Southern Indiana Living

MAR-APR 2018

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Mar/Apr 2018 • 26 Community in Schools NEW SITE SPARKS CELEBRATION The public gathered recently for the ribbon-cuĴing at the Communities in Schools of Clark County's new location at 4403 Hamburg Pike/Suite C in Jeffersonville. Thanks to business, community, and volunteer support, the non-profit's in- and out-of-school pro- grams and services touch the lives of more than 4,500 students and their families each year. Speakers at Leadership SI's Breakfast Series opener were (in back) Floyd County Sheriff Frank Loop and Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel. With them are MaĴ Neely, Nexgen Pro - gram Chair; and, in front, Advisory Board Member Sue Christopher, who moderated the program, and Bryan Wickens, Leadership SI alumnus. Right: Among the Board Mem- bers are: Dr. Kim Hartlage, Assis- tant Superintendent/Elementary of Greater Clark Schools; Cathy Graninger, founding Executive Director; Dr. Polly Hendricks, Board Chair; Julie Moorman, Ex- ecutive Director; Dayleen Ragains, German-American Bank; and Josh Kornberg, Ivy Tech Foundation. Your Community presented by These pages are sponsored by Idealogy Leadership Southern Indiana SHERIFFS ON MENU FOR BREAKFAST Leadership Southern Indiana's first program in its popular Breakfast Series for 2018 featured Floyd County Sheriff Frank Loop and Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel. Their overview of several aspects of their roles and the communities plus an - swers to audience questions captivated the crowd in the IU Southeast Hoosier Room. Leadership SI's valuable programs to engage, develop, and mobilize regional leaders to serve and transform the communities are enrolling this season. Left: Among the bevy of supporters are Jeffersonville Fire Department Sgt. Justin Ames, Jeffersonville Po- lice Officer Amber Tharp, and John Whitbeck, German American Bank. Among teens in Leadership SI's NexGen Program who aĴended were: Julia Anderson of Rock Creek Community Academy; and Charlestown High School students Isabelle Zimmerman, Adela Zimbro, Chase Fellows, Grace Sellers, and Riley Wampler.

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