Bay County Chamber announces the graduation of the 18th Class of Junior Leadership Bay

Chamber News


Junior Leadership Bay Class of 2018

The Bay County Chamber is pleased to announce the 18th graduating class of Junior Leadership Bay. On April 24th at 5:30 p.m., a reception will be held to honor the participants at Holiday Inn.

At the conclusion of the ceremony, one graduate will be presented with a scholarship to attend Gulf Coast State College and Florida State University – Panama City Campus.

Junior Leadership Bay is an eight month program for high school juniors designed to prepare, develop and enhance high school juniors for future roles in community leadership at an early point in life.

Congratulations to the 2017-18 Class:  J.R. Arnold High School: Madeline Campbell, Madison Dean, Carson Kelley, Cole McGuire and Sofia Warren. Bay Virtual School: Riley Campbell Bay High School: Cort Haligas, Jacob Hall, Hannah Laird and Madelynn Marshall. Deane Bozeman High School: Linzy Campbell and Alexandria Wiggins. A.C. Mosley High School: Mara Clemons, Mary Hundley, Madison Mai, Leah Walsingham and Greenlee Walters. North Bay Haven Charter: Sidney Bobo and Mei Hornkohl. Palm Bay Prep Academy: Katelyn Reagan. Rutherford High School: Denali Bishop, Phuong Nguyen and Alexandria Nieto.

Many thanks to the 2017-2018 Steering Committee for all of their hard work and dedication: Chairman Ruthie Parker, Innovations Federal Credit Union; Brittany Cole, Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center; Jennifer Davidson, Tipton, Marler, Gardner & Chastain; Cole Davis, Hand Arendall Harrison Sale; Suzanne Farrar, Bay District School Board; Cynthia Fuller, Holy Nativity Episcopal School; Mary Hulgan, Naval Surface Warfare Center; Kasey Killebrew, Life Management Center; Casey Lathem, FSU Panama City; Michaelean Stewart, Visit Panama City Beach; Greg Wilson, Greg Wilson Law; Curtis Williams, Ameris Bank and Kristina Williams, The Eye Center of North Florida.