Leadership SLO Class Legacy Projects
Classes I-IV – Focused on recruiting a class for the following year and keeping Leadership SLO alive.
Class V – Built the first wall for teambuilding exercises at the Wonder Valley retreat site.
Class VI – Funded Leadership SLO scholarships for the next 5 years.
Class VII – Printed Leadership SLO logo t-shirts for sale as a fundraiser for the program.
Class VIII – Produced a recruitment video for Leadership SLO
Class IX – Coordinated the first Leadership Alumni Mixer
Class X – Painted, repaired and landscaped a restored Victorian home in SLO that is home to youth who are runaways, or in rehab, or other tough circumstances.
Class XI – Created and fundraised for the Leadership SLO Endowment at the SLO Community Foundation.
Class XII – Re-built and added safety features to the wall at Wonder Valley retreat site.
Class XIII – Promoted literacy: donated books to Prado Day Center and the CAPSLO; raised money for the Library; developed and printed a children’s coloring book that told the history of SLO County.
Class XIV – Planted trees at Damon Garcia Sports Complex. Helped to re-construct Santa’s House in Mission Plaza. Coordinated a leadership day for high school students at Hearst Castle.
Class XV – Helped restore the Healing Garden at T-MHA’s Growing Grounds and built three mosaic benches.
Class XVI – Helped renovate the Tiny Tigers Preschool at San Luis Obispo High School.
Class XVII – Worked on the hiking/mountain biking trail at Johnson Ranch, they worked on building the trail, coordinated workdays, developed the interpretive signage, etc.
Class XVIII – Worked with the three Rotary Clubs in the City of San Luis Obispo to establish/enhance community gardens at Mitchell Park.
Class XIX – Created an outdoor classroom environment for the toddlers at the Child Development Center, a child abuse intervention, prevention, and treatment program for families.
Class XX – Created a human sundial at the San Luis Obispo Botanical Gardens. Reflecting class interest in sustainability, the arts, and education.
Class XXI – Created an interactive window box showcasing the riches of San Luis Obispo County, in the Hall of Counties on display at the California State Capitol Museum in Sacramento.
Class XXII – Restored the Lemon Grove Trail on Cerro San Luis, planting 22 lemon trees and maintaining the grove for 5 years.
Class XXIII – Created a Monarch Butterfly Garden Way Station in Santa Margarita of milkweed and native plants to help preserve California’s threatened Monarch population.
Class XXIV – Created a water demonstration landscape plan and garden at City Hall in SLO.
Class XXV – Designed and helped to install the public spaces surrounding the historic Octagon Barn.
Class XXVI – Creating an hydration station at the Pismo Preserve.
Class XXVII – Developing hydration station educational signage in the City of SLO.