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LWC AWARDED: Youth involvement declared ‘innovative’

June 27, 2013

Colton Geiger (left) and Tiffany Schuman are two high school students involved in Leadership Whitley County. They hold an award LWC was given when recognized for its creative way to combine youth and adults together in leadership. Post & Mail photo / Christie Barkley

COLUMBIA CITY — Leadership Whitley County (LWC) recently received a state award for its creativity in combining youth and adults in community involvement.

“I didn’t feel right accepting this award on my own,” said Kelley Sheiss, program director for LWC. “This was really earned by those who had the vision to incorporate the youth into what we were doing.”

Given by the Indiana Leadership Association, LWC received the Innovation Award for 2013.

As a community outreach organization, LWC works to instruct adults in areas of communication, teamwork and civic duty.

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