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Fellowship in 'all things Palo Alto' aims to create pipeline of leaders

Original post made on Jun 14, 2013

A hopeful crop of aspiring civic leaders celebrated a Palo Alto graduation last week.

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Posted by Carroll Harrington
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on Jun 14, 2013 at 3:15 pm

Kudos to Paula Sandas and Lisa Van Dusen for resurrecting Leadership Palo Alto (LPA) and making better than ever! i attended the graduation last week and was gretly impressed by the two-minute presentations that each Fellow gave about what LPA has meant. You can be sure that their contributions to Palo Alto and other communities will be significant.

Supervisor Joe Simitian mentioned in his remarks that the late Gary Fazzino wanted to see LPA revived. I am sure that he is smiling down on them now.

If you are at all interested, I encourage you to download the application and become part of this most exciting Palo Alto program!

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