The youth experienced several different sessions to help them build their leadership skills and learn about their communities. Some of the sessions taught them about working with other personalities, their local and county governments, entrepreneurship, and community service.
The Youth Leadership Marshall County Advisory Board is currently made up of individuals from the Marshall County Community Foundation, Purdue Extension –Marshall County Office, the Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County, United Way, Marshall County Middle School Guidance Counselors, and volunteers.
If you have any interest in YLMC or assisting the advisory board please contact the Marshall County Purdue Extension Office at 574-935-8545.
This year’s graduates included: Back row- left to right: Melanie Cooper (cannot see her face), Duncan Sheehan, Cody Anderson, Chance Pflueger and Kala Morris
Front row- left to right: Sabrina Bradley, Michael Cartwright Jr., Lillian Kozuch and Lucy Heiter
Not pictured: Austin Bailey, Maricela Hernandez, Kelsey Pippenger, Diamynd-Hope Thomas, Eric Burch, Diana Peynado, Nathaniel Winters
YLMC graduates are presenting a check to representatives from the Humane Society and Heminger House. The YLMC members held a car wash on April 14th at Oliver Ford to raise money for these two agencies.