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Apply For 2014 Citizens' Academy

More Than 90 People Have Graduated From The Citizens’ Academy.

Last year, the graduating class of the Woodbury Citizens’ Academy received their diplomas at the Eagle Valley Golf Course clubhouse. (Credit: Kris Janisch)
Last year, the graduating class of the Woodbury Citizens’ Academy received their diplomas at the Eagle Valley Golf Course clubhouse. (Credit: Kris Janisch)
The Woodbury Citizens' Academy will return for its fifth consecutive year, in the spring of 2014. 

Applicants are being accepted until Friday, Jan. 24 by the Woodbury Community Foundation.

The citizens' academy will consist of 10 sessions, which are designed to educate participants about the city and encourage more involvement, according to a press release from the city.

The weekly sessions begin Feb. 6, and will end on April 10. The citizens' academy is free and open to the public; however, there is a 30 person limit. Enrollment is based on a first come, first served basis. 

Sessions will cover a variety of topics ranging from government and culture to local media and public safety. More than 90 people have graduated from the Citizens’ Academy since its inception.

Register for the program by sending an e-mail to Claudia Millington, citizens’ academy volunteer program chair, at cmillington@cortrustbank.com with your name, address, telephone, e-mail address. Include your occupation, employer, brief highlights of current volunteer activity and one sentence on why you want to participate in the citizens’ academy.

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