Students meet for fun, learning

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN DON RATZLAFF
Members of one of the eight task teams discuss ways to build a stable structure out of a single copy of the Hillsboro Free Press during the Apprentice Marion County program planned by the 2006 class of Leadership Marion County. Members of the team are (clockwise from left) Lanna Carroll of Marion High, Jessica Cleveland of Goessel High. Jake Kenney of Hillsboro High, Tacy Taylor of Marion High and Elya Medikhanova of Centre High.

Eight sophomores and juniors from each of five Marion County High Schools gathered on the Tabor College campus Friday to hear about leadership and learning opportunities through The Apprentice Marion County program.

Planned by the 2006 graduation class of Leadership Marion County, the day-long event included a competition for a possible apprenticeship with a participating Marion County business.

The students formed eight teams of five students, one student from each participating high school if possible, and performed a variety of tasks that required ingenuity, teamwork and cooperation.

At the end of the day, eight students were chosen to participate in an internship with the businesses of their choice.

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