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Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce seeks nominations for leadership program
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The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the 2015-2016 Leadership Hall County.

Since 1983, the Leadership Hall County program has provided a learning experience for existing and emerging leaders of the Greater Hall area. Participants include a cross-section of individuals 25 years of age or older who develop knowledge of the community through a series of one-day sessions from August through April.

Topics include quality of life, education, health and social services, city and state governments, judicial and economic development.

Tuition is $800 for chamber members and $970 for nonchamber members, which includes a one-year chamber individual membership. Each participant is responsible for paying the tuition. Fees cover materials, monthly program expenses, annual retreat, graduation reception and more.

A commitment of 100 percent attendance is required.

Individuals must be nominated by March 15. Once an applicant is nominated, he or she will be asked to complete a detailed application. A selection committee reviews all applicants, and participants are selected from all applications submitted.

To make a nomination for Leadership Hall County, contact Dana Miller, vice president of Education, 770-532-6206, ext. 113, or email:


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