Local non-profits speak during leadership program

Safe Haven Director Teressia Garner informs the group about the various programs Safe Haven offers, including their summer programs that aim to educate the public on everything from writing checks to basic healthcare. Jordan Wilson/Press-Herald
Safe Haven Director Teressia Garner informs the group about the various programs Safe Haven offers, including their summer programs that aim to educate the public on everything from writing checks to basic healthcare. Jordan Wilson/Press-Herald
Chris Broussard, executive director of Cultural Crossroads, explains the history of Chicken Stock (formerly the Spring Arts Festival) and the importance of arts education in Webster Parish. Jordan Wilson/Press-Herald
Chris Broussard, executive director of Cultural Crossroads, explains the history of Chicken Stock (formerly the Spring Arts Festival) and the importance of arts education in Webster Parish. Jordan Wilson/Press-Herald

Wednesday, representatives of local non-profit organizations spoke to members of this year’s Leadership Chamber Program at the United Way Center in Minden. The program, which runs for nine months, covers a new topic each month. This month’s meeting, ‘A Day with Non-Profits’ included speakers from United Way, CASA, United Christian Home and more.

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