CHEROKEE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SELECTS TEEN LEADERSHIP CHEROKEE CLASS OF 2020

Teen Leadership Cherokee Class of 2020:Front row l-r: Marshall Ketcham, Sequoyah; Cal Pace, Creekview; Meredith Anderson, Creekview; Holli DeBord, Cherokee; Chris Miller, Sequoyah; Maulik Durani, River Ridge. Middle row l-r: Katie Volz, Cherokee; Ashley Tippens, Creekview; Elyse Robbins, Sequoyah; Audrey Brown, Sequoyah; Taylor Tragesser, Sequoyah; Caden Sanders, Cherokee; Seth Hennessee, Cherokee; Rylee Hopson, Cherokee. Back row l-r: Tracey Satterfield, 2020 Teen Leadership Cherokee Vice-Chair; Lauren Kinney, Cherokee; Alix Morales, Cherokee; Jeb Stewart, Creekview; Ezra Nash, Creekview; Will Goodwin, 2020 Teen Leadership Cherokee Chair.Front row l-r: Marshall Ketcham, Sequoyah; Cal Pace, Creekview; Meredith Anderson, Creekview; Holli DeBord, Cherokee; Chris Miller, Sequoyah; Maulik Durani, River Ridge. Middle row l-r: Katie Volz, Cherokee; Ashley Tippens, Creekview; Elyse Robbins, Sequoyah; Audrey Brown, Sequoyah; Taylor Tragesser, Sequoyah; Caden Sanders, Cherokee; Seth Hennessee, Cherokee; Rylee Hopson, Cherokee. Back row l-r: Tracey Satterfield, 2020 Teen Leadership Cherokee Vice-Chair; Lauren Kinney, Cherokee; Alix Morales, Cherokee; Jeb Stewart, Creekview; Ezra Nash, Creekview; Will Goodwin, 2020 Teen Leadership Cherokee Chair.

 

The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that participants for the 19th Annual Teen Leadership Cherokee (TLC) Class have been selected. Applicants, all Cherokee County high school sophomores, were asked to submit a formal application and participated in a personal interview with local business leaders.

The TLC Class has already attended an Orientation with their parents and a Retreat which was held on January 11th at the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce. Over the next three months, the 18 class members will participate in four class sessions and complete an individual project, all of which will address topics such as community involvement, economic and educational responsibility, personal development and team building. A graduation ceremony and dinner will be held in late March to honor the class.

The mission of Teen Leadership Cherokee is to develop the knowledge and leadership skills of young people in Cherokee County so they may confidently become our leaders of tomorrow. For more information on the Chamber and its programs, visit CherokeeChamber.com.