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Leadership Lafayette Class of 2016 Stops by HottyToddy.com for Scavenger Hunt

Leadership Lafayette members Allison Garner, Lee Ann Stubbs, Emery Newsome and Campbell Hevelston.
Leadership Lafayette members Allison Garner, Lee Ann Stubbs, Emery Newsome and Campbell Hevelston.

The class of 2016 of Leadership Lafayette stopped by the HottToddy.com office today for a little fun while on their scavenger hunt in Oxford.

Leadership Lafayette is made up of leaders from some of Oxford’s emerging community leaders. The nine month program helps these leaders learn more about Lafayette County and Oxford and the needs and current issues of both.

“It is designed for emerging community leaders,” according to the chamber’s website. “It is designed to assure the continuity of leadership in Lafayette-Oxford-University community and assist already established community leaders, who seek more effective ways to contribute to the community.”

Today, four leaders made a team and went out on a scavenger hunt, an activity for the leaders to better know Oxford. One of their stops was at HottyToddy.com for a quick photo op!

Thanks for coming to see us Lafayette Leadership! Hotty Toddy!


Emily Newton is a staff writer for hottytoddy.com and the editor of Experience Oxford magazine. She can be reached at emily.newton@hottytoddy.com!

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