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The 2017-2018 Leadership Woodford County class met on March 1 for their monthly class. The topic for the day was “Education in Woodford County.” The group heard about homeschooling from Theresa and Matt Vanzant, toured Midway University, learned about services of our public library from Stacy Thurman, heard about community education from Kathy Hogg, and toured the Kentucky Community and Technical College Administration building. The day ended at Woodford County High School hearing from Scott Hawkins, Rob Akers, and Jennifer Forgy as well as the Community Activism Class. This program is sponsored by the Woodford County Cooperative Extension Service and the Woodford County Chamber of Commerce. It provides a forum for leaders and future leaders to study our community and learn the skills they will need to help promote change, improve our quality of life, and lead. The program meets monthly through May featuring monthly one-day meetings that highlight different aspects of the community. Pictured, from left: Stephanie Grimes, Becky Baldwin, Cassie Prather, Stacy Thurman, Darryl Terry, Ben Tuttle, Chase Milner, Brad Lanham, Greg Gresham, Jimmy Chambers, and Jill Pritchard. Not pictured is Grace Gayheart. (Photo submitted)

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