Leadership teaches valuable lessons

Published 10:13 pm Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Twelve people graduated from Selma-Dallas County Leadership Class 23 Monday night at Wallace Community College Selma.

The program brings people with different backgrounds together to learn about Selma’s needs and how they can serve as leaders in the community. It also gives them a chance to get a behind the scenes look at many Selma businesses and how they impact the community.

Listening to each graduate share their experience Monday night is a testimony to the program, and the good it does for Selma and Dallas County. Past graduates serve in all sorts of capacities throughout the community. Past classes have also been responsible for programs like Crime Stoppers and events like the Chili Cookoff.

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If you are considering going through the class, we highly encourage it. It is a great way to meet people and make connections with people from all walks of life.

Just like program director Callie Nelson said Monday night, we can’t wait to see what this year’s class of leaders do in the community. The possibilities are endless.