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Leadership Pasco Newsletter - Fall 2019

The Leadership Pasco Newsletter is published quarterly. SINCE 1991, THE MISSION OF LEADERSHIP PASCO is to identify and recruit current or potential leaders of Pasco County, facilitate the development and interaction of those leaders, and to foster an issues-oriented learning environment for these leaders and the citizens of Pasco County in order to encourage an ex-change of ideas and generate enthusiasm for community growth and development.

The Leadership Pasco Newsletter is published quarterly. SINCE 1991, THE MISSION OF LEADERSHIP PASCO is to identify and recruit current or potential leaders of Pasco County, facilitate the development and interaction of those leaders, and to foster an issues-oriented learning environment for these leaders and the citizens of Pasco County in order to encourage an ex-change of ideas and generate enthusiasm for community growth and development.

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On Our Way<br />

The Class of 2020 is riding to greatness<br />

<strong>Newsletter</strong><br />

<strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2019</strong>


It is my honor and pleasure to serve as<br />

President of the <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> Board of<br />

Directors during its 30th anniversary year<br />

- Class of 2020! For three decades our highly<br />

regarded program has provided hundreds of<br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> County’s current and future leaders<br />

with a valuable forum to learn, interact,<br />

collaborate and exchange ideas that foster<br />

nurtured development and stewardship of<br />

our community. As leaders, we must continue<br />

to work together to creatively shape our<br />

County’s future direction while continuing<br />

to preserve the valuable traditions that make <strong>Pasco</strong> County THE BEST place to<br />

live, work and play!<br />

It’s now the Class of 2020’s turn to make their mark on <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> and our<br />

community! The program year is well under way with the Class now having two<br />

program days under their belt. As usual, both the Bus Tour Days and Criminal<br />

Justice Day were amazing and thoroughly enjoyed by the class. A huge thank you<br />

to all our business partners, alumni volunteers and Board of Directors involved!<br />

Elections have been completed and I would like to congratulate the new <strong>Leadership</strong><br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> Class of 2020 Officers:<br />

President: Thomas O’Connor Bruno, Coalition for the Homeless of <strong>Pasco</strong> County<br />

Vice President: Kera Arnone, Keller Williams Realty<br />

Secretary: Mary Sommise, Medical Center of Trinity<br />

Treasurer: Carol Parris, Coldwell Banker Realty<br />

Rumor has it that this class is way ahead of the game and poised to bring the<br />

community a fantastic fundraising event this coming spring. We all look forward<br />

to seeing what this year’s amazing group of leaders can accomplish together!<br />

Without our hard-working volunteer Board Members, the <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> program<br />

would not be possible. I would like to welcome our newly appointed Board<br />

Members:<br />

Crystal Lazar, Habitat for Humanity - Class of 2013<br />

John Willis, Florida West Coast Credit Union - Class of 2015<br />

Lauren Raposa, <strong>Pasco</strong> Hernando State College - Class of <strong>2019</strong><br />

Leah Peake, Race the Bay - Class of <strong>2019</strong><br />

With the holidays fast approaching and the calendar year coming to an end, I<br />

want to express my gratitude for being a part of the <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> program as<br />

well as part of this wonderful community we all call home. I wish each one of you<br />

a Happy Holiday season and a safe and prosperous New Year!<br />

Best,<br />

Kim Hamm, Class of 2015<br />

President, <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

Owner - Time Trap Escape Room & Race to Escape<br />

<strong>Leadership</strong><br />

<strong>Pasco</strong><br />

<strong>Newsletter</strong><br />

SINCE 1991, THE MISSION OF LEADERSHIP<br />

PASCO is to identify and recruit current or<br />

potential leaders of <strong>Pasco</strong> County, facilitate<br />

the development and interaction of those leaders,<br />

and to foster an issues-oriented learning<br />

environment for these leaders and the citizens<br />

of <strong>Pasco</strong> County in order to encourage an exchange<br />

of ideas and generate enthusiasm for<br />

community growth and development.<br />

The <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong> is published<br />

quarterly. Please direct correspondence about<br />

this publication to <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong>, P.O. Box<br />

