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Leadership Clark County, a program of the Arkadelphia Regional Economic Development Alliance, announced participants selected for Class II.

The program, which is in its second year, received over 45 applications for 25 available slots.

Leadership Clark County is aimed at creating local leadership as well as encouraging and supporting the character and heritage of Clark County. Class members will take part in a Kick-off Retreat on Sept. 9-10 at Camp Winnamocka.

Members of Leadership Clark County Class II are: Karen Arnold, US Bank; Michelle Babineaux, Cabe Offices; Angie Bell, Henderson State University; Blake Bell, Edward Jones Investments; Jennifer Bryant, City of Arkadelphia; Cindy Dunne, Alumacraft Boat Company; John Elkins, Wright, Berry, Hughes and Moore; Elaine Funderburk, Ouachita Baptist University; Brent Garner, Southern Good Faith Fund; Kirk Goodrum, Siplast, Inc.; Jarrod Harper, Danfoss-Scroll Technologies; Misty Harris, Summit Bank; Leah Hassley, Small Business and Technology Development Center, Henderson State University; Leslie Holloway, South Central Electric Cooperative; Andrew Kneebone, Echols, Thompson and Davis, Ltd.; Kendal Land, First Presbyterian Church, Arkadelphia; Mallory Moddelmog, Ouachita Baptist University; Sarah Moss, Arkadelphia Public Schools; Veronica Nelson, Dawson Educations Cooperative; Ginger Overturf, Clark County Community Foundation; Shelly Perrin, Baptist Health Family Clinic; Lori Ross, Southern Bancorp; April Shepherd, Dawson Education Cooperative; David Turner, Clark County Sheriff’s Department; and Tonya Washington, Farm Service Agency.

For more information contact Shawnie Carrier, executive director of the Alliance, or Leslie Bright, communications and research director, at 246-1461 or