Class of 2019-20 Named

August 29, 2019

Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program Announces Class of 2019-20

The Board of Directors of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program has named the members of the next class of participants for the 2019-20 program year according to Susan Adams, program alumnus and board chair for the organization.  The announcement was made public at the CL HOOVER OPERA HOUSE, Junction City  during a reception for the newest program participants.  The event was underwritten by CivicPlus, Bruce McMillan A/A Architects PA and a number of alumni.  Opening the reception, Adams stated that, “The Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program is based in the fastest growing region of our state. We have never had more opportunity or greater need for well informed, collaborative, decisive leadership.  That is possible through 21st Century proactive servant leadership development.  The regions premier leadership training program is designed to train and more-fully engage leaders in the area that includes Fort Riley, Geary, Riley and Pottawatomie Counties.”  Class members to complete the seven session course over the next six months include:

 

Brenda Bailey  

GEARY    Milford

Garrison Resource Management

Officer, USAG Fort Riley

Tony Ballard

RILEY    Manhattan

Event Coordinator, K-State College of Veterinary Medicine

Stephen Bridenstine

RILEY    Manhattan

Curator of Education –

Flint Hills Discovery Center

Kymberly Burnett

POTTAWATOMIE   Wamego

General Manager,

Hampton Inn by Hilton MHK

Eric L. Carter

RILEY    Manhattan

Attorney-Advisor, Office of the Staff

Judge Advocate, Admin. Law Div.,

USAG Fort Riley

Constance Cooke

RILEY    Manhattan

Director of Technical Support,

CivicPlus

Gayle Donaldson

RILEY    Manhattan

Marketing and Business

Development Director, Manhattan

Medical Group

Mitch Foley

DICKINSON   Abilene

Transition Services Manager, DHR

USAG Fort Riley

Brandon French

DICKINSON   Herrington

 Program & Management Analyst,

PAIO USAG Fort Riley

Melissa Gamino

POTTAWATOMIE   Saint George

VP, Cash Management Officer,

KS State Bank

Mark Grimsley  

POTTAWATOMIE   Manhattan

Supply Chain Performance

Engineer, Caterpillar Work Tools

Jason Hudson

RILEY    Manhattan

Battalion Chief,

City of Manhattan Fire Department

Kirk Hutchinson

MORRIS     Delavan

Public Affairs Specialist, PAO

USAG Fort Riley

Trent Jones

RILEY    Manhattan

 Executive Director,

Boys & Girls Club of Manhattan

Kyle Kirchner

RILEY    Manhattan

Chief, Pollution Prevent Branch, DPW, USAG Fort Riley

John D. Lawrence

GEARY    Fort Riley

Human Resources and H&S

Manager, Camso

Dennis Marstall  

RILEY    Manhattan

Assistant City Manager,

City of Manhattan

Aaron McCracken

 POTTAWATOMIE   Manhattan

Director of Project Controls,

Corvias

Jennifer McDonald

GEARY                 Junction City

Resident Manager – Corvias

Lindsay Miller

POTTAWATOMIE   Manhattan

Finance Director,

City of Junction City

Janice Nikkel

WABAUNSEE     Maple Hill

Academic Program Coordinator

K-State Global Campus

Mark “Obe” Oberhelman

RILEY    Manhattan

Project Manager & Superintendent –

Olgoonik Diversified Services

Valerie Ramage

POTTAWATOMIE   Manhattan

CAC Program Coordinator,

Stepping Stones Child Advocacy Center

Billy Rose

RILEY    Manhattan

Training Analyst, DPTMS USAG Fort Riley

Rich Sell

POTTAWATOMIE   Manhattan

Executive Director of Outreach,

K-State

Ashley Stout

RILEY    Manhattan

Equipment Finance Sales Assoc.,

Commerce Bank

Emmily Trolinger

RILEY    Manhattan

DOD Air Traffic Controller, DPTMS

USAG Fort Riley

Dana Wiegand

GEARY   Junction City

Behavior Support Specialist,

Geary County USD #475

Kelsey Wilson

RILEY   Manhattan

Branch Chief, Cybersecurity,

Fort Riley Network Enterprise Center

William Wilson

GEARY   Junction City

Security Systems Administrator, DES

USAG Fort Riley