695, Elfers, FL, 34680. Readers also may reach<br />

staff by sending an email to administration@<br />

leadershippasco.com.<br />

Editorial Staff<br />

Scott Byrnes '12<br />

Co-Editor<br />

Amanda Hart '14<br />

Co-Editor<br />

Jason Longo '17<br />

Design<br />

Photo Credits<br />

J. David Wright '20 (Bus Tour Day and<br />

Criminal Justice Day)<br />

Board Members<br />

Kim Hamm '15, President<br />

Don Anderson '16, President Elect<br />

Brendan Gorman '18, Secretary<br />

Manny Long '16, Treasurer<br />

Nichole "Nikki" Alvarez-Sowles '13<br />

Carla Armstrong '14<br />

Stefanie Ambrosio Pontlitz '13<br />

Scott Byrnes '12<br />

Tom Celotto '11<br />

Angel Cook '18<br />

Heather Grimes '11<br />

Amanda Hart '14<br />

Crystal Lazar '13<br />

James Mallo '12<br />

Mike Napier '14<br />

Tara O'Connor '16<br />

Leah Peake '19<br />

Joseph Poblick '14<br />

Laura Raposa '19<br />

John Willis '15<br />

FALL <strong>2019</strong> NEWSLETTER<br />

© <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong>. All rights reserved.


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Orientation—Meet the Class of 2020<br />

Youth Leaderhip <strong>Pasco</strong> Achieves<br />

And We Are Off!<br />

Trouble in the Rubble<br />

Dear Sheriff Nocco<br />

Sponsors<br />

Oliver & Fox PA<br />

Centennial Bank<br />

Clearwater Gas System<br />

Duke Energy<br />

Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce<br />

Greater <strong>Pasco</strong> Chamber of Commerce<br />

Jarrett Ford<br />

Laporte, Mulligan & Werner-Watkins, P.A.<br />

Medical Center of Trinity<br />

Micro Solutions<br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> County Clerk & Comptroller<br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> County Sheriff's Office<br />

Race to Escape<br />

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point<br />

Ron's Bar-B-Que<br />

Saint Leo University<br />

Simpson Environmental Services, Inc.<br />

TECO Energy, Inc.<br />

<strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

LEADERSHIPPASCO.COM<br />

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Orientation—Meet<br />

the Class of 2020<br />

by Heather Grimes ’11<br />

The <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> Class of 2020 kicked off<br />

their year on August 15 during the annual Orientation<br />

event held at Spartan Manor. The class<br />

members learned about the exciting eight month<br />

journey they are about to embark on. Heather<br />

Grimes (’11), Chief Administrative Officer for the<br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> County Clerk & Comptroller's Office and Angel<br />

Cook (’18) of Leaders Insurance, Inc. facilitated<br />

the evening's agenda. The class was welcomed<br />

by current Board President, Kim Hamm (’15), of<br />

Race to Escape, LLC. They also heard from all the<br />

monthly program day leaders about what to expect<br />

throughout the year. The evening ended with<br />

a networking activity that paired <strong>Leadership</strong><br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> Alumni with the new class members. This<br />

year’s class will hold a special place in the history<br />

of <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> as they are the 30th class<br />

to be accepted into the program. The <strong>Leadership</strong><br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> Board of Directors would like to introduce<br />

the Class of 2020.<br />

<strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> Class of 2020<br />

Monica Andersen — AdventHealth Dade City<br />

Charles Anderson — United Way of <strong>Pasco</strong> County<br />

Turner Arbour — <strong>Pasco</strong> Economic Development Council<br />

Kera Arnone — Keller Williams Realty - The Judi Pobst Team<br />

Kathleen Balthazard — First National Bank of <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

Jessica Bleser — <strong>Pasco</strong> County Board of County Commissioners<br />

Rick Bruno — AdventHealth Wesley Chapel<br />

Michael Carballa — <strong>Pasco</strong> County Board of County Commissioners<br />

