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Sunday May 1st, 2016 7:51PM

GHCC announces 2014-15 Youth Leadership Hall class

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce initiated Youth Leadership Hall (YLH) in 2005, and 510 students have now graduated from the program. Youth Leadership Hall is designed for high school juniors and seniors and enables students to develop leadership skills while increasing awareness of the community. The YLH program seeks to provide an investment in the community's future leadership by fostering interest in the community and inspiring students to become the leaders of tomorrow.

The 2014-2015 session begins with a kick-off program at the Gainesville Civic Center on August 19th with educators, principals, superintendents, volunteers and parents. Students will participate in monthly programs on topics such as the judicial system, healthcare, servant leadership, and economic development. Students must have a satisfactory academic standing and be nominated by a teacher, administrator, coach, or extra curricular activity director. Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Class:

Chestatee High School
Tyler Bennett
Rebecca Braun
Abigal Cliché
Andrew Hathcock
Kayla Krauth
Koey Leverette
Regan Puckett
Alexa Starr

East Hall High School
Anahi Cardona
Luisa Munoz
Lauren Pope
Grayze Anne Sepe
Maria Tello
Sara Turner
Amber Tyner

Flowery Branch High
Deuce Gibbs
Sydney Little
Rachel McGuire
Nicole Morris
Josh Richards
Nicole Kirkman
Alejandra Gonzalez
Jorden Johnson

Gainesville High School
Davis Brown
Kelan Henderson
Jakim Johnson
Hannah Martin
Danielle Nwefo
Ana Oropeza
Maxwell Summer
Josue Toledo
John Wagner

Johnson High School
Judith Avellaneda
Marisol Cruz
Adriana Diaz
Hanna Herrin
Kaitlin Houston
Kristin Waters

Lakeview Academy
Charlie Adams
Katie Gay
Addison Hicks
Sydney Phillips
Peaches Shipley
Shan Yu Suen

North Georgia Christian School
Morgan Gibbs
Jordan Hughes

North Hall High School
Betsy Barrett
MaKenzie Bryant
Patricia Dial
Katie Rose Dionne
Alexis Flanagan
Ashlyn Henderson
Harrison Potts
Carlee Shope
Alec Zimmerman

Riverside Military Academy
Taylor Hardin
Alexei Joya
Joshua Kreitzer
Tucker Pearson

West Hall High School
Katie Canham
Ansley Johnson
Tiffany Lyle
Manuel Mata
Chad Newstrom
My-Ngoc Pham
Roland Stanley
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