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Kerrville Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 17, 2013, Kerrville, Texas Leadership class seeks applicants Leadership Kerr County accepting applications for Class 29 Leadership Kerr County is a nine-month course that informs individuals, builds their network of professional contacts and helps lay a foundation for future involvement in whatever area they choose. Leadership Kerr County enables men and women from all parts of the county to learn more about the issues and topics that face us on a daily basis — everything from education and social services to economic development and health care. What is Leadership Kerr County? Leadership Kerr County is an intensive nine month program that immerses students in topics that are important to our community — economic development, social services, education, government, health care, environment, tourism, travel and leisure and more. Leadership Kerr County teaches leadership through team-building and the completion of a class ■ project. How long has Leadership Kerr County been in existence? Leadership Kerr County started in 1985, when Si Ragsdale of Camp Stewart and Leonard Holloway, former chamber executive director, approached Sam Junkin with Schreiner University about a program for up and coming community leaders to learn more about the many facets of the county. There have been 28 classes of Leadership Kerr County since that time. How are the classes selected? Leadership Kerr County classes are selected from nominees who submit applications to the program. Nominees can be by referral or selfnomination and must be residents of Kerr County or work in Kerr County. If I receive a nomination letter, does that mean I have been selected to participate? No. The nominating letter is a first step. The next step is filling out and sending in the application; only when this is accomplished will What LKC grads are saying: X Membership in iVlLeadership Kerr County is one of those great opportunities in life when you receive by giving. You give to your community primarily of your time and your expertise. You receive not only a lot of knowledge about the various elements and treasures of this community but also form bonds of friendship and mutual support from others who are passionate about Kerrville and its people.” Bill Muse I KC is a powerful tool Ijfor rallying, inspiring and equipping leaders to serve in our community. After my nine months in the program, 1 am more engaged in community involvement and knowledgeable of needs than 1 have been over my nine years living in Kerrville.” Carlina Villalpando i-im KC is the best and ost effective team building & leadership program I’ve participated in.” a candidate be considered for the next class. When is the Leadership Kerr County class selected? In August of each year, class members are notified by mail of their acceptance into the program and asked to make a commitment to participate. What if I miss a class? Attendance is critical to the success of the Leadership Kerr County experience. There currently is a no-tolerance policy with regards to missed sessions. Class members who miss any part of a class may be asked to attend a session in the following year in order to complete the necessary requirements for the program. All applicants must understand that attendance is their first priority in participating in LKC. Leadership Kerr County builds a network of professional contacts and helps lay a foundation for future involvement in whatever area a person may choose. In its 29th year, Leadership Kerr County has almost 500 alumni. Scholarships are available. For Jeff Anderson information or for an application, contact the chamber at 896-1155 or visit Archeology group to meet Saturday The Hill Country Archeological Association will meet    at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at    the Riverside Nature Center,    150 Francisco Lemos St. Artifact identification, book sales and refreshments will precede the business meeting, which begins at 1 p.m. Guest speaker for the meeting will be Raymond Mauldin, a research scientist associate V, who also is the assistant director at the Center for Archaeological Research at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Mauldin received his bachelor’s degree in 1978 at UT-El Paso, his master’s at UT-Austin in 1983 and his PhD in 1995 at the University of New Mexico, all in anthropology. He has conducted field work in the Anasazi and Mogollon regions of the American Southwest, done ethnoarchaeology in the highlands of South America and worked throughout Texas. Mauldin has a long-standing interest in hunter-gatherers and the subsistence changes. He is a contributor/author on nearly 100 contract/museum reports, book chapters, edited volumes, book reviews and peer-reviewed articles, including several recent works on Toyah Period adaptations in Central and South Texas. His current work is focused on isotopic research related to hunt-er-gatherer diets and paleoclimate conditions in prehistoric Central and South Texas. That work is conducted through the Paleo Research Laboratory at CAR-UTSA. Mauldin will discuss, “Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopic Analysis of Hunter-Gatherers from Hitzfelder Cave, Site 41BX26.” The public is invited to attend the meeting and there is no charge. Plumbing doesn’t have to be HARD... Just call HARDIN PLUMBING!!! (830) 257-0404 For All Types of Plumbing Service from a Leaky Faucet to a new Septic System - Large or Small -Residential or Commercial Serving the Texas Hill Country since 1957 Master Plumber Lie. 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