Kirsty Churchill — Gulfside Healthcare Services<br />

Rodney Corriveau — City of Zephyrhills<br />

Heather Davis — GTE Financial<br />

Dennis Feltwell — <strong>Pasco</strong>-Hernando State College<br />

Alexia Fernandez — Wells Fargo Bank<br />

Margie Freeman — Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point<br />

Kelly Giber — BayCare Health System<br />

Frank Grey — <strong>Pasco</strong> County Schools<br />

Timothy Hanavan — Remax Premier Group<br />

Patricia Howard — <strong>Pasco</strong> County Schools<br />

Richard Jenkins — Eckerd Connects<br />

Denise Johnson — Florida Trans Proud<br />

Patrice McBride — <strong>Pasco</strong> County Clerk and Comptroller<br />

Judy Meyers — City of New Port Richey<br />

Lauran Monbarren — Simpson Environmental Services /<br />

Simpson Farms Inc.<br />

Thomas O'Connor Bruno — Coalition for the Homeless of<br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> County, Inc.<br />

Carol Parris<br />

Julie Rockwell — Raymond James & Associates<br />

Debi Shackowsky — Marjorie's Hope<br />

Mary Sommise — Medical Center of Trinity<br />

Amy Taylor — Morton Plant North Bay (BayCare)<br />

Nicholas Walsh — Home Res-Q Remodeling<br />

Rebecca Wilkinson-Shields — <strong>Pasco</strong> County Sheriff's Office<br />

Robert Winters — Salvation Army<br />

J. David Wright — Primerica<br />

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Youth <strong>Leadership</strong><br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> Achieves<br />

by Rob Aguis ’01<br />

On October 10, <strong>2019</strong>, the Youth <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

class of 2020 met at Treehoppers to kick off the <strong>2019</strong>-20<br />

Program Year with an Orientation and Team Building<br />

Focus.<br />

Treehoppers was a little different this year, the<br />

class is filled with great kids that were eager to go up<br />

and climb, discover and explore new heights both literally<br />

and figuratively. Treehoppers changed things up<br />

this year and had several routes for students to take,<br />

students were going in every different direction so<br />

they were really on their own exploring and discovering<br />

their own boundaries and limits.<br />

The class got lucky with a beautiful day, the weather<br />

was little cooler than normal with a nice breeze,<br />

the sun was shining and the kids were a great group.<br />

Many of the students were fearless going beyond what<br />

they even thought they could possibly do. It was awesome<br />

to see!<br />

Throughout the course of the day the group worked<br />

together, they were helping each other out, giving<br />

each other little tips along the courses and really encouraging<br />

each other, what a pleasure!<br />

On the very first day they were forming bonds one<br />

young lady came down from the course to sit with a<br />

friend who was tired and couldn’t go any longer to<br />

keep her company.<br />

Every student challenged themselves and overcame<br />

the struggles. We are extremely proud of them all!<br />

Next stop was Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice<br />

Day, November 7th.<br />

Sponsors<br />

Hudson Rotary Club<br />

O'Connor Law Group, P.A.<br />

Rotary Club of Dade City Noon<br />

Rotary Club of Holiday<br />

Rotary Club of New Port Richey<br />

Rotary Club of Port Richey<br />

Rotary Club of Seven Springs<br />

Rotary Club of West <strong>Pasco</strong> Sunset<br />

Rotary Wesley Chapel Noon<br />

Rotary Club of Trinity<br />

<strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

LEADERSHIPPASCO.COM<br />

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<strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> Class of 2020 arrives at Saint Leo University for a lunch presentation and tour during their East side<br />

