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Leadership Obion County

The purpose of Leadership Obion County is to identify potential community leaders and then educate them about the various elements that make up Obion County. It is the goal of Leadership Obion County to develop a network of concerned citizens who not only have the tools to make a difference, but also have a vision for the future.
Leadership Obion County
Leadership Obion County1 week ago
During this time we encourage everyone to support our local businesses. Below is a list of local restaurants and what they are offering, their hours for today, and phone numbers to call during this time. Please stay safe!

Feel free to email any updates, questions, or additions to membership@obioncounty.org
Leadership Obion County
Leadership Obion County1 week ago
Since we didn’t get to take the Adult Leadership Obion County class to Nashville for Legislative Day, here’s a photo from a couple of years ago. I hope those of you in this year’s class will choose to attend in the future!
Leadership Obion County
Leadership Obion County3 weeks ago
Adult Leadership Obion County Economic & Community Development Day! Thank you Lindsay Frilling, Charlene Burpo, Natasha Pennington, John Burpo, Shawn Johnson, Titan Tire, Chuck Doss and Jon Ed Powers for an outstanding day. Oh and thanks for breakfast, Texas Gas and lunch, Titan Tire!
Leadership Obion County
Leadership Obion County1 month ago
Thank you Don Sol for your contribution to Adult Leadership Obion County in their efforts to raise money for Trudy Kids Cafe.
Leadership Obion County
Leadership Obion County1 month ago
Education Day for Adult Leadership Obion County. Thank you OCCHS, Hillcrest, Headstart, UCHS, UCES and TCAT for the tours. Thank you Twin Oaks for providing breakfast and UCHS for providing lunch. We appreciate all of you. My thank you to facilitators for Education Day (Nicole Kincade, Stacey Haynes and Holly Turner.
Leadership Obion County
Leadership Obion County1 month ago
Guests checking out the view from atop Discovery Park of America’s 110-foot Cooper Tower—one of the tallest observation towers in the southeastern United States—can see acres of farmland and pockets
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