Organizers have finalized the agenda for the two-day retreat to kick off the 2016-17 class of Leadership Hancock County.
The 25 class members will gather at the Hancock County Public Library for a series of exercises, presentations and conversations as they begin their studies for the leadership academy. Among the exercises will be the popular Scavenger Hunt, in which the class members break up into teams and travel throughout the county in a series of quests.
The Scavenger Hunt is being sponsored by Griggsby’s Station restaurant in downtown Greenfield. The group will gather for dinner at the restaurant at the conclusion of the Scavenger Hunt. The winning team will receive gift cards from Griggsby’s Station and LHC.
New to the retreat this year is a panel discussion on teamwork, which will take place at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday. The blue-ribbon panel will discuss teamwork and how collaboration leads to success. (For more on the panel, click on the link below.)
The retreat was organized by a volunteer committee of day chairs. They are: Kara Harrison, Hancock County Community Foundation; Donnie Munden, Hancock County Sheriff’s Department; Jesse Keljo, Hancock County Public Library; and Cody Flood, also a member of the library’s staff.
You can look over the schedule by clicking on the link below.