Area students among leadership graduates
Twenty Youth from the Limestone County and Morgan County Youth Leadership Career Development Program completed their requirements and graduated Aug. 28. This program was coordinated through the Alabama Cooperative Extension System in Limestone and Morgan Counties and was funded through Rural Alabama Initiative Funds and through a grant through the Alabama Mountains, Rivers and Valleys RC&D Council.
This group was chosen from students in Limestone and Morgan County who have career and/or educational interests in some field of agriculture or family and consumer sciences. In addition to intensive leadership training, the group took three trips throughout Alabama, exploring venues related to agriculture, business, education, and research.
Group participants include: Nick Barbre, Clements High School; Hope Brady, formerly Tanner High School; Alexis Chambers, West Limestone High School; Summer Clark, West Limestone High School; Clayton Goodman, West Limestone High School; Gregory Hacker, Athens High School; Brianna Hargrove, Ardmore High School; Josh Jones, Danville High School; Katie McCary, Danville High School; Brady Peek, West Limestone High School; Lukas Puckett, Danville High School; Quinn Roberts, Danville High School
Clay Russell, West Limestone High School; Patrick Shields, West Limestone High School; Sarah Stephenson, Danville High School; Robert Summerford, Falkville High School; Avery Tunstill, Elkmont High School; Jordan Turney, Danville High School; Lydia Urick, Falkville High School; and Mary Grace Ward, Falkville High School.