Vice Chair Ryan Almes, class of 2017-18 graduate said, “Our new class members are to be commended for pursuing the opportunity to be members of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program class of  2019-20.  The effort to recruit a class proved the most competitive in our programs history and the applicant pool was very deep and diverse.  The boards job to hone down the pool to the new class of 30 members and that, as you might expect, was very challenging.  Selection was based on candidates that exhibiting a dedication to the areas future through volunteer servant leadership experiences to-date and their ability to commit to full participation by attending and engaging in all sessions.   We also need to recognize the continuing support of our Alumni.  Dues & donations were applied towards the Ailleen Cray Memorial Scholarship Fund.  Scholarship recipients are Trent Jones and Dana Weigand.”

Executive Director Jack Lindquist concluded the announcement saying, “Now, in our 27th year, our530 participants to-date have one thing in common, the desire to better life and livelihood in the northern Flint Hills.  We are excited to launch the next 30 members to add to that legacy.  Sessions get underway with Orientation at Rock Springs State 4-H Center and the Junction City / Geary County Session in two weeks.”      ~30~

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Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program

Jack Lindquist, Executive Director

 

 

FHRLP AMBASSADOR TESTIMONIAL

BrandonWhat an eye-opening experience! While living in the Flint Hills region for the last 5 years, this one program helped to vastly broaden my overall perspective of one of the fastest growing regions in Kansas. This is a great way for fellow community members and leaders to learn about what makes the region as successful as it is. I look forward to continuing to be involved in the Flint Hill Region and to support this program. I want to personally thank all the leaders and businesses for their support to continue to make this the best leadership program in the state of Kansas.
Sincerely,
Brandon White
Caterpillar
2018-19 FHRLP Ambassador

2018-19 FHRLP Graduation

2018-19 ClassFlint Hills Regional Leadership Program Class of 2018-19 Graduation

Release Date: February 8, 2019

The thirty members of the 2018-19 class of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program graduated on February 8th  during ceremonies at the Columbian Theater in Wamego, according to Jack Lindquist, Executive Director of the organization.  The non-profit educational program trains and more-fully engages leaders in the region that includes Fort Riley, Geary, Riley and Pottawatomie counties.  This is the 26th class to graduate from the training program.

Class members completing the seven-session course over the last six months included:

Ken Barteau  GE County- Facilities Director, Corvias

Bryan Bartlett  GE County – Program Mgr., Army Community Service Relocation Readiness

Akash Bhatia  PT County- Manager of Quality Assurance – CivicPlus

Chris Bowman  RL County- Employee Assistance Program Coordinator,  Dept of Defense

LaNiqe Brown  RL County- Retail Office Supervisor, Central National Bank

Neil Bruce  RL County- Project Controls Manager – Corvias

Marcy Cantrell-Akin RL County- Assistant VP, Commercial Lending, Commerce Bank

Adam Clark  PT County- Lead Software Engineer, CivicPlus

Keirsten Cragg RL County-Records Clerk – Riley Co. Register of Deeds

Janelle Dobbins PT County-From the Land of Kansas Marketing Manager, KSDept of Ag

Mark Dombrowski GE County – Security Branch Chief, Directorate of Emergency

Services Fort Riley

Zach Eckels GE County-Marketing Coordinator, Kaw Valley Engineering

Rebecca Estrella  Ft Riley- Service to Armed Forces Program Mgr., American Red Cross

Tom Fulmer PT County- Customer Service Coordinator, WTC

Lynn Hammond PT County-Residential Communities Chief, US Army Housing

Katharine Hensler RL County-Flint Hills Discovery Center, Assistant  Director/Development

Calley Hoffman PT County- Co-Owner, Adventure Flint Hills

Sladana Hudson RL County- Account Executive, Eagle Communications

Kelly Karl RL County-Director of Construction – CORVIAS

Ronna Larson GE County-Unit Supervisor, Adult Services – 8th Judicial DistrictCommunity

 Corrections

Lee Modesitt RL County-Legislative Affairs Director – Kansas Insurance  Commissioner

