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Leadership group explores conflict resolution

March 6, 2014

Leadership Whitley County Class 13 members, (from left), Landon Pearson, of Churubusco High School; Kim Waugh, of Eagle Tech Academy; Jenna Foreman, of 80/20, Inc.; Jeff Johnson, of Numerix; and Liz Deckard, of Bloom, Gates, Whiteleather discuss a conflict resolution situation.

COLUMBIA CITY — “Overcoming Conflicts,” was the main topic of discussion during the February session of Leadership Whitley County, held at the South Whitley Library.

The day’s session was sponsored by AgPlus.

Prior to the main program, Jeff Mize, CEO of AgPlus, shared an informative overview of the company’s services, their contribution to the local economy and their emphasis on community involvement.

Each Leadership Whitley County session incorporates an awareness segment featuring local information pertinent to our community or the class.

Leadership Whitley County truly appreciated the opportunity to showcase an agricultural segment of our community and have AgPlus support the 2013-2014 program as a sponsor.

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