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The Morgans are moving from Loudoun. Sad, but true. We are launching the Mike Morgan Scholarship to honor his many years of service to Leadership Loudoun.
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More photos of the graduation festivities held Friday, May 16 at Notaviva Vineyards are on our Facebook Page.
Teams 1 and 2 joined forces on their Community Impact Project (CIP) on May 3. Affordable Housing was Team 1's topic; Volunteerism was Team 2's. Loudoun Habitat For Humanity's home building on St. Louis Rd and Peterson Rd. was excellent common ground. The Project was enhanced by the unique addition a permanent plaque, Red Leaf Plum tree and flowers, and a metal bench to create a special tribute to Erin Peterson who died in the Virginia Tech shooting in 2007. Celeste Peterson, Erin's mother; Pete Peterson, Erin's grandfather; Walt Hogan, Erin's uncle; and many family members attended and participated in the day. Thank you to Virginia Regional Transit, Meadows Farms Nurseries, and Knight Solutions for their contributions.
Youth Hunger Awareness was the topic chosen by Team 4. April 24 was their Issue Day at which they had an excellent, knowledgeable group of speakers discuss the topic with a focus on Loudoun County. Then they put us to work at the warehouse helping with the food donations. Congratulations Team 4!