Janet Nichols RL County-Military Community Liaison, Manhattan Area Chamber

Allana Parker RL County-Curator of Design, Riley County Historical Museum

Margaret Pendleton RL County-  Flint Hills Association of Realtors Executive

Nicole Springer  GE County- Market Manager, INTRUST Bank

Britain Stites  GE County- City Attorney – Junction City

Holly Voelcker  GE County- Budget Analyst, Resource Management Office,  Ft Riley

Brandon White PT County-Demand & Orders Analyst, CATERPILLAR

Kristina Wyatt RL County-Laboratory Administrator K-State Veterinary  Diagnostic Lab

Maggie Ziffer RL County-Public Affairs Specialist, Fort Riley

In the announcement, Lindquist said, “The Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program helped the Class leaders find a way to change their world by building on their – Integrity, Confidence, Discipline, Professionalism, Self-Development, Broadened Viewpoint & Servant Ethos.  Our newest Graduates now possess a sense to serve and follow, in-order-to LEAD.”

Dr Marty Vanier, Senior Program manager for strategic partnership development, for the National Bio AgroDefense Facility (NBAF), provided the closing address for the evening program and Lyle Butler, Manhattan Chamber Director, gave the “Class Challenge”.  Board Chair and program graduate Brian Peterson concluded the event adding, “We should all look forward to a better life in our region because of what the new graduates have already done and what they will accomplish in the future.”

Recruitment of the 2019-20 class will get underway with on-line application in mid-May.

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2018-19 Class Announcement

August 31, 2018

Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program Announces Class of 2018-19

 

The Board of Directors of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program has named the members of the next class of participants for the 2018-19 program year according to Brian Peterson, program alumnus and chairman of the board for the organization.  The announcement was made public at IRON CLAD in Wamego during a reception for the newest program participants.  The event was underwritten by CivicPlus, Bruce McMillan A/A Architects PA and a number of alumni.  Opening the reception, Peterson stated that, “The Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program is based in the fastest growing region of our state. We have never had more opportunity or greater need for well informed, collaborative, decisive leadership.  That is possible through 21st Century proactive servant leadership development.  The regions premier leadership training program is designed to train and more-fully engage leaders in the area that includes Fort Riley, Geary, Riley and Pottawatomie counties.”

 

Class members to complete the seven session course over the next six months include:

 

 

Ken Barteau

GE County

Facilities Director, Corvias

 

Bryan Bartlett 

GE County

Program Mgr., Army Community Service Relocation Readiness

 

Akash Bhatia

PT County

Manager of Quality Assurance – CivicPlus

 

Chris Bowman

RL County

Employee Assistance Program Coordinator, Department of Defense, Army

 

LaNiqe Brown

GE County

Retail Office Supervisor, Central National Bank

 

Neil Bruce 

RL County

Project Controls Manager – Corvias

 

Marcy Cantrell-Akin

RL County

Assistant VP, Commercial Lending, Commerce Bank

 

Adam Clark 

PT County

Lead Software Engineer, CivicPlus

 

Keirsten Cragg

RL County

Records Clerk – Riley Co. Register of Deeds

 

 

Janelle Dobbins

PT County

From the Land of Kansas Marketing Manager, KS Dept of Agriculture

 

Mark Dombrowski

GE County

Security Branch Chief, Directorate of Emergency Services Fort Riley

 

Zach Eckels

GE County

Marketing Coordinator, Kaw Valley Engineering

 

Rebecca Estrella 

Ft Riley

Service to Armed Forces Regional Program Mgr., American Red Cross

 

Tom Fulmer

PT County

Customer Service Coordinator, WTC

 

Lynn Hammond

PT County

Residential Communities Chief,

US Army Housing

 

Katharine Hensler

RL County

Flint Hills Discovery Center, Assistant Director/Development

 

Calley Hoffman

PT County

Director of Operations & Administration –

Tallgrass Brewing Co.

