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    Leadership Robertson County and Youth Leadership Robertson County applications are being accepted now! 

    Leadership Robertson County is a nine- month program designed to develop and encourage Robertson County residents to take an active leadership role in the future of our community.  Class sessions begin in September each year and are held one full day each month through May. For an application and more details click here.

Realizing Robertson's Future Program Receives National Award In Year Two

Realizing Robertson's Future (RRF), a public/private partnership in which more than 50 Robertson County businesses, individuals, and public entities pledged $1.25 million to fund a four-year program of work targeted at enhancing the economic and community development of Robertson County, finished its second year of operations in June.

At an annual meeting of the investors on Monday, July 14, accomplishments were shared in the the four areas of emphasis: corporate recruitment, existing business support, transportation and infrastructure, and education and workforce development.

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Member Spotlight

Senator Kerry Roberts

It's ‪#‎MemberMonday! 

SPOTLIGHT on Senator Kerry Roberts. Kerry has been a member since 2010. We asked him a few questions:

What do you like best about Robertson County? 
"We love where we live and the small town feel. I really enjoy every season with the different crop cycles, and in just a few weeks, it will be time for smoking barns. It's a beautiful county, but it's the people who make it so special." 

What are your favorite things about the Chamber?
"Definitely the networking, and a close second would be having an organized calendar of community events. It's a great resource."

Who is the most influential person in your life?
"My father, without a doubt. He was a true statesman and diplomat. He was well-educated with amazing leadership qualities. He was a natural leader in work, the community, and church, with the ability to bring people together on an issue. He was very humble, never seeking credit. I've always said that when I grow up, I want to be like my dad." 

People would be surprised to know..."that I was in the movie Breaking Away." 
(in 1979, as a bike racer, filmed in his hometown, Bloomington, IN) 

Kerry Roberts and his wife Dianne have three children; Evan- Harding University, Nora- Springfield High School, and Davis- Springfield Middle School. Thanks, Kerry! 

Want to be featured on #MemberMonday? Drop your business card in the fishbowl at the next Good Morning Robertson County!

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