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City of LaGrange graduates LaGrange 101 class

The City of LaGrange graduated its 2022 LaGrange 101 Class Tuesday (12/13) night at the regular City Council meeting.

This class, hosted by the City of LaGrange, allows local citizens to experience an inside look at city government. The goal of the class is to help develop informed and involved citizens.

The fifteen members of the 2022 LaGrange 101 class include Lillie Fuller, Steve Jefferies, Becky Spencer, Pam Bacon, Zsa Zsa Heard, Tabitha Coverson, Quay Boddie, Ashley Cousin, Israel Barsh, Maiya Dowell, Linda Schumacher, Connie Hensler, Mary Beth Pelt, Maryanne Lovejoy and Al Brannon.

LaGrange 101 is a six-week class that met Monday evenings from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. Each week participants learned about two departments of the local government.

Before the class began each participant was asked to submit three concerns they want to be addressed about the City of LaGrange. The presenters each week incorporated the concerns submitted into their presentations.

Graduation from the class took place at the LaGrange City Council meeting Tuesday, December 13th.

The city will begin accepting applications for 2023 LaGrange 101 in August 2023.

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