed program. Those completing the program included Seth Allen of Preferred Benefits Services Agency Inc.; Lisa Ballenger of First Federal Community Bank; Danielle Berger of YMCA Camp Willson; Tom Denbow of Mary Rutan Hospital; Andrea Dicke of Farm Credit Mid-America; Kim Eagy and Laura Haverkos of Logan Acres Senior Community; Andy Fissel, Bellefontaine City Fire Department chief; Adam Fullerton of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office; Dave Harmon, Benjamin Logan Local School District superintendent; Barb Harpst of Citizens Federal Savings & Loan; Darrin Haubert of Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network LLC; Debra Morris of Logan County Board of DD; Pat Myers, Logan County recorder; Kyle Overly of Clark Schaefer Hackett CPAs & Business Consultants; Michael Predmore of RTC Industries Inc.; Tiffany Pulfer of Maze Hearing & Balance LLC; Crystal Roebuck of Honda of America Mfg. Inc.; Gwyn Stetler of Hilliker YMCA; and Ben Vollrath of DP&L. Applications are being taken by the chamber for the 2018 class. Anyone interested can learn more about the program by visiting www.logancountyohio.com and clicking on Leadership Logan County or by calling the chamber at (937) 599-5121. (PHOTO | LOGAN COUNTY CHAMBER)