The graduation of Duluth’s seventh class of L.E.A.D. (Learn, Engage, Advance Duluth) participants was held at Kurt’s Bistro on March 19. L.E.A.D. offers an avenue for citizens to become knowledgeable about city operations, services and the overall essential functions of city government.
Class participants were able to ask questions, learn about their role in local government, and become engaged in government operations by participating on various boards and committees.
The seven-week L.E.A.D. Academy is held once a year and is made possible by donations from Gwinnett Medical Center, Mentor Smarts, The Duluth Fall Festival, The Exchange and The Whitlock Group. Information: Alisa Williams at 678-475-3506 or email@example.com.
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