 

 

Sladana Hudson

RL County

Account Executive,

Eagle Communications

 

Kelly Karl

RL County

Director of Construction – CORVIAS

 

Ronna Larson

GE County

Unit Supervisor, Adult Services – 8th Judicial Dist. Community Corrections

 

Lee Modesitt

RL County

Communication Director – Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins

 

Janet Nichols

RL County

Military Community Liaison, Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce

 

Allana Parker

Riley County

Curator of Design, Riley County Historical Museum 

 

Margaret Pendleton

RL County

Flint Hills Association of Realtors Executive

 

Nicole Springer 

GE County

Market Manager, Intrust Bank

 

Britain Stites

GE County

City Attorney – Junction City

 

Holly Voelcker 

GE County

Budget Analyst, Resource Management Office, Ft Riley

 

Brandon White

PT County

Demand & Orders Analyst, CATERPILLAR

 

Kristina Wyatt

RL County

Laboratory Administrator –

K-State Veterinary Diagnostic Lab

 

Maggie Ziffer

RL County

Public Affairs Specialist, Fort Riley

 

 

Co-Chair Susan Adams, class of 2016-17 graduate said, “Our new class members are to be commended for pursuing the opportunity to be members of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program class of  2018-19.  The effort to recruit a class proved the most competitive in our programs history and the applicant pool was very deep and diverse.  The boards job to hone down the pool to the new class of 30 members was very challenging.  Selection was based on candidates ability to commit to full participation by attending and engaging in all sessions, and exhibiting a dedication to the areas future through volunteer servant leadership experiences to-date.   We also need to recognize the continuing support of our Alumni.  Dues & donations have exceeded $1,500 for this years’ scholarship fund drive. The Ailleen Cray Memorial Scholarships recipients are:  Katherine Hensler; Ronna Larson and Kristina Wyatt.”

 

Executive Director Jack Lindquist concluded the announcement saying, “Now, in our 26th year, our 500 participants to-date have one thing in common, the desire to better life and livelihood in the northern Flint Hills.  We are excited to launch the next 30 members to add to that legacy.”

 

Sessions get underway with Orientation at Rock Springs State 4-H Center and Junction City/Geary County in two weeks.

 

 

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Application

The FHRLP 2018-19 class APPLICATION offering is CLOSED.  The next 2019-20 class application period will be open from May 15-July 15, 2019.  

In the mean time, keep track of our sessions and activities on social media.

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Class of 2017-18 Graduation

Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program Class of 2017-18 Completes Course

Release Date: February 9, 2018

The Board of Directors of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program is pleased to announce that the thirty members of the 25th Anniversary class for the 2017-18 program year graduated on February 9th  during ceremonies at Liquid Art Winery and Estate, according to Jack Lindquist, Executive Director of the organization.  The non-profit educational program trains and more-fully engages leaders in the region that includes Fort Riley, Geary, Riley and Pottawatomie counties.

Class members completing the seven-session course over the last six months included:

Ryan Almes

RL County            Manhattan

Deputy Fire Chief,

Manhattan Fire Department

 

Hillary Badger

RL County            Manhattan

City of Manhattan – Accounting

 

Will Baldwin

GE County  Milford

Project Director,  K-State Plant Diagnostic Information System

 

William Biles

RL County             Manhattan

Computer Tech, Riley County Police Department

 

LaVerne Bitsie-Baldwin

GE County            Milford

Director for the K-State Multicultural Engineering Program

 

Curtis Blanke

DK County           Abilene

Regional Network Enterprise Center – Ft Riley

 

Sara Blankley

PT County             Westmoreland

K-State Associate Director – Undergraduate Admissions

 

Crystal Bryant-Kearns

RL County            Manhattan

Site Manager, USO Transition Services – Fort Riley

 

Leza Chryssovergis

RL County            Manhattan

Directorate of Human Resources, CIV USARMY USAG

 

Rob Couch

GE County            Junction City

Corvias, Senior Community Manager

 

Terry de la Garza

GE County            Milford

Historic Architect & Cultural Resources Manager, Fort Riley

 

Anthony (Tony) Ewers

GE County            Junction City

USAG Riley, Resource Management Officer

 

Judy Fielder

DK County           Chapman

Management Analyst, Department of the Army, Directorate of Contracting

 

Phyllis Fitzgerald

GE County            Junction City

Ft Riley Department of Veteran Affairs / Mayor of Junction City

 

Lizzie Flores

GE County            Junction City

Colyer Forsyth Community Manager, Corvias

 