Bus Tour Day.<br />

And We Are Off!<br />

Harold Sample '91<br />

With the perennial Bus Tour days, all 33 members<br />

of the Class of 2020 have begun their <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

adventure.<br />

This year's tours were on Thursday and Friday, September<br />

19th & 20th. Fortunately no hurricanes forced<br />

any changes to the day and the weather cooperated,<br />

with only a brief shower while the class visited the<br />

Saint Leo Abbey church. Harold Sample (’91) and Senator<br />

Wilton Simpson (’02) escorted the group on the east<br />

tour, while Kurt Conover (’92), Frances Werner-Watkins<br />

(’11) and Michael Cox (’15) were the co-moderators<br />

with Harold on the west side.<br />

The new <strong>Pasco</strong> County Utilities Administration<br />

building served as the base for the first day. Jeff Novotny,<br />

the past Board Chairman of the renamed North<br />

Tampa Chamber of Commerce gave the amazing statistics<br />

and plans for the exploding Wesley Chapel area.<br />

Billy Poe (’10), now the Zephyrhills City Manager, was<br />

joined by Todd VanDe Berg (’03), City Planner, to tell<br />

the class about the City of Pure Water and the impacts<br />

of skydiving and seasonal residents on their economy.<br />

The Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce was<br />

again the morning break site with John Moors, the<br />

Chamber's Executive Director, giving a presentation on<br />

Dade City events, and breadsticks from Olga's Bakery!<br />

The dynamo of Tommytown - Margarita Romo<br />

(’95) joined the bus for the annual loop in the Calle de<br />

Milagros ("Street of Miracles") community and the<br />

services Farmworker's Self-Help continues to provide.<br />

Harold described plans for long-needed new industry<br />

in Lacoochee while Wilton outlined the impacts of the<br />

agriculture industry on the <strong>Pasco</strong> economy. He also explained<br />

the egg production facility at his farm in Trilby,<br />

before leaving the bus to head off to address his duties as<br />

the incoming 2020-22 President of the Florida Senate.<br />

Dr. Jen Shaw, Ph.D., Vice President of Student Affairs<br />

for Saint Leo University welcomed the class to<br />

the campus for the lunch stop, and provided an over<br />

view of Saint Leo's ever expanding academic programs.<br />

<strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong>'s own Jason Longo (’17) coordinated<br />

tours of the campus and arranged for Brother Apollo<br />

to be available to answer questions about the Saint Leo<br />

Abbey and the church.<br />

Following a ride back across State Road 52, the class<br />

had their afternoon session start with Craig Laporte<br />

(’06) giving the class information on October's Criminal<br />

Justice day. President Stephanie Pontlitz (’13)<br />

then outlined the program's structure and requirements<br />

for the rest of the class year.<br />

Friday had the group meet at the site of their new<br />

afternoon activity in Holiday. Following the loop along<br />

the coast through Anclote and Baillie's Bluff, a stop<br />

was made at Metropolitan Ministries where Nancy<br />

Dougherty (’17) outlined their services and expansion<br />

across the County. She also highlighted the assistance<br />

provided by the <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> Class of 2018<br />

through its project of badly needed floor covering<br />

replacements for their shelter.<br />

The morning break at the beautiful and active<br />

New Port Richey Aquatics and Recreation Center was<br />

coordinated by Elaine Smith ('98), Parks & Recreation<br />

Director for the City. Mayor Rob Marlowe (’97) and City<br />

Manager Debbie Manns (’18) welcomed the Class, while<br />

the renamed Greater <strong>Pasco</strong> Chamber of Commerce,<br />

under the direction of President and CEO Tim McClain<br />

(’15), provided refreshments.<br />

Mike, Frances, and Kurt provided information and<br />

background throughout the trip, gained from each of<br />

their growing-up in West <strong>Pasco</strong> and their work experiences.<br />

Mike focused on New Port Richey and Port<br />

Richey, their history and challenges. His service as<br />

Mayor of Port Richey, County Commissioner, and now<br />

Planning Commission member provided great insights.<br />

Frances' mother's family were some of the original set-<br />

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The Class had a blast at Race to Escape in Holiday as a part of their afternoon activities on their tour of <strong>Pasco</strong>'s West side.<br />

tlers of Hudson and Port Richey. She tied those beginnings to her experiences and the development in the area<br />

by her father - Gene Werner, who was instrumental in the creation of the Werner-Boyce State Park, north of Port<br />

Richey. A stop there with a presentation by the Park's manager, gave a vivid glimpse into the natural coastline<br />

and endangered environment of the State. Kurt handled navigation for the outstanding motor coach operator,<br />

