Chatham County Youth Commission recognizes outstanding graduates

Education

Graduates received some well-deserved awards Friday at the Chatham County Commission Meeting.

The following students with the Chatham County Youth Commission were recognized:

Nisi King – Savannah Country Day student heading to Carlton College
Lydia Poole – Calvary Day student heading to Georgia Southern
Aniah Daniels – Savannah Christian student heading to Spelman College
Michaela Bryant – Calvary Day student heading to Savannah State
Ahmad O’Neal – Savannah Early College student heading to the Air National Guard
Jhalel Jones – Savannah Arts student heading to Georgia Southern
Aundrea Linton – Savannah Early College student heading to Georgia Southern
Jada Mosely – Windsor Forest student heading to Claflin College
Gabrielle Sanders – Woodville Tompkins student heading to Savannah Tech
Jaidyn Smokes – Johnson High student heading to Savannah State

This year’s Brandon Brown Youth Commission of the Year Award was presented to Jared Pacheco.

Assistant County Attorney Jennifer Davenport was presented with the 2018 Beverly M. Whitehead Award for community services.

The Chatham County Youth Commission is in its 24th year. The organization involves students in the governmental process as they develop their leadership skills.

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