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Young selected for 2006 Leadership Howard County Class

Contact:   Stacie Irish

Leadership Howard County selects Christopher Young for the 2006 Class
Columbia, MD—September 12, 2005— Christopher S. Young, Managing Member of Business & Technology Law Group, is among the list of participants recently chosen for the Leadership Howard County 2005-2006 Program, according to an announcemnet by Susan M. Rosenbaum, Chairman of the Board of Directors.

"The selection of these outstanding participants was a difficult task," said Ms. Rosenbaum.  "Howard County is blessed with a wealth of talented and committed people.  The candidates who are selected for this program reflect a balance of interests and backgrounds, bringing an array of perspectives, talents and resources to the class."

"We are pleased that these individuals and their respective organizations are making this commitment to enhancing the pool of leadership talent here in Howard County, " she added.

The Leadership program was launched in 1985 to develop capabale, well-informed individuals committed to formulating plans for community improvment.  The program addresses countywide issues in monthly, daylong seminars where these concerned citizens meet with establish leaders in business, government and community services.

"The emergence of community leaders should not be left to mere chance," says Stacie Irish, Executive Director of the Leadership Program.  "Therefore, we have designed a program to identify and prepare outstanding leaders who are committed to meeting the challenges of community development and Howard County's future.

For more information on Leadership Howard County, call Stacie Hunt Irish at410-730-4474 or visit its website at

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