Leadership Stephenville graduates Class of 2015, Accepting applications for 2016

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STEPHENVILLE (July 8, 2015) — The Stephenville Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Stephenville recently celebrated a year of community education and leadership development. Class members along with family, friends, sponsors and alumni enjoyed dinner at The N at Hardway Ranch as the graduates were recognized for completing the year long leadership program.

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Class of 2015 Graduates are:
David Asbill, Chief Operating Officer, Foster’s Home for Children
Joe Brown, County Commissioner, Erath County
L.V. Coffee, President, TexasBank
Willy DeJong, Owner, Hidden View Dairy
Dominic Dottavio, President, Tarleton State University
Brent Graves, Owner/Broker, United Country – Alliance Auction & Realty
Jason Halsey, Assistant Chief, Stephenville Police Department
Jamie Hayden, Owner/Broker, Hayden Real Estate
Edward Heinze, Pastor, Rocky Point Baptist Church
Ilda Martinez, Director of Critical Care & Medical Surgical, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital
Chris Moore, Operations Manager, FMC Technologies
Kerrie Pineda, Owner/Consultant, DFW HR Services LLC
Julia Stokes, Owner/Partner, Edwards & Stokes CPAs
Gary Sult, CPA/Shareholder, Boucher, Morgan & Young, PC
Matt Underwood, Superintendent, Stephenville ISD
Kenny Weldon, Mayor, City of Stephenville
The mission of the program is to expand understanding of leadership, broaden the knowledge of our greater community infrastructure, deepen the sense of quality within our community, and foster the responsibility of increased involvement in volunteer associations, neighborhoods, and the community as a whole. The curriculum focuses on the theory, practice and tools for effective leadership and their application to the cultural, economic, political and social dynamics of Stephenville. A series of nine full-day sessions offer learning opportunities and challenge participants to become actively involved in building a better tomorrow for Stephenville.

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Each class is required to work together on a project that benefits the community. The Class of 2015 has chosen to serve as an advisory team to the City of Stephenville to collaborate, advocate, resource, and enable the construction of a multipurpose facility that builds community relationships in Erath County and beyond. The team’s mission is to promote and advance the development, funding and construction of a multi-purpose facility for Stephenville and Erath County area residents in order to enhance the recreational, social, educational and cultural opportunities for young, and not so young.

If you are interested in applying for Leadership Stephenville and getting more involved with your community, the program is now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 class! July 31st is the deadline. Application and program details are available at The Chamber office located at 187 W. Washington Street or at www.stephenvilletexas.org.

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