2017-05-28 / Insight

LEADING a Generation


Bronco Brew staffer and NBHS junior Keyahna Bryant takes the orders of fellow juniors Chris Nadolski and Riley Schlaud. Bronco Brew is currently only open one day per week, and the line frequently stretched into the hall. 
Photos by Nicholas Pugliese Bronco Brew staffer and NBHS junior Keyahna Bryant takes the orders of fellow juniors Chris Nadolski and Riley Schlaud. Bronco Brew is currently only open one day per week, and the line frequently stretched into the hall. Photos by Nicholas Pugliese Today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders, and judging by the level of involvement and community activism exhibited by area high school students, Lapeer County’s future looks bright indeed.

The decisions that youth make as they approach adulthood will dictate the people they become and the life paths they choose. Here in Lapeer County, leadership is exhibited by students who step up to mentor other students, volunteer to assist community activities and programs in their hometowns and learn real-world skills while operating a coffee shop at their school. Today’s Insight offers an inside look at three examples of how local students are making a difference in their schools and community.

— Jeff Hogan

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