Gene, from Olympus Limo, and information on the largest tax payers in the County along with other tidbits.<br />

Frances also arranged for Scott Tremblay, the newly elected Mayor of the City of Port Richey, to meet the<br />

class at Nick's Park on the river. He spoke on the efforts to reset the course and direction of the City, which has<br />

experiences so much governmental turmoil over the past decades.<br />

The tour then went to the <strong>Pasco</strong> County government complex on Little Road. There they stopped at the County's<br />

Emergency Operations Center ("EOC") and had a presentation by the County's new Emergency Management<br />

Director, Andrew Fossa, on disaster planning and response operations, and a fascinating tour of the 911 Center.<br />

Following a delicious lunch at Craft Street at Mitchell Crossings (thank you Tyler and crew!), the tour ended<br />

back at Race to Escape in Holiday. There, <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> President Kim Hamm (’15), and her team presented a<br />

new activity as part of team-building for this year's class.<br />

It was a great two days and the Class of 2020 is off to a good start!<br />

What a comfortable way to see our magnificent county and to hear from the diverse speakers on this two-day tour.<br />

<strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

LEADERSHIPPASCO.COM<br />

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Trouble in the Rubble<br />

By Craig Laporte '06


An explosion in the distance marked a new adventure<br />

for the Class of 2020 during Criminal Justice Day.<br />

At the mobile command center the class was briefed<br />

that a bomb just destroyed the courthouse and crisis<br />

teams were on the scene. The scene was the newly constructed<br />

“rubble pile” located near the <strong>Pasco</strong> County<br />

Jail and designed to train first responders how to deal<br />

with a mass casualty event, such as a terrorist attack.<br />

As a drone flew over the smoking debris sending<br />

back optics to the command center’s TV, the class<br />

loaded onto amphibious vehicles and headed across the<br />

muddy terrain to the scene of devastation. They then<br />

witnessed the bomb-sniffing canine check for more explosives,<br />

followed by a cadaver dog’s search for human<br />

remains. By next year those dogs will be joined by one<br />

trained to find survivors.<br />

Just as the day ended with an explosion, so did the<br />

morning exercise as the SWAT team threw a flashbang<br />

during a hostage demonstration. The class started and<br />

ended its day with a bang. In the middle were forensics<br />

demonstrations, panel discussions, Child Protective<br />

Investigation presentations, mental health discussions<br />

and the annual walking tour of the jail.<br />

The day was cool and comfortable and the class<br />

enjoyed all the activities and demonstrations. More<br />

important was their take-away of an appreciation for<br />

the capabilities of the <strong>Pasco</strong> Sheriff’s Office and the<br />

complexities and issues facing the criminal justice<br />

system. Major James Mallo, PSO, once again did a<br />

tremendous job of coordinating the multiple facets<br />

of the Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Nocco once again made<br />

himself and his entire command staff available for the<br />

entire day; with the brief exception when the class<br />

witnessed a live crisis event unfolding in an officerinvolved<br />

shooting. As the chopper revved up and took<br />

off and K9 and SWAT members raced toward Dade City,<br />

the Sheriff briefed the class on the unfolding real-life<br />

event. Fortunately, the suspect was captured shortly<br />

after and no deputies were hurt.<br />

The day ended and the class then met to elect their<br />

class officers and discuss their project. Overall, it appeared<br />

the class enjoyed the day. Thanks again to the<br />

men and women of the <strong>Pasco</strong> Sheriff’s Office and the<br />

other members of the criminal court system who made<br />

this day so memorable.<br />

“They then witnessed the<br />

bomb-sniffing canine check<br />

for more explosives, followed<br />

by a cadaver dog’s search<br />

for human remains. By<br />

next year those dogs will be<br />

joined by one trained to find<br />

survivors.”<br />

<strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

LEADERSHIPPASCO.COM<br />

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<strong>Pasco</strong> County Sheriff's Office wowed the Class of 2020 with hardware and expertise.<br />

Craig Laporte '06 (pictured) ran a fast-paced and action-packed day along with co-program day leader Major James Mallo '12.


