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Leadership Mountain View Recruiting for the Class of 2010

Original post made by Alicia Crank, Mountain View, on Aug 6, 2009

Each year Leadership Mountain View, a nonprofit run by the Chamber of Commerce, brings together several dozen people who live or work in the city to help them learn about what makes Mountain View function -- from its City Hall to its schools, businesses and nonprofits.


LMV's classes which have graduated council members, school administrators, business leaders and nonprofit directors span nearly two decades now, and next week is the deadline to sign up for the program's 20th class. The milestone will be celebrated when this class graduates in the spring, and 500 alumni will reunite to celebrate the 20th anniversary, said the program's current director, Alicia Crank.

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