James Johnson

RL County            Manhattan

CivicPlus Talent Acquisition Manager

 

Allison Karnowski

PT County            Wamego

Manufacturing Engineer  Caterpillar Work Tools

 

Matt Kenney

PT County            Manhattan

Director of Product Engineering at CivicPlus

 

Melissa Kirkwood

RL County            Manhattan

Community Relations Officer, Manhattan Parks and Rec

 

Brett Louk

RL County            Manhattan

Project Manager, SMH Consultants

 

Sharla Meisenheimer

RL County            Manhattan

Director of Membership, Manhattan Area Chamber

 

Scott Olesky

PT County            Manhattan

Eagle Communications General Manager

 

Christopher (CHIP) Redmond

PT County            Manhattan

Assistant Scientist – Weather Data Library, K-State

 

Lucas Shivers

RL County            Manhattan

Manhattan-Ogden USD 383, Dir. of Elementary Education

 

Heather Stewart  *NOT ABLE TO ATTEND

DK County           Abilene

USAG Plans, Analysis, and Integration Office – Action Officer

 

Mica Stites

GE County            Junction City

Certified Message Therapist, Body First

 

Danielle Tegtmeier

RL County            Manhattan

Venue Operations, Liquid Art Winery and Estate

 

Matt Walters

RL County            Manhattan

Commercial Product Specialist, Commerce Bank

 

Elizabeth Wert

GE County            Milford

Corvias, Senior Community Manager

 

Curtis Wood

GE County            Junction City

US Army Garrison, Department of Plans, Training, Mobilization & Security

 

In the announcement, Lindquist said, “The Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program helped the Class leaders find a way to change their world by building on their – Integrity, Confidence, Discipline, Professionalism, Self-Development, Broadened Viewpoint & Servant Ethos.  Our newest Graduates now possess a sense to serve and follow, in-order-to LEAD.”

Lieutenant General Perry Wiggins (retired), Executive Director of the Governor’s Military Council, provided the “Charge to Leadership” keynote address to cap off the evening and to equally celebrate the 100th anniversary of FHRLP founding partner, Ft Riley’s Big Red One 100th anniversary.   Board Chair and program graduate Marla Brandon concluded the event adding, “With the graduation of the leaders of the class we have met the goals in our mission.  We should all look forward to a better life because of what they have done and what they will accomplish in the future.”

Recruitment of the 2018-19 class will get underway with on-line application in mid-May.

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2017-18 Class Project

OGDEN, Kan. (WIBW) — A partnership with The House Café and the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program led to a day of demolition for a new teen center coming to Ogden.

The Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program helped demolish an old building Saturday, that will be transformed into a teen center.

Scott Olesky a 2017-2018 class member of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership programs says the group chose The House Cafe as their project because its in an areas where helps needed.

Olesky continued by saying, “By bringing everybody together we can learn from each other we can find our strengths and our weaknesses and we can find people to fill those weaknesses and work together to be better.”
http://www.wibw.com/content/news/Ogden-gets-new-Teen-Center–471483554.html

 

 

2017-18 Class Announced

September 1, 2017

Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program Announces Class of 2017-18

The Board of Directors of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program has named the members of the next class of participants for the 2017-18 program year according to Jack Lindquist, Executive Director of the organization.  The announcement was made public at the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the non-profit educational program at the Flint Hills Discovery Center.  The event was underwritten by CivicPlus, Bruce McMillan A/A Architects PA and Commerce Bank.  The regions premier leadership training program is designed to train and more-fully engage leaders in the area that includes Fort Riley, Geary, Riley and Pottawatomie counties.

