The program’s time frame was condensed while increasing the content of each class.
The program runs from Jan. 14 to May 27. Class participants meet from 8 to 11 a.m. every other Tuesday to learn about topics that span different aspects of leadership such as economic development, health care, the history of Clinton, government and more.
“I think this has been a vision of a lot of people for numerous years,” Kreinbrink said. “Being so close to kicking it off, I’m anxious, excited. I’m ready to get this going.”
There is a limited amount of spots left for the 2014 class, which are expected to fill up by Jan. 1. A kick-off party for the new members and past graduates is slated for Jan. 9.