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Leadership Palm Beach County was instrumental in expanding my knowledge of the community and increased my awareness of the social and economic needs of our residents.

 

- Past President Bob Bertisch (Class of 1991), Executive Director,

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LPBC Announces New Executive Director

Date: January 24, 2006
On behalf of the Board of Governors, I am pleased to announce Leadership Palm Beach County's new Executive Director
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Class Project - Class of 2005

Date: May 1, 2006
Harmony House Renovations & Donation
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Class Project - Class of 2005

LPBC recognized Gale Howden as the 2006 Leadership Excellence Award Recipient during our 2nd annual banquet!
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YOUTH Leadership Palm Beach County celebrated a successful year of leadership learning and friendship at our Graduation Celebration April 25th. Two scholarships were presented to...
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Hands-On Day

Date: May 31, 2006
Leadership PaLPBC Lends a Helping Hand with Hurricane Repairslm Beach County graduates and guests.
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Hands-On Day

Class of 2006 Project Catches Eye of Tallahassee & D.C. Legislators...
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West Palm Beach, FL – Clerk & Comptroller Sharon R. Bock wants to warn citizens of attempts by various private companies to solicit fees of $40 to $60 for copies of public records...
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Clerk & Comptroller Alerts Citizens about Private Companies Charging Excessive Copy Fees for Public Records

Tallahassee – A new survey shows a majority of Floridians support tougher policies to deal with illegal immigration, even as many residents are mindful of the important role many illegal immigrants fill in the state’s economic and labor picture.
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Tallahassee – Perceptions among Floridians on issues related to affordable housing, crime and economic development vary, with a majority favoring incentives to businesses to encourage expansion or relocation to the state, according to an excerpt from the Sunshine State Survey released today.
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Tallahassee – There is a wide gap between expectations and reality when it comes to the civic activism patterns revealed in Leadership Florida’s 2007 Sunshine State Survey. Unquestionably, Florida’s reputation as a crucial battleground state creates an imagery of a constituency that is heavily involved in political campaigns.
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