Hopkinsville-Christian County Youth Leadership class graduates

Sponsored by the Christian County Chamber of Commerce, the program seeks to identify and develop a group of young leaders who will have impact in the community.

Thirty-six student graduated from the Hopkinsville-Christian County Youth Leadership Program during a ceremony Tuesday at the Memorial Building. 

The 2021-22 class included students from University Heights Academy, Heritage Christian Academy and Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville and Christian County high schools. The program coordinators were Kim Batts and Nikki Chambers. 

Sponsored by the Christian County Chamber of Commerce, the program seeks to identify and develop a group of young leaders who will have impact in the community.

The new graduates are Mallory Aldridge, Jada Ashbery, Autumn Bell, Kate Bennett, Elli Buckingham, Carly Chaudoin, Karlee Crick, Faith Folz, Allie Fort, Will Futrell, Macy Gentry, Chaney Guffey, Sloan Hampton, Chase Hendricks, Ana Hernandez, Hannah Jane Holland, Brooke Jenkins, Jinny Joo, Sunny Joo, Haley Killebrew, Bailey Kington, Elizabeth Langhi, Rheagan Lindsey, Rahkel Mills, Lauren Montgomery, Jada Poindexter, Spencer Powell, Riley Robinson, Kris Ruth, Sarah Sargeant, Lacey Stewart, Ava Tomberlin, McKenzi Travis, Ian Tyler, Laney Wilson and David Woods.

Hopkinsville-Christian County Youth Leadership class graduates

Jennifer P. Brown | Hoptown Chronicle

Jennifer P. Brown is co-founder, publisher and editor of Hoptown Chronicle. You can reach her at editor@hoptownchronicle.org. She spent 30 years as a reporter and editor at the Kentucky New Era. She is a co-chair of the national advisory board to the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, governing board president for the Kentucky Historical Society, and co-founder of the Kentucky Open Government Coalition.