CCS Student Selected to Attend 2019 Eastern Native Youth Food Sovereignty Summit
Published by Angel Hoggard on July 29, 2019
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Image of Jackson Nance from GCHS holding a letter standing in front of a glass doorJackson Nance, a rising junior at Gray’s Creek High School, was one of 100 students nationwide to be selected to attend the 2019 Eastern Native Youth Food Sovereignty Summit in Presque Isle, Maine from August 1-4, 2019. Jackson is the son of Jodie Brown Nance, an EC teacher at E.E. Smith High School, and Jeff Nance, a Health and P.E. teacher at Gray’s Creek High School. Visit the 2019 Eastern Native Youth Food Sovereignty Summit website for more information on this event.
        

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