Light attendance doesn’t dissuade sponsors from believing in the inherent value of the worldwide high-tech event Photo by Susan CarrierGetting into the spirit of being part of something larger than themselves, Leadercast Inland Empire attendees don Red Noses in recognition of the upcoming Walgreens’ sponsored event addressing child poverty scheduled for May 25. ■ By Chris Smith / Advisory Editor Hemet residents were privileged to have access to a live-streamed Leadercast event last week that connected them to 100,000 other people around the world interested in becoming “leaders worth following.” Hosted by Historic Hemet Theatre, and a special project of Valley View Foundation CEO Susan Carrier, the event was a fun

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