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Leadership Kansas concludes six months of sessions across the state, graduates its 41st member class
1 Nov 2019
The 41st class of Leadership Kansas graduated after two days in the capital city.
Topeka was the final stop on a six-month journey for this year’s Leadership Kansas participants. The 40 members of the 2019 class spent time each month traveling across Kansas to learn about the state’s triumphs and challenges.
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