Leadership Woodford County, an annual program led by the Woodford County Cooperative Extension Service and the Woodford Chamber of Commerce, visited the Capital for State Government Day. The program, which meets monthly, provides a forum for leaders and future leaders to study the community and learn the skills they will need to help promote change, improve quality of life and lead. Front row, from left, are Lea Martin, Mary Hernandez, Tonya Cocanougher and Lisa Johnson. Back row, from left, are Justin Carrol, Robert Williams, Jackie Cecil, Julie Goodpaster, Leeann Bland, Jonathon Tilford and Rick Beasley.
Leadership Woodford County, an annual program led by the Woodford County Cooperative Extension Service and the Woodford Chamber of Commerce, visited the Capital for State Government Day. The program, which meets monthly, provides a forum for leaders and future leaders to study the community and learn the skills they will need to help promote change, improve quality of life and lead. Front row, from left, are Lea Martin, Mary Hernandez, Tonya Cocanougher and Lisa Johnson. Back row, from left, are Justin Carrol, Robert Williams, Jackie Cecil, Julie Goodpaster, Leeann Bland, Jonathon Tilford and Rick Beasley. Photo provided
Leadership Woodford County, an annual program led by the Woodford County Cooperative Extension Service and the Woodford Chamber of Commerce, visited the Capital for State Government Day. The program, which meets monthly, provides a forum for leaders and future leaders to study the community and learn the skills they will need to help promote change, improve quality of life and lead. Front row, from left, are Lea Martin, Mary Hernandez, Tonya Cocanougher and Lisa Johnson. Back row, from left, are Justin Carrol, Robert Williams, Jackie Cecil, Julie Goodpaster, Leeann Bland, Jonathon Tilford and Rick Beasley. Photo provided

Leadership Woodford County program in full swing

January 16, 2017 10:03 AM