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Advancing Leadership Class of 2011 recruits 41 mentors for Communities in Schools

Pictured front row: Danny Peterson, Grace Church; Marty Markey, Umpqua Bank; Toni Myhre, St. Francis Hospital; Margaret Peterson, Federal Way Public Schools; Mary Helbling, Federal Way Public Schools; Laura Belvin, Community Leader; Elvira Rybakov, Community Leader. - Courtesy photo
Pictured front row: Danny Peterson, Grace Church; Marty Markey, Umpqua Bank; Toni Myhre, St. Francis Hospital; Margaret Peterson, Federal Way Public Schools; Mary Helbling, Federal Way Public Schools; Laura Belvin, Community Leader; Elvira Rybakov, Community Leader.
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The Advancing Leadership Class of 2011 celebrated completion of its nine-month program with a graduation showcase on June 16 hosted by Grace Church in Federal Way.

As part of the class project, AL participants recruited 41 new mentors for the Communities in Schools of Federal Way one-on-one mentoring program.

The AL Class of 2011 grads are David Stone, Federal Way Public Schools; Brook Lindquist, City of Federal Way; Diane Percival, Woodstone Credit Union; Ryan Herrera, South King Fire and Rescue; Jennifer Youngblood, Technology Access Foundation; Kevin Body, South King Fire and Rescue; Le Ann Taylor, Sea and Sand Travel; David Norcross, Northwest Foursquare Church; Danny Peterson, Grace Church; Marty Markey, Umpqua Bank; Toni Myhre, St. Francis Hospital; Margaret Peterson, Federal Way Public Schools; Mary Helbling, Federal Way Public Schools; Laura Belvin, Community Leader; Elvira Rybakov, Community Leader; Vince Blauser, Federal Way Public Schools; Kristine Howard, Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation; Josh McConnell, Federal Way Police Department; Juli Ohira, Weyerhaeuser; Brandi Praytor-Marsters, FWPS AmeriCorps Team; Kelley Tanner, DLR Group; Darren Bake, Hallmark Manor.

Advancing Leadership is an annual program sponsored by the Federal Way Chamber of Commerce. To learn more, visit www.advancingleadership.org.

 

 

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