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CLASS OF X XVII Aspen Custom Electronics TOMMY HALL, Leadership Stillwater VICKY JEROME, Re/MAX Signature Leadership Stillwater was designed in 1984 to ensure future civic leadership by devel- oping skills of emerging and potential leaders from all sectors of the community. Its Stillwater Medical Center CATHY KINDT, SHARYL PICKENS, Metro First Realty K AMI SHIPMAN, ERIN PORTMAN, Oklahoma State University DALE SORRELL, Shelter Insurance-Eick Agency JASON WHITE, ANGELA PRADIA, BancFirst Advantage Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Jason K. White, Ph.D. purpose is to identify and motivate potential leaders, acquaint those leaders with community needs and build a greater understanding of the nature of community KELSEY LEE, InterWorks BRIAN PRICE, Mercury Marine DR. KENT WILLIAMS, Trinity Veterinary Hospital leadership. In the process, participants are challenged to greater community involve- ment and communications are improved among present and future leaders repre- 62 T Innovation Pointe he objectives of Leadership Stillwater are accomplished through a in Stillwater, and the class completes a group project raising money series of educational sessions covering a broad spectrum of com- for a nonprofi t of their choosing. munity issues. Program resources include civic leaders, government The Chamber wrapped up 2018 with the completion of Class XXVII. offi cials, educators and experts from a variety of fi elds. Participants develop an in-depth understanding of the relationships and com- plexities of the community while broadening their communication and problem-solving skills. Each year, 25-30 men and women are selected from the Stillwater area for the program. Each participant must complete a nonprofi t board internship with a civic organization This class raised money for Payne County Youth Service’s new Sui- cide Prevention Program via various restaurant benefi t meals and The Saville Center INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING? Applications will open May 9, 2019. Contact the Chamber for details at (405) 372-5573. KELSIE MINER, OSU Career Services 63 OSU College of Education, Health & Aviation HARLIE RUNNER, a text-to-give campaign. Class XXVII participants joined the wait staff at T.S. Fork to kickstart the fundraiser before hosting benefi ts at Texas Roadhouse and Iron Monk. CODY MURRAY, Dentist Advisors CONGRATULATIONS CLASS X XVII SHERRY ALEX ANDER, NATHAN BRUBAKER, Northern Oklahoma College Oklahoma Department of Career & Technology Education HALEY ANNUSCHAT, CALI CRISSUP, Exchange Bank & Trust Co. KELSEY PROCTOR, of Stillwater Renaissance OSU Spears School of Business SHELBY CYPRET, CHRISTIAN OLDHAM, Simmons Bank SARAH GOLD, Living TSET Healthy BRYAN PADGETT, Church Redeemer BAILEY LEFTHAND, senting a broad cross section of the community.