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Leadership Lincoln XXXI kicks off first session with team bonding

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Submitted photo - The Chamber welcomes this year’s participants: Gabe Allen, Ruston High School (not pictured); Taylor Broadway, Origin Bank; Noah Brumley, Hunt Guillot & Associates (HGA); Carolyn Cage, City of Ruston; Skyler Calcote, Providence Real Estate; Kellie Coulter, Bank of Ruston; Drew Cruse, Origin Bank; Daniel Dupuy, Louisiana Tech University; Sadie Flowers, Origin Bank; Chris Honaker, Acres & Avenues Team-Keller Williams (not pictured); Kelsey Kyser, Acres & Avenues Team-Keller Williams; Heath Lord, Hi-Tech Computers; Angela Mayfield, City of Ruston; Bruce Rushing, Origin Bank; Priscilla Samaniego, First National Bank; Alan Smith, Hunt Guillot and Associates (HGA); Jennifer Smith, First National Bank; Mariah Smith, Grambling State University; Caroline Summersgill, Ruston High School; Joshua Wagenaar, Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Jeremy Hebert; and Jeri Lynn Webb, Lincoln Parish Police Jury.

The 31st class of Leadership Lincoln met for their first session Sept. 14 at the Outdoor Wilderness Learning Center.

The group participated in team building exercises including ice breakers, personality assessments, low-ropes, and high ropes obstacles.

This session is meant to help develop trust, improve communication, improve problem solving skills, and adaptability.

October will cover healthcare and social services.

Through the duration of the class, participants will meet with individuals and organizations in leadership capacites throughout the parish.

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