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Class Projects

Leadership Tomorrow

Class Projects

The Leadership Tomorrow Class conducts an annual project as part of the nine-month curriculum. All Class members are required to participate in the planning and execution of the project.  The goal of the LT class project is to select one project that all members can participate in and helps the community or an organization in the community. 

The group is encouraged to think about a leadership project that makes a difference in the community in terms of a leadership, not volunteer, project. The process of completing this project is just as essential as the outcome of the project.

Past Projects

Class 10. 1995 Paint-a-Thon

Class 11. Facilitated two projects –Completely organized the Vision Fair for the Heartland Vision Project as a community needs assessment opportunity. Multiple booths are decorated and a carnival atmosphere was created to encourage residents to come out and cast their votes for the future. The second class project was a gift of funds and time to sponsor a teen dance at Super Bowl for the Mayor’s Task Force for Youth.

Class 12. Facilitated the Community Partnership Project by conducting a phone survey. The phone survey gathered data which was compiled into a report to identify, evaluate, analyze and plan for human needs.

Class 13. Held a food drive to benefit the Salvation Army Food Pantry. Class members spent a Saturday collecting food items at each of the grocery stores in Grand Island

Class 14. Helped with the Chatauqua tent raising & additional tasks throughout the event 

Class 15. Painted the Homeless Shelter

Class 16. Co-sponsored the Mayoral Forum & assisted Salvation Army with their holiday food boxes & toy donations.

Class 17. Worked on Stolley Park Community Playground

Class 18. Howard Eakes Community Trash Bash

Class 19. Built playground equipment at Shoemaker Park

Class 20. Habitat for Humanity Build

Class 21. Scraped and painted the Grand Theater

Class 22. Hope Harbor's adopt-a-family program, wrapped presents, and arranged for a photographer to take family photos

Class 23. Adopt a Park Community Service Project

Class 24. Crisis Center (painting & projects)

Class 25. Helping Hoops- created a one day basketball tournament for Special Olympics

Class 26. Trails Alive Project – Helped add 6 signs to the Hike & Bike Trails w/information about trails, safety guidelines & distance markers.

Class 27. YWCA – develop play area

Class 28. Habitat for Humanity Build

Class 29. Refresh Kids Kingdom

Class 30. Clean up of Stuhr and painting at YWCA

Class 31. Downtown clean up

Class 32. Combat Human Trafficking – cataloged all hotel rooms in GI and passed out HOPE stickers to businesses

Class 33. Child Abuse Prevention awareness 

** Please contact the LT office if this list requires any edits** 

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