April 18, 2019

Cleveland/Bradley, TN Chamber graduates 17th Youth Leadership class

The Cleveland Daily Banner recently reported that twenty-three promising future leaders graduated from the 17th Youth Leadership class of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. Partner David Hicks was proud to honor these young leaders in the workforce development initiative, which included an emphasis on city, county and state government, community services, infrastructure, healthcare and manufacturing, along with reflections about the value of relationship and team-building opportunities. During the graduation ceremonies, David encouraged the graduates to consider what issues, circumstances, or problems break their hearts and what they can do to help.

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