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An impromptu volunteer opportunity presented itself Monday at United Way of Lee County. Part of being in CEO is having a plan B if a visit or tour is postponed, and Keri Olson had the perfect job for the students. We are very thankful to be spending our December and January months with UWLC.


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Two back to back days with business owner and city councilman Mike Venier. Tuesday we had the opportunity to visit Venier Jewelers Inc. and listen to Mike discuss the importance of ...
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Project manager, Cecelia Ryan was not messing around when she gave the directive to "bring your pirate costume on Monday." Those who did not comply, received consequences. (all in good ...
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Project manager, Cecelia Ryan was not messing around when she gave the directive to "bring your pirate costume on Monday." Those who did not comply, received consequences. (all in good ...

Bo Mays, Sterling Federal Bank, greeted and welcomed CEO students on Monday. Sterling Federal is our "home base" for December and January. He gave an overview of what it means to be a ...
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Bo Mays, Sterling Federal Bank, greeted and welcomed CEO students on Monday. Sterling Federal is our "home base" for December and January. He gave an overview of what it means to be a ...

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