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Congratulations to the 2009-2010 High School Leadership Class

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The following students were selected out of 80 applicants for this year’s High School Leadership Class:

  • Brittni Bailey
  • Lyndsi Bible
  • Jackie Blake
  • Jordan Brown
  • Cole Cable
  • Katelyn Cody
  • Kaylie Coke
  • Miranda Conway
  • Paige Cooksey
  • Triston Crook
  • Callie Dennis
  • Garrett Ferguson
  • Estrella Guzman
  • Erin Ham
  • Travis Hicks
  • Silita Hopper
  • Danielle Johnson
  • Autumn Keiss
  • Morgan Lampp
  • Rodrigo Larios
  • Maurie Lewis
  • Samuel Long
  • Michelle Malone
  • Minerva Marquez
  • Spencer Martin
  • Kathryn Mason
  • Chaunte McDuff
  • Morgan Meade
  • Taylor Moore
  • Cody Morgan
  • Mackenzie Morgan
  • Jace Orren
  • Juana Perez
  • Kayla Phillips
  • Tashiana Raye
  • Araceli Resendiz
  • Dillon Smith
  • Logan Suggs
  • Mia Taylor
  • Andrew Wallace
  • Preston Weaver
  • Daci West
  • Kade Wimberley
  • Kolby Wimberley
  • Brittney Woolley

 

In case you are not familiar with the Leadership Class — here is a little information!

This will be the 16th year that the Chamber of Commerce has facilitated this program for our county’s young people. These students will begin their program with the Ropes Challenge Course in September. Then there will be five other classes during the school year: “Justice, Order & Politics,” “Poverty, Crisis and Cultural Sensitivity,” “Education & Tomorrow’s Opportunities,” “Ethical Decision Making,” and “Tourism and Quality of Life.” Then, to top off this year-long program, the students will be taken on a field trip to the Dallas/Fort Worth area for a day of learning, fun, food and fellowship! The class is provided as an opportunity for young people to learn about the community in which they live, in hopes of teaching them the importance of being involved and being a leader, in whatever city they end up in!

The students do not pay a tuition to participate in the program — it is 100 percent funded by sponsors. If you would like to help sponsor the Leadership Class, please contact the Chamber at 903-885-6515.

 

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