Peoples awards $5K to Leadership Clinton


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Peoples Bancorp Foundation, a nonprofit corporation formed to make donations in Peoples Bank market areas, recently awarded $5,000 to Leadership Clinton. The grant will support ongoing adult and youth leadership programs. “Leadership Clinton is designed to enhance the development of future leaders for Clinton County,” said Ed Reilly, Peoples Bank Executive Vice President - Regional President. “We are proud of the organization’s accomplishments over the past 30 years and are pleased to support its initiatives.” Leadership Clinton is a unique community leadership opportunity designed to enhance the development of existing and future leaders for Clinton County. Participants explore critical issues and opportunities with knowledgeable speakers, existing community leaders, and effective facilitators. They also participate in a variety of experimental activities, including a community enhancement team project. Shown from left are Denise Smith (Leadership Institute), Mark Denniston (Leadership Institute), John “Buck” Minyo (Leadership Institute and Peoples Bank), Scott Holmer (Leadership Institute), Carolyn Matthews (Leadership Institute), Ed Reilly (Peoples Bank), and Shirley Haines (Peoples Bank).


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Peoples Bancorp Foundation, a nonprofit corporation formed to make donations in Peoples Bank market areas, recently awarded $5,000 to Leadership Clinton. The grant will support ongoing adult and youth leadership programs. “Leadership Clinton is designed to enhance the development of future leaders for Clinton County,” said Ed Reilly, Peoples Bank Executive Vice President – Regional President. “We are proud of the organization’s accomplishments over the past 30 years and are pleased to support its initiatives.” Leadership Clinton is a unique community leadership opportunity designed to enhance the development of existing and future leaders for Clinton County. Participants explore critical issues and opportunities with knowledgeable speakers, existing community leaders, and effective facilitators. They also participate in a variety of experimental activities, including a community enhancement team project. Shown from left are Denise Smith (Leadership Institute), Mark Denniston (Leadership Institute), John “Buck” Minyo (Leadership Institute and Peoples Bank), Scott Holmer (Leadership Institute), Carolyn Matthews (Leadership Institute), Ed Reilly (Peoples Bank), and Shirley Haines (Peoples Bank).

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Peoples Bancorp Foundation, a nonprofit corporation formed to make donations in Peoples Bank market areas, recently awarded $5,000 to Leadership Clinton. The grant will support ongoing adult and youth leadership programs. “Leadership Clinton is designed to enhance the development of future leaders for Clinton County,” said Ed Reilly, Peoples Bank Executive Vice President – Regional President. “We are proud of the organization’s accomplishments over the past 30 years and are pleased to support its initiatives.” Leadership Clinton is a unique community leadership opportunity designed to enhance the development of existing and future leaders for Clinton County. Participants explore critical issues and opportunities with knowledgeable speakers, existing community leaders, and effective facilitators. They also participate in a variety of experimental activities, including a community enhancement team project. Shown from left are Denise Smith (Leadership Institute), Mark Denniston (Leadership Institute), John “Buck” Minyo (Leadership Institute and Peoples Bank), Scott Holmer (Leadership Institute), Carolyn Matthews (Leadership Institute), Ed Reilly (Peoples Bank), and Shirley Haines (Peoples Bank).
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_LC-Peoples1.jpgPeoples Bancorp Foundation, a nonprofit corporation formed to make donations in Peoples Bank market areas, recently awarded $5,000 to Leadership Clinton. The grant will support ongoing adult and youth leadership programs. “Leadership Clinton is designed to enhance the development of future leaders for Clinton County,” said Ed Reilly, Peoples Bank Executive Vice President – Regional President. “We are proud of the organization’s accomplishments over the past 30 years and are pleased to support its initiatives.” Leadership Clinton is a unique community leadership opportunity designed to enhance the development of existing and future leaders for Clinton County. Participants explore critical issues and opportunities with knowledgeable speakers, existing community leaders, and effective facilitators. They also participate in a variety of experimental activities, including a community enhancement team project. Shown from left are Denise Smith (Leadership Institute), Mark Denniston (Leadership Institute), John “Buck” Minyo (Leadership Institute and Peoples Bank), Scott Holmer (Leadership Institute), Carolyn Matthews (Leadership Institute), Ed Reilly (Peoples Bank), and Shirley Haines (Peoples Bank). Courtesy photo

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