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Future leaders picked

Leadership Park City, which works to train people to be leaders in the community, recently named its 13th class, picking 32 people for the yearlong program.

The 2006-2007 class includes:

( Jay Aguilar

( Christie Babalis

( Kristin Carpenter

( Irene Cho

( Tim Dahlin

( Jeff Daily

( Laura D’anna

( Martin D. Fox

( Erin Grady

( Brooke Hafets

( Chris Haslock

( Gerd Holmsen-Aguilar

( Kim Kerr

( Kimberly Kuehn

( Phil Kirk

( Joseph Lair

( Matt Leavitt

( Gregory Libecci

( Janet Margulies

( Christina Miller

( Gary Mitchell

( David Nicholas

( Alan Powell

( Ashley Pyne

( Pelle Sederholm

( Laurie J. Smith

( Jenni Smith

( Shirin Spangenberg

( Rhoda J. Stauffer

( Lynn Suksdorf

( Kary Thompson-Moore

( Jane Toly

A selection committee chose the group from 120 applications, according to a statement from City Hall.

The people in Leadership Park City typically spend the year learning about issues in the Park City area and hearing from a roster of government, business and nonprofit leaders. The supporters see the program as being successful in grooming the participants for leadership roles in the community. Lots of people from the Park City government, for instance, are alumni of Leadership Park City.

Each class decides to pursue an issue the members see as important to the community and they often are similar to those being promoted by City Hall. In the past, projects have included wind power, environmentally friendly building and making communities easier to navigate for walkers and others not driving cars, according to a release from the government.

The program says 325 people are alumni of Leadership Park City.

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