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2014 Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Class Chosen from Among Area High School Students

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2014 Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Class Chosen from Among Area High School Students

JOPLIN, Mo. – The following 43 high school seniors have been selected to participate in this year’s Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program through the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce. There were 79 applicants for this leadership program, which guides students through various aspects of business and community leadership training. Tomorrow’s Leaders Today is now in its 20 year of introducing these future leaders to the community. The class was chosen based on their responses to written applications, personal interviews and references. The students represent six area high schools. Sessions run from November through April.

Carl Junction High School
Caroline Adams
Madison Adrian
Bryce Boyd
Abigail Danley
Katlyn Henry
Matthew Henson
Anna Podleski
Christian Repsher
Caleb Toney
Lauren Wilbert

Carthage High School
Elizabeth Burken
Erin Eckels
Anne Flanigan
Jackie Mayfield
Alyssa Rockers
College Heights Christian School
Bradley Copeland
Hannah Fuller
Kolleen Gladden
Jessica Hilt
Makenzi Markham
Joseph Massey
Hailey Riesenmy
Ashley Roberts
Brianna Shores
Annie White
Joshua Wilkins

Joplin High School
Kush Bhakta
Samantha Bradfield
Drew Cox
Marisa Gilbreth
Adelle Kanan
Chanci McGowen
Matthew Reichman-Bennett
Madalyn Young

McAuley High School
Logan Allgood
Jon Pekarek
Megan Price
Mary Street
Christopher Taylor

Webb City High School
Alec Goswick
Katie Graham
Jordan St. Clair
Jessica Vann

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