2019 Leadership Seneca County Graduates (left to right): Brett Hotelling, Ryan Herr, Brody Fultz, Mandi Gruss, Roohani Dogra, Chelsea Wendler, Michelle McLaughlin, Beth Wojdyla, Anabel Montgomery, Sam Hunt, Tracey Sherman, Ryan Huss, Jacob Price. Back row Stacy Thallman, Kendra Shearer, Michelle Ickes.
Not pictured Dan Clark, Crystal Thomas.
Leadership Seneca County was hosted by the Juvenile Courts on Wednesday, May 8th. The theme of the class session was the importance of building trust. Coordinator Kim Radison began the day with a discussion to determine what trust means for each participant. Magistrate Tiffany Cavanaugh led the class through a mock trial, followed by a class tour of the Seneca County Youth Center. The class then toured the Tiffin Fire Department and the Tiffin Police Department while learning about the important role trust plays in their work. Finally, Judge Michael Kelbley ended the day with a review of the PIVOT program, a drug recovery program that started last year in Seneca County and recently received a $2 million expansion grant.
Leadership Seneca County participants enjoyed a graduation ceremony and dinner following the class session. The class invited family and employers to help them celebrate. Tonya Breidenbach, Leadership Seneca County Board Chair welcomed everyone to the 2019 Graduation Ceremony. There were 18 class members from around Seneca County. Seneca Juvenile/Probate Court Administrator Teresa Copp spoke to the LSC Class of 2019.
Teresa Copp, Keynote Speaker (Left), Kim Radison, Leadership Seneca County Program Coordinator (Middle), and Tonya Breidenbach, Leadership Seneca County Board Chair (Right).
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