The Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce holds a class to teach people about healthcare. The Leadership Calhoun County classes are designed to prepare and build leadership resources within the county. LCC students meet once a month, and this month’s class focused on healthcare.
Participants traveled to health facilities learning about what each business has to offer the community. Chamber of Commerce Programs Director Krychelle Smith says these classes benefit everyone.
Several business owners and Chamber members participate in the leadership program. One participant, Family Links Executive Director Cotina Stroud has lived in Calhoun County for most of her life and says she learns something new every month as she participates in LCC classes.
The goals for the LCC are to motivate participants to achieve their leadership potential, to bring people together, and to encourage leaders to discuss the future direction of Calhoun County. If you are interested in joining, the application process begins in May, and interviews will follow in June.