Congrats and a “Big Thank You” to Railey Mallory, Josh Moore, Kallie Hodgkins and Tyler Ross who presented their Texas Midwest Community Network (TMCN) Leadership Project on Wednesday, September 16th.
As their community project, these four students, along with numerous volunteers, cleared eleven trailer loads of brush, weeds and and trash from the empty lot and drainage ditch across from the school, mowed & weed-eated throughout downtown, repaired & trimmed bushes around the “Welcome Sign” south of town and installed a flagpole and landscape blocks around the trees at Greyhound Park.
Along with team’s from ten other communities throughout West Central Texas, they are competing for three scholarships that will be awarded in October at the TMCN Annual Meeting.
Leadership TMCN, a program of the Texas Midwest Community Network (TMCN), was created to help inspire high school youth and community leaders to make a commitment towards excellence in their own community. TMCN is a regional organization for community and economic development, regional promotion, education, and legislative awareness. The organization sponsors networking events throughout the year and projects to market the region for business and tourism development. For more information about Leadership TMCN visit www.tmcn.org. Applications for the 2017 Class will be accepted in October with classes beginning in January 2017.
TMCN Member cities are: Abilene, Albany, Anson, Aspermont, Baird, Ballinger, Brady, Breckenridge, Bronte, Brownwood, Buffalo Gap, Cisco, Clyde, Coleman, Colorado City, Comanche, Cross Plains, De Leon, Dublin, Early, Eastland, Eden, Goldthwaite, Gorman, Graham, Hamilton, Hamlin, Haskell, Hico, Jacksboro, Jayton, Knox City, Menard, Merkel, Miles, Munday, Ranger, Rising Star, Robert Lee, Rising Star, Roscoe, Rotan, San Saba, Santa Anna, Seymour, Snyder, Stamford, Strawn, Sweetwater, Throckmorton, Tye, and Winters
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