Clark students selected for 2018 Youth Salute
George Rogers Clark High School students were among those recognized by the annual Central Kentucky Youth Leadership Council’s “Youth Salute.” There were 42 GRC students among the 830 selected.
Several students from GRC will be featured in The Sun weekly.
Allison’s accomplishments include color guard for the George Rogers Clark High School marching band, Student Technology Leadership Program, Health Occupations Students of America, Dance Blue, Pep Band, blood drive, God’s Pantry, archery team, bingo volunteer and maintaining a 3.5 grade point average or higher. She plans to major in radiology and pursue a career in the field.
ANNIE LYNN BRADSHAW
Annie’s accomplishments include being part of the multimedia staff for Smoke Signals, a coach for Special Olympics, peer tutoring, Health Occupations Students of America, food bank volunteer, children’s youth choir, Jesus Prom, Homemakers’ Association and National Honor Society. Annie plans to major in dentistry.
AUSTIN W. CRIM
Austin’s accomplishments include Clark County Community Foundations scholars member, Gear Up! member, Clark County 4-H archery member, 4-H advanced cooking club member, Junior Cattlemen’s Association, Family Career and Community Leaders of America and earning the outstanding achievement award for a 3.5 to 3.99 GPA. Austin plans to major in business management and culinary arts. He would like to own and manage a restaurant.
Brea’s accomplishments include 4-H Teen Leadership Club public relations chairperson, 4-H Teen Leadership member, Health Occupations Students of America medical reserve core team, Y-Club, BETA Club, National Honors Society, Dance Blue committee member, Jesus Prom volunteer and escort, varsity cheerleading and track.
Brooklyn’s accomplishments include Beta Club member, National Honors Society, Christian Fellowship Club, Kentucky YMCA Club delegate, Wesley Woods junior counselor, Health Occupations Students of America communications officer, Lady Cardinals varsity soccer, bronze award for health education at HOSA conference and Rachel Sutherland award recipient. Brooklynn plans to major in nursing and would like to work with high school sports.