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Cody M. LeBlanc

Cody is a 6th generation Fort Lupton native. He is currently a Director on the Weld Re-8 Schools Board of Education. Cody has been an entrepreneur for most of his life. He started GENCOD, the parent company for several businesses ranging from pet products to landscaping services, at the age of six. Currently, Cody enjoys spending time in his coffee shop and visiting with his community.

Cody serves as Treasurer for the Fort Lupton Food & Clothing Bank, a Founding Board Member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County – Fort Lupton Clubhouse, member of the Fort Lupton Booster Club, 17 year member to the Parent Teacher Student Association in Fort Lupton Schools (where he currently serves as President of the Fort Lupton High School PTSA),  and Co-Chair of the Weld County Fair Royalty Committee. Cody is also a Founder and Co-Executive Director of the Freedom Advocates of the Rockies, an organization created to educate and inspire all people on what it means to be an actively engaged American.

Cody previously served as Director of Constituent Outreach for United States Congressman Ken Buck, Mountain Director for Breeders of the American Rabbit National Specialty Club, Secretary of Rocky Mountain High Shows, Inc., President of Pikes Peak Rabbit Breeders Association, President of Weld County 4-H Executive Council, President and Founder of TeenAge Republicans (TARS) of Weld County and Northern Colorado, District Captain with the Weld County Republican Party, and a member of the Fort Lupton Trapper Days Committee.

Cody also volunteers with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County, Weld County Food Bank, Fort Lupton Optimist Club, Students for Life, Colorado Campaign for Life, and the Downtown Fort Lupton Committee.

About Cody: Bio
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