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Updated: 06/10/2018 08:24:02AM

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From left: Scott Dressel, Anastasia Saunders, Luzed Cruz, Melony Culpepper and Justin Brock present the Class Review at the Leadership Highlands Class of 2018 graduation on Thursday at the Hotel Jacaranda.

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From left: Leadership Highlands Class of 2018 graduate Anastasia Saunders receives a plaque from Leadership Highlands Advisory Board Member John Barben for being one of class members who volunteered to be tased during the class trip in October to the Highlands County Sheriff’s Office training facility.

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From left: Leadership Highlands Advisory Board Member John Barben presents the Morris Adams Award to Leadership Highlands Class of 2018 graduate Melissa Blackman with Leadership Highlands Chair Mike McLeod at the Leadership Highlands Class of 2018 Graduation on Thursday at the Hotel Jacaranda.



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The Leadership Highlands Class of 2018 during its trip to Tallahassee in February.


By MARC VALERO

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AVON PARK — The Leadership Highlands Class of 2018 wrapped up its nearly year-long adventure in learning about Highlands County on Thursday with a final class session that morning followed by its graduation luncheon at The Hotel Jacaranda.

The class met Thursday morning at the shared retail location of Pure Grit Boot Company and The Gun Rack on U.S. 27 N. in Sebring. The owners related the challenges and rewards in starting their own business.

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