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Leadership Livingston 2017 will support Crisis Relief for Youth with a 50’s themed sock hop, the Baby Bop

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The project for this year’s Leadership Livingston class is Crisis Relief for Youth (CRY). Our kick-off fundraiser is Thursday, June 1, 2017 6pm-8pm at Champion Chevrolet   Admission is simply an item from our donation list which will go in the crisis relief packages for children newborns-24 months. It should…

Leadership Livingston 2017 has goals set and needs your help

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This years Leadership Livingston Class has embarked on an effort to help those most vulnerable, children 2 years old and younger. The goal is to establish emergency kits that are available to families in crisis. These kits will be specific to children 2 and under. The goal is to have…

Who wants to be a leader? Applications are due by Sept. 1

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If you are looking to develop your leadership skills and network with leaders in Livingston County, Leadership Livingston is for you. Deadline for applications for the 2016-2017 class is Sept. 1. Co-founded by Cleary University and the Howell and Brighton chambers of commerce, Leadership Livingston is a unique opportunity for…

Leadership Livingston application deadline Sept. 14

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If you are looking to develop your leadership skills and network with leaders in Livingston County, Leadership Livingston is for you. Deadline for applications for the 2015-2016 session is Sept. 14. Sponsored by Cleary University and the Howell and Brighton chambers of commerce, Leadership Livingston is a unique opportunity for…

Joining the Heart Hunt Challenge could save a life

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Every year, approximately 100 people in Livingston County die from Sudden Cardiac Arrest, which is the sudden, unexpected loss of heart function, breathing and consciousness. Sudden Cardiac Arrest usually results from an electrical disturbance in the heart that disrupts its pumping action, stopping blood flow to the rest of your…

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