Creating Class XVIII

Creating Class XVIII

Leadership Monroe County has begun its recruitment process for Class XVIII. Events are scheduled throughout the Keys this month to acquaint prospective class members with the program. Area alumni will be on hand to share their experiences and help determine who shows the qualities of Southern Florida’s next leaders. Revered alumni include Key West City Manager Jim Scholl, Womankind’s Executive Director Betsy Langan and State Attorney Prosecutor Manny Madruga, among others. Individuals interested in securing a spot in the next class should attend one of the socials to gain more insight about Leadership Monroe.

Socials
Friday, July 10 5:30 – 7:30 Hawk’s Kay MM 61
Friday, July 17 5:30 – 7:30 Pilot House Key Largo

RSVP to 289•9400 for both prospective members and alumni or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

For more information about Leadership Monroe County including requirements, the Class XVIII schedule and the application form, visit the group’s website at http://www.leadershipmonroe.org.

A recent pool party to meet with prospective class members made a splash at Key West’s Garden Hotel. Two more socials are scheduled for the month of July before the students are chosen. Study, in and out of the classroom, begins in October. A recent pool party to meet with prospective class members made a splash at Key West’s Garden Hotel

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