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Leadership Door County begins 30th year

Leadership Door County hits an important milestone with this year’s upcoming class. The class of 2020 is the program’s 30th in its history as it focuses on the area’s history, government, healthcare, education, arts, and more. Leadership Door County President Dawn Vandevoort says the people have been able to learn a lot about the community they serve by visiting with local businesses and organizations.

The class, which is made up of Ben Nelson, Michelle Johnson, Lauren Bremer, Gary Brinn, Chad Welch, Amy Frank and Shannon Rass, will work together to create a class project to benefit the community before it graduates in June. Past Leadership Door County projects include a mentorship program for the Volunteer Center of Door County, a fundraising kickoff for the Door County Sheriff’s K-9 Program, and a kayak launch at the Cove at Crossroads at Big Creek.

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