LRCC GRADS FINISH TRAINING SESSIONS -- Lakes Region Community College Leadership College graduates, Anca Muresan of Meredith, N.H., at left, and Spencer Barss of Littleton, N.H., are shown following the intensive weekend training sessions in Manchester recently. Twenty-five student leaders from 16 N.H. colleges and universities joined Muresan and Barss learning first-hand what being a professional and a leader in New Hampshire is all about. Barss is studying energy services technology. He is also an LRCC honor student who plans to transfer and earn the bachelor's degree at Plymouth State University. The Leadership College program is a direct result of a recommendation made by a commission of former Gov. Lynch to identify and retain graduates as new workers in New Hampshire.
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