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Date Press Release
09/12/2006 Leadership Tangipahoa to host After Hours Event

 

For Immediate Release:                                                               9/12/06 

Contact Information:                                                                    Emily McKneely
                                                                                                   985-542-7520
                                                                                                   emily@tangitourism.com
                                                                                                   Carla Tate
                                                                                                   985-748-3211
 

Leadership Tangipahoa to host “After Hours” Event

The Leadership Tangipahoa Executive Board, Alumni Association, and current class will meet at Cate Street Seafood Station, Thursday, September 14 from 5-7 pm.  Jonathan Wong, co-owner of Cate Street Station, has reserved the patio for the group. “Happy hour” specials will be offered as well as live entertainment beginning at 6:30.  Ongoing networking and group activities add tremendously to the Leadership experience.  This close-knit group invites potential students who are interested in participating in the Leadership Tangipahoa program to join them.  This is an excellent opportunity to learn first-hand what the program is all about.  Guests will have the opportunity to mingle with current and past participants of the program.  For further information, contact Emily McKneely or Carla Tate.

Who: Leadership Tangipahoa Board, Alumni, Class, and Guests

What: After Hours Event

When: Thursday, September 14, 5-7 pm

Where: Cate Street Seafood Station – Downtown Hammond

The mission of Leadership Tangipahoa is to improve the quality of life in Tangipahoa Parish by training a diverse group of current and emerging leaders about the interrelationships of community systems.