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Youth leaders shine

Published 11:15am Monday, July 2, 2012

Nearly 140 high school students from across the state strengthened their leadership skills during the Alabama Farmers Federation’s annual Youth Leadership Conference in Columbiana June 22-24. Divided over three days, the conference seeks to build on each student’s drive to better understand and promote Alabama’s agriculture through character-building activities and interactive workshops. Pictured here from Shelby County are, from left, Matt Barton, Elizabeth Frederick, Dustin Cleckler, Cheyenne Wells and Hayden Leeper.

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