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Friday, June 9, 2023

Columbia County Chamber looking for leaders of the future

The next Columbia County leaders could be people from right inside your company – if they have the right training.

The Columbia County Chamber of Commerce announced that it is accepting applications for its Leadership Columbia County program. Leadership Columbia County, presented by TaxSlayer, is designed to expose business and area leaders to the community’s opportunities and challenges. It also promotes and fosters the development of leaders who are committed to shaping the future of the CSRA.

The leadership classes participate in several events to raise their community awareness.

During the 10-month program, class members develop a high level of community awareness as they engage in day-long class sessions covering various topics such as law enforcement, healthcare, workforce and education, economic development, and the history of the county.

Applications for the Class of 2023 can be downloaded at and are due by 5 p.m. Friday, April 29.

For more information on the Leadership Columbia County program, contact Beth Frits, Chamber Leadership Programs Manager, at 706-373-9009 or

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