The class, comprised of 41 business and community leaders from throughout Montgomery County, will work together on the project that will benefit the community in many ways.
This year’s class has committed to building rainwater harvesting systems at the Bear Branch Sports Complex in The Woodlands, Oak Ridge Elementary and the North Montgomery County Community Center in Willis. The systems will collect rain and store it to use for watering areas, such as gardens. The project locations will also include educational components to help educate and encourage the public to conserve water. The projects will be completed by April.
The LMC Class of 2014 is inviting the community to partner with them by becoming an invaluable sponsor of its rainwater harvesting/public education project. To make a donation, please email ClassProject@LMCTX.org or donate directly online at http://lmctx.org/current-class/project/ and click the donate button.
Leadership Montgomery County
Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, dedicated cultivating the future leaders of Montgomery County. The goal of the program is to educate and inform class members about major community issues, while inspiring and motivating individuals to exercise their leadership skills to benefit the community.
LMC is a joint project of the Greater Conroe/Lake Conroe Area Chamber of Commerce and The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce. The Magnolia Area Chamber of Commerce, the Community Chamber of East Montgomery County and the Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber are also participating Chambers in the LMC program. Participants are chosen by application process in June of each year.
For more information about Leadership Montgomery County, please visit LMCTX.org.