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LEADership Academy Learns Small Business Development & Community Involvement

On Wednesday, March 9, participants in the 2016 Christian County LEADership program participated in a panel discussion on small business development and community involvement at the Christian County Extension Office in Taylorville. The discussion was led by a group of local business leaders and moderated by Kevin Lust, Director of the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Lincoln Land Community College.


There were community leaders and business owners who participated in the panel. They were Bob Dunn of Dunn’s Ambulance and Collections of Professions; Billy Williams of Computer Techniques, Inc. and TMH Foundation; Wendy O’Bryan of Taylorville Monogram by Design; Dr. Ronald Mizer of the Taylorville Kiwanis, and Elizabeth Hohenstein of KARMA Salon.


For this week, participants learned about Systems Thinking which was presented by Scott Stallman, Ph. D., Associate Vice President, Lincoln Land Community College outreach.


For more information about the Christian County LEADership program, contact the Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce at 824-4919 or University of Illinois Extension, Christian County Office at 287-7246. 

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