Welcome To CCLI
2014 Outstanding Community Leader Award Recipients
Leadership Clinton Class of 2015
2015 Dinner In The Fields
Welcome
To CCLI
"Volunteerism and the spirit of cooperation are a significant part of what our country was founded on and what Clinton County is all about" ~ Joy Leverich, M.D.
2014
Outstanding Community Leader Award Recipients
Scott Homer, CCLI Executive Director, Recipients: Posthumous Roy Joe Stuckey (received by his daughter), Pastor Paul Crisp, David L. Raizk
Leadership
Clinton Class of 2015
Front Row (l to r) Michelle Horner, Pamela Ade, Sarah Fear, Cheryl Fisher. Back Row (l to r) Scott Holmer, Executive Director, Brent Snively, Bethany Yost, Mindy Markey-Grabill.
2015
Dinner In The Fields
Dinner in the Fields at the Larrick Family Farm 7 August.

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Welcome to the Clinton County Leadership Institute

Leadership Clinton is a unique communityleadership opportunity designed to enhance the development of existing & future leaders for Clinton County. Participants explore critical issues & opportunities with knowledgeable speakers, existing community leaders & effective facilitators, & participate in a variety of experimental activities including a community enhancement team project.

Program Goals

⟿ Develop a source of informed, civic-oriented leaders interested in the future of Clinton County

⟿ Offer existing & emerging leaders an understanding of issues & opportunities facing Clinton County

⟿ Improve the quality of life in Clinton County through community engagement

⟿ Increase the quality & quantity of men & women accepting leadership roles in varied community & civic organizations

Benefits of Participation

⟿ Develop & expand network of business & community leaders:

⟿ Discuss issues, opportunities, & potential solutions

⟿ Enhance leadership & teambuilding skills

⟿ Build working relationships & commitment to benefit Clinton County

Time Commitment

⟿ MANDATORY Overnight Leadership Retreat in August/September.

⟿ 10 full-day class sessions September through May

⟿ Team project in addition to class sessions

⟿ Community Project Report & Graduation in June

Program Investment Cost $1,500

Latest News

LC Class 29 began with the Opening Retreat on August 28-29, 2015.

LCYC Class of 2016 starts the year with a visit September 17th at Stepping Stones ranch.

History and Culture of Clinton County Day September 24th

The Cobbler Booth for the 22nd year will be set up at the Corn Festival September 11-13, 2015. Come and enjoy our delicious cobbler and ice cream…

SAVE THE DATE "Thursday, November 5th for an Alumni Get Together at the Eagles located at 141 E. Sugartree Street.