Class Projects

2016-2017 Class XXVII

 

2015-2016 Class XXVI
Volunteer Mentorship Program with Volunteer Center of Door County

2014-2015 Class XXV
Garden for Door County Senior Center and Boys & Girls Club

2013-2014 Class XXIV
Property clean-up, trail creation, book publication & event support for Write On! Door County

2012-2013 Class XXIII
Adding Sustainability and Marketing to SOAR program at Southern Door High School

2011-2012 Class XXII.
Built an Annalamatic sundial (human sundial) at the Crossroads astronomy campus in Sturgeon Bay

2010-2011 Class XXI
Establishment of 2.1.1 Plus Sites Program in Door County

2009-2010 Class XX.
Community Garage Sale to benefit “Feed & Clothe My People’s” Backpack Buddy Program – Rummage Sale Flyer

2008-2009 Class XIX.
Fundraiser for Adult Dental Care
Class 19 hosted a social event that raised nearly $4,000 for the Ministry Fund of Door County Memorial Hospital. This will allow financial assistance to adults who are in need of emergency dental care with no means to pay.

2007-2008 Class XVIII.
Student Interest Fair
The LDC Class organized a resource fair for students that was held at T. J. Walker Middle School in Sturgeon Bay. Various agencies came together to provide information about the services they offer for youth both during the summer and school year.

2006-2007 Class XVII.
Meals on Wheels
As the fourteen of us debated on a project in November that would truly make a difference in Door County we came to a unanimous decision after touring the Senior Center to help to expand their Meals on Wheels program. At the time only those seniors living in the city of Sturgeon Bay were eligible to receive meals. Considering Door County is much more spread out, we knew there were elderly people in the rural areas not having even one or two nutritious meals a week. After talking with JoAnn Schley and Bev Knutson the need was way greater than even we imagined.

2005-2006 Class XVI.
A Safe Place to Play for everyBODY
A collaborative effort made up of parents, PTO members, educators and community leaders who saw an opportunity to make improvements to a playground that will make it safer, cleaner, more durable and more beneficial to the kids. In the process, we get the added benefit of providing a play area that improves accessibility to those with disabilities.

2004-05 Class XV.
Preventing Suicide: Keeping our Community Healthy and Safe

2003-2004 Class XIV.
Fundraising Event at “Crossroads at Big Creek”
“Fun-a-loop-sa” a family event at Crossroads at Big Creek was held May 15, 2004. The event raised $1,155.53. Coggin Heeringa, the director of Crossroads has indicated that the money raised will be used to defer the costs associated for use of facilities, allowing non-profit organizations to use their meeting space free of charge. The first group to benefit from this was the Discussion Forum by area human service agencies that was held at Crossroads in June. This forum resulted from Governor Doyle’s Call to Action to end Child Abuse & Neglect in Wisconsin.

2002-2003 Class XIII.
Leadership Door County: Thirteen Years in Review

2001-2002 Class XII.
Psychiatric Services in Door County – A Needs Analysis: Paper
Psychiatric Services in Door County – A Needs Analysis: Brochure
Class 12 conducted a feasibility study to determine the need for psychiatric services in Door County in 2001-02. In response to that report, Bill Nick (LDC Board Member) announced in September, 2004, that there will soon be psychiatric services available in Door County through Counseling Associates.

2000-2001 Class XI.
Door County Land Trust – Design & Build a Nature Trail System through Bay Shore Blufflands Preserve

1999-2000 Class X.
Road Rally – funds to benefit Door County Volunteer Center

1998-1999 Class IX.
Third Avenue Theater Feasibility Study

1997-1998 Class VIII.
Guide to Historical Sites in Door County with “Ephraim Foundation”

1996-1997 Class VII.
Cherry Blossom Park Clean-up Project with “Sunshine House”

1995-1996 Class VI.
“Youth Vote” Project – Brochures & Booths at all Door County Schools

1994-1995 Class V.
Festival Recycling Guide for Organizers & Vendors

1993-1994 Class IV.
Door County Vision for the Year 2010

1992-1993 Class III.
Volunteer Guide: Initial Work on Volunteer Resource Center

1991-1992 Class II.
Feasibility Study for Door County Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program

1990-1991 Class I.
Slide Show Presentation about Leadership Door County