RYLA attendees recognized at Rotary


Five Hillsboro High School students recently completed the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards two-day camp designed to develop leadership skills. Students described how the camp help build relationships, pushed them out of their comfort zones and helped create group dynamics. Pictured are: kneeling, Owen Young and Cameron Reed; standing, Emily Young, Jessica Moon and Tori Williamson. The students were introduced by Hillsboro City Schools Supt. Jim Smith at the Ponderosa Banquet Center during Tuesday’s weekly Rotary meeting in Hillsboro.


Gary Abernathy|The Times-Gazette

Five Hillsboro High School students recently completed the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards two-day camp designed to develop leadership skills. Students described how the camp help build relationships, pushed them out of their comfort zones and helped create group dynamics. Pictured are: kneeling, Owen Young and Cameron Reed; standing, Emily Young, Jessica Moon and Tori Williamson. The students were introduced by Hillsboro City Schools Supt. Jim Smith at the Ponderosa Banquet Center during Tuesday’s weekly Rotary meeting in Hillsboro.

Five Hillsboro High School students recently completed the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards two-day camp designed to develop leadership skills. Students described how the camp help build relationships, pushed them out of their comfort zones and helped create group dynamics. Pictured are: kneeling, Owen Young and Cameron Reed; standing, Emily Young, Jessica Moon and Tori Williamson. The students were introduced by Hillsboro City Schools Supt. Jim Smith at the Ponderosa Banquet Center during Tuesday’s weekly Rotary meeting in Hillsboro.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_ryla-rotary-2016-1.jpgFive Hillsboro High School students recently completed the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards two-day camp designed to develop leadership skills. Students described how the camp help build relationships, pushed them out of their comfort zones and helped create group dynamics. Pictured are: kneeling, Owen Young and Cameron Reed; standing, Emily Young, Jessica Moon and Tori Williamson. The students were introduced by Hillsboro City Schools Supt. Jim Smith at the Ponderosa Banquet Center during Tuesday’s weekly Rotary meeting in Hillsboro. Gary Abernathy|The Times-Gazette
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