Ambassadors of J. B. Pennington







Eleven Pennington students, members of the Blount County Ambassadors program, served as greeters at the chamber of commerce breakfast on March 9 at Twin Oaks. Ambassadors at all county high schools are being introduced at chamber breakfasts this year to highlight the school leadership and citizenship program. Pictured are (front row from left) Michelle Brand (sponsor), Rhiannon Akins, Jessica Neill, Whitney Brown, Amelia Dorning, Christy Hightower, Ashley Bryant, Megan Sypniewski, and Jessica Musso (sponsor); (back row, from right) Hunter Cornelius, Joe Blocker, Andrew Vaughn, Ben Bailey, and chamber of commerce director and ambassador of another sort, Donny Ray. – Ron Gholson

Eleven Pennington students, members of the Blount County Ambassadors program, served as greeters at the chamber of commerce breakfast on March 9 at Twin Oaks. Ambassadors at all county high schools are being introduced at chamber breakfasts this year to highlight the school leadership and citizenship program. Pictured are (front row from left) Michelle Brand (sponsor), Rhiannon Akins, Jessica Neill, Whitney Brown, Amelia Dorning, Christy Hightower, Ashley Bryant, Megan Sypniewski, and Jessica Musso (sponsor); (back row, from right) Hunter Cornelius, Joe Blocker, Andrew Vaughn, Ben Bailey, and chamber of commerce director and ambassador of another sort, Donny Ray. – Ron Gholson