Leadership students ready to serve communities

Leaders from throughout Johnson County have spent the past five months working on ways to improve their communities.

Some have been focused on helping a local women’s sanctuary create a shelter house and stock its food pantry. Others have envisioned a pet show for children that will benefit dogs and cats without homes.

Increasing youth volunteerism and building life skills for the underprivileged also has been a focus.

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