Debi Shackowski (front) with Mary Sommise, Tim Hanavan, Kirsty Churchill, Denise Johnson, Julie Rockwell, and<br />

Margie Freeman enjoying Criminal Justice Day.<br />

When Debi Shackowsky from the Class of 2020 shared her letter to Sheriff Chris Nocco, we thought<br />

it was very insightful and descriptive of this great opportunity. She captures the essence our own ride<br />

along experiences as alumni of <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> with <strong>Pasco</strong> County Sheriff's Office and the other local<br />

law enforcement teams that participate in Criminal Justice Day. We proudly, and with permission,<br />

print her letter in it's entirety.<br />

Dear Sheriff Nocco<br />

I want to take this opportunity to share with<br />

you a little about the amazing day I had today<br />

on my first venture as a ride a long. At 0800 this<br />

morning, I was greeted by and partnered with<br />

Deputy Chris Ramos. Once he fitted me with my<br />

observer vest and we were out the door. After getting<br />

to know more about one another, I immediately<br />

felt comfortable and at ease. Ramos simply<br />

has that genuine charisma. At first, he educated<br />

me about his coverage area and followed up with<br />

a geographic tour. After his traffic stop with a<br />

warning issued, he received the first of many<br />

calls during the shift.<br />

Moreover, Deputy Ramos made a point to not<br />

only educate me about each call we responded,<br />

but made certain he answered all of my questions.<br />

During each call, I had the pleasure of<br />

meeting many other deputies and detectives<br />

throughout the day. Again, Ramos took the time<br />

to educate me about his colleague and their type<br />

of work. Although I did not spend as much time<br />

with Deputy Justin Keene, he was with us for<br />

many of the calls. It was very apparent these two<br />

deputies (Ramos and Keene) have a unique bond;<br />

as did Ramos have with several of the other deputies;<br />

specifically, Deputy Collaris.<br />

More important was my observation in how<br />

many of the other deputies leaned upon Deputy<br />

Ramos for simple guidance and/or questions<br />

about a report, policy and procedures, test kit<br />

applications, etc. It was very apparent Ramos was<br />

the “go to” guy with all of his knowledge.<br />

What Impressed me the most about Deputy<br />

Ramos was two fold: a. The comaradie he shared<br />

among his fellow deputies. b. The kindness and<br />

respect displayed when interacting with the<br />

citizens in which the calls were made. It cannot<br />

be easy day after day responding to repeat:<br />

drug addicts, alcoholics, prolific welfare checks,<br />

victims protecting their abusers from domestic<br />

violence calls and more alike; without becoming<br />

calloused. To the contrary, I witnessed deputy<br />

Ramos with deputies Keene and Collaris working<br />

tandom to actively listen, ask questions, explain<br />

and re-explain with the same respect; regardless<br />

if they were speaking to a known drug addict,<br />

belligerent alcoholic, battery, gang affiliate, etc.<br />

Last, thank you for being a business copartner<br />

with <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong>. Participating in the ride<br />

a long program not only allowed me the opportunity<br />

to observe field operations first hand, but<br />

also provided me with insight and heightened appreciation<br />

as to the challenges and risks involved<br />

for our Leo’s.<br />

Debi Shackowsky<br />

Marjorie’s Hope Founder<br />

and <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong> Class 2020<br />

<strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong><br />

LEADERSHIPPASCO.COM<br />

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Join <strong>Leadership</strong> <strong>Pasco</strong>’s Class of 2021<br />

Interested in serving the Community?<br />

Seeking personal and professional growth?<br />

Looking for networking opportunities?<br />

Apply by June 1, 2020<br />

www.<strong>Leadership</strong><strong>Pasco</strong>.com<br />

Mark Your Calendar<br />

®<br />

Saturday, April 25, 2020<br />

<strong>Pasco</strong> Rotary Pavilion at the Concourse in Hudson<br />

Class of 2020 Graduation<br />

Thursday, May 28, 2020<br />

Tampa Bay Golf & Country Club

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