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Forestbrook Middle School student to attend the JrNYLC in Washington, DC

(Source: Forestbrook Middle School) (Source: Forestbrook Middle School)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Forestbrook Middle School student, Ryleigh Danford, will attend the Junior National Young Leaders Conference (JrNYLC), in Washington, DC in 2016.

The JrNYLC is an Envision program, held in Washington, DC, for mature middle school students who demonstrate leadership potential, who are motivated to learn and excel, and who desire the critical leadership skills needed for success in middle school, high school and beyond.

Danford was nominated by seventh grade teacher, Joey Trail, because of her natural leadership ability, ambition, and desire to do the right thing in all situations.

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