Greater Concord Chamber Announces Student Leadership Class of 2018

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The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce welcomed Capital Area Student Leadership Class of 2018 and their families on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018 in Concord.

CONCORD, NH (Feb. 23, 2018) - The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce announces that the following 26 students have been selected to take part in Capital Area Student Leadership (CASL) 2018, the state’s only regional student leadership and civics program, offered annually by the Chamber for high school sophomores in the Greater Concord area:

Erik Bishop, Bishop Brady High School; Miah Boucher, Merrimack Valley High School; Logan Cassin, Merrimack Valley High; Lara Chern, Bow High School; Colby Malcolm, Hopkinton Middle High School;Cassidy Considine, Merrimack Valley High; Ella Diers, Concord High; Ella Doherty, Concord High; Sanne Doneski, Hopkinton Middle High; Cordell Drabble, John Stark Regional High School; Emma Galonski, Merrimack Valley High; Elizabeth Guertin, Bow High; Evelyn Hatem, Bow High; Kyle Hill, Concord High; Addison Hodge, Merrimack Valley High; Katherine Jameson, Pembroke Academy; Shannon Luby, Bow High; Katelyn Meserve, Hopkinton Middle High; Cameron Morse, John Stark Regional High; Meaghan Nyhan, Concord High; Marissa Payne, Bishop Brady High; Rachel Revellese, Concord High; Christopher Seaver, John Stark Regional High; Phoebe Slayton, Bishop Brady High; Sydney Stockwell, Hopkinton Middle High; and Zakery Walter, Concord High.

The program is hosted by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and generously underwritten by Northeast Delta Dental.                                     

CASL encourages students to become active and effective participants and future leaders in their schools and communities through exposure to the historical, cultural, environmental and civic aspects of the Greater Concord area. Beginning with an orientation in March, CASL is a series of four unique sessions focused on an important topic within the community. Using Concord as the “classroom,” these sessions offer first–hand knowledge and provide opportunities for dialogue with established leaders. Through field trips, hands–on experiences and teacher–facilitated discussions, students gain special insights into the functions behind a working community.

For more information, please contact the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce at (603) 224-2508 or visit

The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce develops economic opportunities, strengthens the business climate and enhances the quality of life in the Capital Region.

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