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    Modeled after Leadership Lee County, as well as some youth leadership programs across the state, the Lee County Young Leaders program (LCYL) is a program of the Opelika Chamber of Commerce. One of the goals of the Chamber is to help grow leaders in our community to meet future challenges that arise in our city, county and state. The program serves as a vehicle to help cultivate the potential in our young people to assume positions of responsibility in their communities at an early age. Twenty-five juniors in high schools, home schools and private schools in Lee County are chosen for the program through an application process. The 9-month program requires one full day out of school which is an excused absence. The student also receives a 1 hour Leadership credit to Southern Union.

    Lee County Young Leaders 2016-2017

  • Auburn High School
    Cameryn Smith
    Ashleigh Torrance
    Ashley Kim
    Marissa Tanaka
    Sydney Alexander

    Beauregard High
    Logan Massey
    Nathan Johnson
    Kalise Love

    Beulah High
    Ashlee Sanders
    Caitlyn Wooten

    Loachapoka High School
    Unique Simpson
    Jaqaevius Porter

    Ezekiel Academy Cover School
    Tyler Bottomlee

  • Opelika High School
    Brighton Gregory
    Jamie Lowe
    Tiffany Boutdy
    Jamias Presley
    Mary Bentley Barfield

    Smiths Station High
    Michaela Dailey
    Catherine Richards
    Reid Reddish
    Alexis Huguley

    Trinity Christian
    Sara Brown

    Lee- Scott Academy
    Michael Clardy
    Annsley Cerovsky

  • 2016-2017 Sponsors:
    Opelika City Council, Lee County Schools, Auburn City Schools, Opelika City Schools, Walmart DC, Pharmative, Servpro of Lee County, Opelika Rotary, Baxter International, Auburn Kiwanis

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