Colbi participated in many activities in both her school and community including, FFA chapter reporter, 4-H Teen Leadership Club reporter, Ephesus Baptist Church Youth, Livestock Club, National Honor Society, Beta Club, EGO, French Club, swim team, Smoke Signals photo editor, Impromptu Speaking, Kentucky Farm Bureau Outstanding Youth runner-up, Parliamentary Procedure, Jr. Parliamentary Procedure, Agriculture Processing Superior Regional Proficiency, Specialty Animal Production Proficiency, Murry State University Equine Horsemanship, Dairy Judging, Equine Bowl, Distinguished Academic Excellence Awards, Advanced Placement Student, FFA Chapter and Greenhand degrees, freshman FFA Leadership Award and Aquaculture Bowl.
She enjoys showing livestock, photography, riding horses, journalism, ballroom dancing, hunting and beekeeping.
Colbi plans to attend college and major in agricultural communications and photography.
Elizabeth participates in various activities around her school and community. She manages to maintain a 3.7 GPA and participate in multiple school activities such as Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Beta Club, First Priority, Toms Club, Spirit Club and DARE Role Model.
Elizabeth is an editor for both her school newspaper, Smoke Signals, and district newspaper, The Connection. She enjoys photography, writing, working with animals and serving others.
She is an active member of Calvary Christian Church where she participates in her youth group, junior girls small group, Endzone, Miracle Jesus and Jesus Prom programs.
She is also a coach for the Winchester Little League Softball White Sox and hopes to continue being an influence for young girls.
Elizabeth plans to work in the medical field but her college plans are currently undecided.
Elizabeth is involved in many activities. She participates in clubs such as First Priority, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Embracing Global Obligations and Y Club. She has been a representative to the Kentucky United Nations Assembly, Sophomore Advisory and Junior Advisory.
She enjoys playing on the GRC girls varsity soccer team as well as FC Kentucky and Paris Springboks Select soccer teams.
She is an active member of Central Baptist Church youth group and youth choir. She has volunteered in vacation Bible school and a mission trip to Chicago.
She also volunteers in the community with the New Beginnings Pregnancy Center, Jesus Prom, Walk with Friends and Sunrise Children’s Home.
She has received All-State academic awards and All-Region soccer honors. Her future plans include a mission trip to Ecuador. She would like to play college soccer and major in history with plans to study law.
Emily Brooke Powell
Community service and staying active in her school are two things that are very important to Brooke. At school, she is a photographer for the school newspaper as well as the district newspaper published by GRC students.
She is a member of the varsity tennis team, National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, Beta Club, Embracing Global Obligations and Junior Advisory.
Brooke’s volunteer work within her community includes being a Teen Advocate for the American Heart Association, Relay for Life, Jesu Prom, Walk with Friends, Teen Court and speaking at local schools about the importance of maintaining a heart-healthy lifestyle.
She enjoys clogging, pageants, camping and spending time with her friends and family. Brooke’s future plans are to attend either Western Kentucky University or Georgetown College and major in broadcast journalism and communications.
Emma is actively involved in both her school and her community. She is a member of the GRC drama department where she is vice-president of the drama club, and performs yearly in the spring musical productions. She also is a member of the GRC Chamber/Show choir. She is on the volleyball team and is a junior varsity cheerleader.
Emma is an active member of Central Baptist Church where she teaches extended session for children and works in the nursery. She also participates with her youth group where she is a member of small groups and sings in the youth choir and Student Praise Ensemble.
Her hobby is photography. After graduating from high school she plans on attending college and studying biology with an emphasis in physical therapy and minor in early childhood development.
Emma plans to attend graduate school and become a licensed pediatric physical therapist.
Haley is an active member of her school and community. She is chaplain of the Clark County FFA, secretary of Clark County 4-H Teen Leadership Club and represents Clark County at 4-H District 4 meetings. She is also involved in National Honor Society, Girl Scouts, sewing club, shooting sports and garden club.
Haley uses her musical talents of playing the piano to play for senior citizens at local nursing homes. She has been awarded Outstanding Junior Girl in 4-H two years in a row and Outstanding Senior Girl two years in a row.
She also has earned her bronze and silver awards for 4-H and has been a volunteer at Operation Happiness for the last five years. Haley also volunteers with 4-H helping with the speech contests, Holiday Craft Fairs and summer day camps.
Haley has been active at the Kentucky State Fair being a narrator for the 4-H District 4 fashion revue for the last four years.
At this time Haley’s college plans include enrolling at the University of Kentucky, but her career plans are undecided.
Haley has been involved in many organizations. She is currently the treasurer of Embracing Global Obligations and is a member of the Junior Advisory at her school. She also is a member of the marching band and is a dance instructor and prayer leader of her church’s drama team.
Haley is very active in her church youth group where she leads praise and worship during youth services.
In her free time Haley volunteers at the Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program. Haley plans to attend college and study radiology.
Lindsey is involved in many school and community activities. She is a member of the National Honor Society and serves her community through the Junior Civitan Club.
Being an active member of First Baptist Church, Lindsey is a member of the youth group and serves weekly in the Feed My Sheep ministry.
In addition to being a Girl Scout, she regularly assists a younger Girl Scout troop. Lindsey also volunteers with Special Olympics bowling and as a junior camp counselor at Wesley Woods camp.
She enjoys playing the piano, crocheting, acting and singing in school plays, and singing in GRC’s Chamber Choir.
Although currently undecided in a college, she plans to pursue a degree in psychiatry.