Young leaders: 26 students part of Clinton Youth Collaborative


26 students in Clinton Youth Collaborative

By Leadership Clinton



High school students from all over Clinton County were part of the program.


Courtesy photo

WILMINGTON — Leadership Clinton Youth Collaborative, a Clinton Leadership Institute program, recently held its annual graduation/report to the community ceremony. Twenty-six high school students representing six schools in the county participated in the 2016-17 LCYC class.

Students gathered monthly to participate in leadership training activities and learn more about the Clinton County Community.

Members were also required to complete a community project. This year’s projects included:

• Fundraising to provide a donation to the Murphy Theatre — Blanchester High School

• Cleaning and improvements to the MH playground — Clinton-Massie High School

• Recycling initiative — East Clinton High School

• Fundraising to provide a donation to the New Life Clinic — Homeschool program

• Fundraising to provide necessities for Stepping Stones Ranch — Laurel Oaks Career Development

• Volunteer services at the Clinton County Homeless Shelter — Laurel Oaks Career Development

• Fundraising to provide new carpet and bathroom improvements to Clinton County Youth Foundation — Wilmington High School.

Those who participated in the program for 2016-17 were:

• Blanchester – Alex Bergen, Brant Bandow, Stephanie Gerlach and Audrey Heitzman; Advisor Bess Long

• Clinton Massie – Noah Brausch, Andrew Houseman, Morgan McIntosh and Hailey Stinchcomb; Advisor Kelly Felder

• East Clinton – Lance Vadnais, Logan Kelly, Grace Cooper and Kayla Hall; Advisor Tony Alloy

• Homeschool – Micah Ferguson, Caleb Ferguson, Abigail McMahan, Margaret Patrick and Abigail Patrick; Advisor Caroline Freeman

• Laurel Oaks – Nate McCabe, Makayla McGraw, Hannah Powell and Haley Wells; Advisors Allison Gates and Janelle McSurley

• Wilmington – D.J. Ames, Claire Greenlees, Alana Walker, William Morris and Jordan Snarr; Advisor Tammy Shadley-Hutton

The LCYC program is coordinated by Tammy Shadley-Hutton.

The Leadership Clinton Institute would like to thank all the area school administrators and advisors for support of LCYC.

High school students from all over Clinton County were part of the program.
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26 students in Clinton Youth Collaborative

By Leadership Clinton