Youth L.E.A.D. is a program designed to develop and prepare students for future community support and leadership roles in Paducah/McCracken County. Youth L.E.A.D. targets high school juniors in Paducah Independent, McCracken County Public, private and home‐school systems. The students spend one day a month for five months learning about human needs and service learning, communication and career development, business and economy, law and government, and healthcare in McCracken County.
Youth L.E.A.D. Class #6 for 2016-17 were recognized for completing the program during the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce’s Power in Partnership breakfast on April 13. There were 25 participants this year representing Paducah Tilghman, McCracken County, St. Mary and Community Christian High Schools.
Members of the 2016-17 Class #6 pictured are:
Front row: Martaj Marks, Carlissa Frederich, Ella Bailey, Anna Henderson, Sarah Katz, Haley Scruggs, Alexia Tyler
Second row: Robin Ford, Alexis Cryts, Shelby McCutchen, McKenzie Moss, Ashley Eickholz, Addison Dumes, Molli Wilkins, Mary Ceglinski
Third row: Nathan Karnes, Trey Pullen, Noah Arb, Peyton Patel, Allison Housman, Zachary Jenkins
Fourth row: Max Overlin, Peyton Cadwell, Hale Sims, Skyler Mayes
Carlissa Frederich, McCracken County High School, was recognized by the Leadership Paducah Foundation as the recipient of this year’s Outstanding Class Member award and received a check for $500. Pictured are (l-r) Jim Dudley, President, Leadership Paducah Foundation; Frederich; and Tammy Zimmerman, Paducah Chamber Board Chair.