Leadership academy program graduates 10

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First row, from left, Eber Menjivar, Brett Pund, Emily Fuhs, Tammy Sermersheim and Tyson Bredemeier. Back row, from left, Jayme Lindauer, Janessa Wolf, Ansley Jenkins, Mary Champion and Emily Peak.

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Dubois County Leadership Academy participants officially graduated from the annual program Thursday.

This year’s class members were: Ansley Jenkins of Springs Valley Bank & Trust, Emily Peak of the Jasper Arts Center, Tammy Sermersheim of German American Bancorp, Jayme Lindauer and Mary Champion of Vincennes University Jasper Campus, Brett Pund of Indiana Furniture, Emily Fuhs and Eber Menjivar of Kimball Electronics, Janessa Wolf of the City of Jasper and Tyson Bredemeier of the City of Huntingburg.

The Dubois County Leadership Academy launched in 2011 as an avenue for training leaders from across the county. The 10 Participants in this year’s program have met since April to hear from established community and business leaders and work on capstone projects, which are designed to provide a benefit and/or create a positive result for local communities.

Five participants are in the process of bringing a musical instrument park — which will include five pieces of weatherproof equipment — to Ferdinand’s 18th Street Park. The other group of five is expanding the Little Free Library program across the county.




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