Editorial: Leading the way to a better community




For the past five months, the next generation of local leaders has been planning how to impact their communities in a significant and lasting way.

Just as their predecessors have done, this year’s Leadership Johnson County class members have put together projects aimed at solving local problems.

One group will demonstrate, through a series of interactive skits, the positive and negative consequences of the choices middle school kids make. Another is focusing on the dozens of historical markers set up throughout the county. They’ll repair and refurbish the ones that have weathered and faded over the years.

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