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Leadership Hagerstown lists members of 19th class

October 16, 2005

The board of trustees of Leadership Hagerstown has selected 34 people to participate in the 19th class for 2005-06, according to Director Mary Anne Burke. They are:

Teresa Angle, Hagerstown Community College

Dale Bannon, United Way of Washington County

Christopher Bumbaugh, Washington County Health System

David Campbell, Sovereign Bank

Patty Edleblute, City of Hagerstown Parks & Recreation

Shula Finkelstein,Washington County Board of Education

Cindy Garland, Antietam Cable Television Inc.

Dawn Harbaugh, First Data

Mark Litrenta, Fountain Head Country Club

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Donna Long, Hagerstown-Washington Chamber of Commerce

Cherie Lucas, University of Maryland University College

Janet Lung, Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley

Daniel Mangan, Advantage Realty LLC

Michael Martin, Hagerstown Community College

John Martirano, Board of County Commissioners of Washington County

Alan Matheny, Volunteer Fire Company of Halfway

Sherry Neil, Community Action Council

Robert Nitzell, Retired Dentist

Susan Parks, Washington County Health Department

Linda Parrish, Citigroup

Matthew Pitts, Associated Engineering Sciences Inc.

Emily Radaker, Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. LLC

Kate Rader, Hagerstown Magazine

Kimberly Rasch, Washington County Health Department

Kimberly Reno, The Herald Mail Co.

Kent Reynolds, Keller Stonebraker Insurance

Vicki Robinson, Head Start of Washington County

Charlotte Seibert, Washington County Free Library

Jeffrey Taylor, Susquehanna Bank

Vicki Vitkun, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park

Christopher Weaver, MacRo Ltd.

Carol White, Hagerstown Trust

Noel Williams, Fujicolor Processing Inc.

Keith Wright, Callas Contractors Inc.




Leadership Hagerstown, at 28 W. Washington St., Suite 200, was established by a group of community leaders in 1987 in conjunction with the Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce.

The program is dedicated to developing and enhancing leadership in Washington County through community orientation; education and participatory experiences meant to acquaint the class members with assets, issues and opportunities; networking; and the instilling of a commitment to volunteerism.

Information about the program can be obtained on the Web at

www.leadershiphagerstown.org or by contacting Burke at 301-739-2015, ext. 108 or sending e-mail to leadership@hagerstown.org.

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