Zuspan heads to leadership conference


Kyra Lynn Rockelle Zuzpan, 12, student at Eastern Elementary, was nominated to represent her school and community the Envision Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. July 23-28. She is going into seventh grade this fall and was nominated by a teacher who believes she has achieved academic excellence and possesses leadership skill. She is a four year 4-H member in Meigs County where he favorite project is market goat. She is a member of the Model UN and plays traveling basketball for the Hocking League. She enjoys participating in community service and is a supporter of law enforcement. She is the daughter of Tim and Brey Gheen, of Long Bottom, and Paul Zuzpan, of Hartford, W.Va. She is granddaughter of Barbara and the late Manuel Gheen, Rocky and the late Saybra Pearson and Tommy and Kathy Edwards.


Kyra Lynn Rockelle Zuzpan, 12, student at Eastern Elementary, was nominated to represent her school and community the Envision Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. July 23-28. She is going into seventh grade this fall and was nominated by a teacher who believes she has achieved academic excellence and possesses leadership skill. She is a four year 4-H member in Meigs County where he favorite project is market goat. She is a member of the Model UN and plays traveling basketball for the Hocking League. She enjoys participating in community service and is a supporter of law enforcement. She is the daughter of Tim and Brey Gheen, of Long Bottom, and Paul Zuzpan, of Hartford, W.Va. She is granddaughter of Barbara and the late Manuel Gheen, Rocky and the late Saybra Pearson and Tommy and Kathy Edwards.

Kyra Lynn Rockelle Zuzpan, 12, student at Eastern Elementary, was nominated to represent her school and community the Envision Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. July 23-28. She is going into seventh grade this fall and was nominated by a teacher who believes she has achieved academic excellence and possesses leadership skill. She is a four year 4-H member in Meigs County where he favorite project is market goat. She is a member of the Model UN and plays traveling basketball for the Hocking League. She enjoys participating in community service and is a supporter of law enforcement. She is the daughter of Tim and Brey Gheen, of Long Bottom, and Paul Zuzpan, of Hartford, W.Va. She is granddaughter of Barbara and the late Manuel Gheen, Rocky and the late Saybra Pearson and Tommy and Kathy Edwards.
http://mydailytribune.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/06/web1_0630171727.jpgKyra Lynn Rockelle Zuzpan, 12, student at Eastern Elementary, was nominated to represent her school and community the Envision Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. July 23-28. She is going into seventh grade this fall and was nominated by a teacher who believes she has achieved academic excellence and possesses leadership skill. She is a four year 4-H member in Meigs County where he favorite project is market goat. She is a member of the Model UN and plays traveling basketball for the Hocking League. She enjoys participating in community service and is a supporter of law enforcement. She is the daughter of Tim and Brey Gheen, of Long Bottom, and Paul Zuzpan, of Hartford, W.Va. She is granddaughter of Barbara and the late Manuel Gheen, Rocky and the late Saybra Pearson and Tommy and Kathy Edwards.