Greater Hall Chamber Announces New Leadership Hall County Class

The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Leadership Hall County program seeks to expose highly talented, motivated and potential leaders of Hall County to the inter-related economic, government, socio-cultural and educational issues of the community. Members of the new class were announced at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting yesterday.

2006-2007 Leadership Hall County Class:

Brenda Adams, Gainesville State College

Christine Brosky, Gainesville City School System

Mary Beth Cornett, Regions Bank

Mickey Craddock, Georgia Power Company

Jean DuPree, Educational Resources of Northeast Georgia

Rachel Dyer, Regions Bank

Drew Echols, Jaemor Farm Market

Jimbo Floyd, Turner, Wood & Smith

Melissa Gardner, Brenau University

Heather Glenn, Hall County Library System

Cynthia Greene, Bennett Family Dentistry

Kurt A. Hansen, Gainesville Bank & Trust

Chad Jones, Chestatee State Bank

Janet B. Kaup, Padgett Business Services

Jullie King, The Longstreet Clinic, P. C.

Jamila Leavell, Hall County Government

David Lee, Jackson EMC

Rusty Ligon, City of Gainesville-Planning & Zoning

Robyn Lynch, Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce

Mary Martin, Northeast Georgia Medical Center

J. D. Mealor, Wachovia Bank

Elizabeth Mumpower, United Community Bank

Ryan Owen, ZF Industries

Jim Partlowe, State Farm Agency

Will Peeples, United Community Bank

Reneigh Satterfield, Edward Jones Investments

Sandi Simpson, The Norton Agency Insurance

Marsha Stanley, SunTrust

Rob Strickland, Strickland & Sons Pipeline

Mack C. Vinton, Earthworks

Cameron Wells, BB&T

Philip Wilheit, Jr. Wilheit Packaging, LLC

Reagan Wolfe, The Simpson Company

Participants develop knowledge of the community through a series of one-day sessions, September through May. Topics covered include arts, education, health and social services, city and state governments, judicial, and economic development. Leadership Hall County was initiated by the Greater Hall Chamber in 1983, and since then some 500 people have graduated from the program. Leadership Hall County graduates have become involved in many areas of volunteer service in our community.