Leaders current and future


Emily Osborne (center) navigates through a team-building exercise with a little help from her new LC friends including, clockwise from left, Dalton Wood, Lance Beus, Melissa Puckett, Zanna Haines, Jeanne Pope, Josh Martin and Marian Miller.

Emily Osborne (center) navigates through a team-building exercise with a little help from her new LC friends including, clockwise from left, Dalton Wood, Lance Beus, Melissa Puckett, Zanna Haines, Jeanne Pope, Josh Martin and Marian Miller.


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The 32nd class of Leadership Clinton — the Class of 2019 — met and got to know each other through team-building experiences as they gathered for the first time, and for a full day, at Camp Kirkwood last Friday led by LC staff including Cathy Koerner and Terry Habermehl. Leadership Clinton programs “develop the county’s greatest resource — people — by enhancing their leadership skills and experiences” with the mantra “Develop, Inspire, and Connect People Today to Shape Our Tomorrows.” From left are class members: front, Emily Osborne of the Wilmington News Journal, Melissa Puckett of Ohio Living Cape May, Jeanne Pope of the City of Wilmington, Marian Miller of the City of Wilmington, Zanna Haines of Southern State Community College, and Shannon McGowan of Laurel Oaks Career Campus; back, Brady Stevens of the American Legion/VFW, Lance Beus of Clinton Memorial Hospital, Josh Martin of First State Bank, and Dalton Wood of Stromberg Chiropractic.


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Emily Osborne (center) navigates through a team-building exercise with a little help from her new LC friends including, clockwise from left, Dalton Wood, Lance Beus, Melissa Puckett, Zanna Haines, Jeanne Pope, Josh Martin and Marian Miller.

The 32nd class of Leadership Clinton — the Class of 2019 — met and got to know each other through team-building experiences as they gathered for the first time, and for a full day, at Camp Kirkwood last Friday led by LC staff including Cathy Koerner and Terry Habermehl. Leadership Clinton programs “develop the county’s greatest resource — people — by enhancing their leadership skills and experiences” with the mantra “Develop, Inspire, and Connect People Today to Shape Our Tomorrows.” From left are class members: front, Emily Osborne of the Wilmington News Journal, Melissa Puckett of Ohio Living Cape May, Jeanne Pope of the City of Wilmington, Marian Miller of the City of Wilmington, Zanna Haines of Southern State Community College, and Shannon McGowan of Laurel Oaks Career Campus; back, Brady Stevens of the American Legion/VFW, Lance Beus of Clinton Memorial Hospital, Josh Martin of First State Bank, and Dalton Wood of Stromberg Chiropractic.

Emily Osborne (center) navigates through a team-building exercise with a little help from her new LC friends including, clockwise from left, Dalton Wood, Lance Beus, Melissa Puckett, Zanna Haines, Jeanne Pope, Josh Martin and Marian Miller.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/08/web1_DSC-0090.jpgEmily Osborne (center) navigates through a team-building exercise with a little help from her new LC friends including, clockwise from left, Dalton Wood, Lance Beus, Melissa Puckett, Zanna Haines, Jeanne Pope, Josh Martin and Marian Miller. Courtesy photo

The 32nd class of Leadership Clinton — the Class of 2019 — met and got to know each other through team-building experiences as they gathered for the first time, and for a full day, at Camp Kirkwood last Friday led by LC staff including Cathy Koerner and Terry Habermehl. Leadership Clinton programs “develop the county’s greatest resource — people — by enhancing their leadership skills and experiences” with the mantra “Develop, Inspire, and Connect People Today to Shape Our Tomorrows.” From left are class members: front, Emily Osborne of the Wilmington News Journal, Melissa Puckett of Ohio Living Cape May, Jeanne Pope of the City of Wilmington, Marian Miller of the City of Wilmington, Zanna Haines of Southern State Community College, and Shannon McGowan of Laurel Oaks Career Campus; back, Brady Stevens of the American Legion/VFW, Lance Beus of Clinton Memorial Hospital, Josh Martin of First State Bank, and Dalton Wood of Stromberg Chiropractic.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/08/web1_DSC_0007.jpgThe 32nd class of Leadership Clinton — the Class of 2019 — met and got to know each other through team-building experiences as they gathered for the first time, and for a full day, at Camp Kirkwood last Friday led by LC staff including Cathy Koerner and Terry Habermehl. Leadership Clinton programs “develop the county’s greatest resource — people — by enhancing their leadership skills and experiences” with the mantra “Develop, Inspire, and Connect People Today to Shape Our Tomorrows.” From left are class members: front, Emily Osborne of the Wilmington News Journal, Melissa Puckett of Ohio Living Cape May, Jeanne Pope of the City of Wilmington, Marian Miller of the City of Wilmington, Zanna Haines of Southern State Community College, and Shannon McGowan of Laurel Oaks Career Campus; back, Brady Stevens of the American Legion/VFW, Lance Beus of Clinton Memorial Hospital, Josh Martin of First State Bank, and Dalton Wood of Stromberg Chiropractic. Tom Barr | News Journal