The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce’s April 14 Power in Partnership Breakfast will feature a panel of speakers from West Kentucky Community and Technical College. Topics will inform attendees about the Community Scholarship program, current and future training programs at WKCTC and more. Dr. Anton Reece will be the moderator.
The breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m. at the Julian Carroll Convention Center and is sponsored by West Kentucky Community and Technical College. Pre-registration is required by Monday, April 11 by 2 p.m. at paducahchamber.org or call 270-443-1746. Power Card holders do not have to pre-register. The cost is $20.
Youth LEAD Class #11 will also be recognized for their graduation at the breakfast. The Leadership Paducah Alumni Association (LPAA) and Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce selected 35 area youth to participate in Class #11. Youth LEAD is for high school juniors. Students spend one day a month learning about human needs and service learning, communication and career development, business and economy, law and government, and health care in Paducah and McCracken County.
Members of Class #11 are as follows:
McCracken County High School – Karsyn Allard, Camryn Beatty, Kendall Brown, Hannah Bryan, Melody Darnell, Camille Frederich, Jeremiah Grogan, Mary Helen Hickey, Nathan King, Josh Kuntz, Molly Musselman, Emanuel Puertollano, Carley Resser, Hannah Riley, Haden Scruggs, Caroline Smith, Carson Sullivan, Ellie Whiteside and Caroline Wright.
Paducah Tilghman High School – Aneeza Ali, Kate Bidwell, Abby Brown, Riley Darnell, Leon dos Remedios, Alicia Durfee, Addie Franklin, Meghan Gruber, Madison Patel, Maya Romanak, Nathaniel Skinner and Abigail Wurth.
St. Mary High School – Maddy Hatton, Ellie Roof, Palmer Sims and Daniel Willett.