Congratulations to the South Baldwin Chamber Foundation's Junior Ambassadors of 2018-2019. Each Junior Ambassador (JA) had the opportunity to speak about their experiences during the year and what …
Congratulations to the South Baldwin Chamber Foundation's Junior Ambassadors of 2018-2019. Each Junior Ambassador (JA) had the opportunity to speak about their experiences during the year and what they most appreciated about the program. The twenty-eight honorees, who are students at Foley High School, were recognized and presented with a certificate at the 21st Annual Junior Ambassadors' Closing Ceremony on April 8 at the Foley Civic Center.
The South Baldwin Chamber Foundation's Junior Ambassadors is a youth leadership program tailored to assist high school juniors in identifying personal leadership potential through exposure to economic development opportunities, government awareness, environmental stewardship and civic engagement through community service.
Junior Ambassadors connect with local business leaders, explore dynamic companies, practice real-life problem solving, and learn the value of community involvement. Since 1998, more than 300 students have completed the program.
Junior Ambassadors pictured (in no particular order): Chloe Amos, Amber Bennett, MyKaylah Bennett, Peyton Brokowsky, Emily Cole, Robert Creech, Hannah Daniel, Alex Dix, Patricia Espinoza, Kaitlyn Knight, Trevor Kunkel, Olivia Lipscomb, Ralie Marshall, Sarah Grace Martin, Lexi McGaster, Erin Meszaros, Presley Middleton, Sydney Moore, Katelynn Morgan, Molly Norris, Genesis Rivera, Katherine Rodriguez, Kayla Stringer, William Thompson, Nicollette Houston-Turner, Giancarlo Ventura, Kyle Whittenton, Meagan Wilcox. Also pictured (at podium) is Gale Croft, Executive Director of South Baldwin Chamber Foundation.