Project Leadership looking for new recruits

Project Leadership of Huron County had its annual alumni breakfast seminar and mixer March 13 at the Norwalk High School Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center art gallery. Prospective class members for next year were invited to experience an organized Project Leadership event and meet with board members and active alumni.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Project Leadership of Huron County had its annual alumni breakfast seminar and mixer March 13 at the Norwalk High School Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center art gallery.

Prospective class members for next year were invited to experience an organized Project Leadership event and meet with board members and active alumni.

Reflector columnist Jim Busek was chosen to speak to the alumni and described several stories of personal success within the community and praised the level of generosity that he has seen from its members. He encouraged the audience to gravitate toward a higher calling by involving themselves in leadership roles and organizations such as Project Leadership. Donations were furnished by several members of the community and were awarded to winners of a raffle drawing. Alumni member Gary Bauer took home the grand prize of two tickets to a Cavs game thanks to a donation by Mike Adelman/WLKR.

The Project Leadership program was created to ensure the continuing vitality of our community by providing for a planned and ongoing source of motivated leaders who are educated on the community and its issues, trained to accept future key roles in Norwalk and the Huron County area, as well as assisting them in their present positions. Those interested in participating in next year's class should contact program consultant Melissa Cameron at (419) 668-4869.