Class members to complete the seven session course over the next six months include:

Ryan Almes        

RL County            Manhattan

Deputy Fire Chief,

Manhattan Fire Department

 

Hillary Badger  

RL County            Manhattan

City of Manhattan – Accounting

 

Will Baldwin

GE County            Milford

Project Director,  K-State Plant Diagnostic Information System

 

William Biles

RL County             Manhattan

Risk Management & IT Director, Rock Springs State 4-H Center

 

LaVerne Bitsie-Baldwin

GE County            Milford

Director for the K-State Multicultural Engineering Program

 

Curt Blanke

DK County           Abilene

Regional Network Enterprise Center – Ft Riley

 

Sara Blankley

PT County             Westmoreland     

K-State Associate Director – Undergraduate Admissions

 

Crystal Bryant-Kearns   

RL County            Manhattan

Site Manager, USO Transition Services – Fort Riley

 

Leza Chryssovergis

RL County            Manhattan

Directorate of Human Resources, CIV USARMY USAG

 

Rob Couch

GE County            Junction City

Corvias, Senior Community Manager

 

Theresa de la Garza

GE County            Milford

Historic Architect and Cultural Resources Manager, Fort Riley

 

Anthony (Tony) Ewers

GE County            Junction City

USAG Riley, Resource Management Officer

 

Judy Fielder

DK County           Chapman

Management Analyst, Department of the Army, Directorate of Contracting

 

Phyllis Fitzgerald

GE County            Junction City       

Ft Riley Department of Veterans Affairs /

Mayor of Junction City

 

James Johnson

RL County            Manhattan

CivicPlus

Talent Acquisition Manager

 

Allison Karnowski

PT County            Wamego

Manufacturing Engineer

Caterpillar Work Tools

 

Matt Kenney

PT County            Manhattan

Software Engineer

CivicPlus

 

Melissa Kirkwood

RL County            Manhattan

Community Relations Officer,

Manhattan Parks and Rec

 

Brett Louk

RL County            Manhattan

Project Manager, SMH Consultants

 

Sharla   Meisenheimer

RL County            Manhattan

Director of Membership, Manhattan Area Chamber

 

Scott Olesky

PT County            Manhattan

Eagle Communications

General Manager

 

Delizangel Pittre-Flores

GE County            Junction City

Colyer Forsyth Community Manager, Corvias

 

Christopher Redmond     

PT County            Manhattan           

Assistant Scientist – Weather Data Library, K-State

 

Lucas Shivers

RL County            Manhattan

Manhattan-Ogden USD 383, Dir. of Elementary Education

 

Heather Stewart

DK County           Abilene

USAG Plans, Analysis, and Integration Office – Action Officer

 

Mica Stites

GE County            Junction City

Certified Message Therapist, Body First

 

Danielle Tegtmeier

RL County            Manhattan

Venue Operations, Liquid Art Winery and Estate

 

Matt Walters

RL County            Manhattan

Commercial Product Specialist, Commerce Bank

 

Elizabeth Wert

GE County            Milford

Corvias, Senior Community Manager

 

Curtis Wood

GE County            Junction City

US Army Garrison, Department of Plans, Training, Mobilization & Security

 

Alumni dues-donations have exceeded $2,500 for this years’ scholarship fund drive.  The Ailleen Cray Memorial Scholarships will be given to Will Baldwin, LaVerne Bitsie-Baldwin, Sara Blankley, Crystal Bryant-Kearns, Lucas Shivers and Mica Stites.

Lindquist said, “The Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program is based in the fastest growing region of our state. We have never had more opportunity or greater need for well informed, collaborative, decisive leadership.  That is possible through 21st Century proactive servant leadership development.”

“Participants to-date have one thing in common, the desire to better life and livelihood in the northern Flint Hills”, Lindquist added. “Although all of our classes have been phenomenal since the program was formed in 1992, this will be a special class for the program as it will be the 25th anniversary offering.  We also will be getting closer to the 500 participants to-date plateau…an amazing milestone that has and will continue to greatly benefit the region.   In addition, our partner – Fort Riley, is celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Big Red 1 this year, adding much more fanfare to the training year before us.”  Lt. General Retired Perry Wiggins closed the 25th Anniversary and Class Announcement with an inspirational “charge to leadership”.

You can view the photos from the celebration on my Flickr account at:

https://flic.kr/s/aHsm8aNYoK

Thank you to Class of 2016-17 alum Anthony Dokes for serving as our photographer and a big round of applause to the event management team, Susan Adams, Chair!

Sessions get underway with Orientation at Rock Springs State 4-H Center and Junction City mid-September.

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Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program

Contact Jack Lindquist, Executive Director for more information through the Contact menu option of this website.