Leadership Montgomery receives $7,000 grant from Entergy Texas


Entergy Texas customer service manager Doug McCormick says the program is a great benefit to the community.   File photo

Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) recently received a $7,000 grant from Entergy Texas that will be used for its program.

LMC will use the funds for the class kick-off retreat, infrastructure session, alumni event and graduation luncheon. Entergy Texas, which has several employees who have participated in and graduated from the LMC Class, is a prominent supporter of the program for several years.

“We are extremely grateful to receive this grant from Entergy,” LMC Executive Director Sarah Rhea said. “Their investment in the program has been instrumental to the success of Leadership Montgomery County. Entergy’s generosity has helped us grow the program over the past years and deliver more for our class members and graduates.

Entergy Texas customer service manager Doug McCormick says the program is a great benefit to the community.

“Entergy has a far-reaching charitable giving program that impacts many worthwhile programs across our Texas service area,” McCormick said. “LMC brings talented professionals to the forefront and provides outstanding networking opportunities so graduates, past and present, can work together to benefit the county. Proudly, Entergy has had several employees graduate from LMC."

LMC is a nonprofit which is focused on helping future and current community leaders gain knowledge of local issues and build leadership skills while networking with others to work toward helping Montgomery County.

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