The new class enjoyed a trip to Historic Beck's Mill among other historic sites in Washington County. 

Members of the 2022 AWC class include Lukas Kulikowski, Lindsy Kulikowski, Whitney Hooper, Nicole Purlee, Selena Crady, Kullan Blakey, Kim Reynolds, Brandan Bergdall, Laura Wanke, Drew Wright and Raymond Lee (Local historians) not pictured: Tina Smith and Evan Chastain. 


Self Discovery





"AWC has given me the confidence to be a more mature and positive member of any group I find myself participating in."

"I have became more confident in myself and my choices. I can communicate more effectively with others. I'm more open and receptive to others' ideas."

"I feel I am more outgoing and sort of comfortable speaking in front of people. I feel I can better understand where people are coming from, ie., not being difficult but truly only seeing one perspective. I can now see from multiple perspectives."

"In this class, as a leader, I have continued to develop the character traits of a true servant leader, improving my interaction with others. As a person, I learned about other classmates in Washington County to help understand the expectations of my peers. "

"I have a total different idea of what a leader is. I have learned it is nothing what I thought. A true leader's goal is to work themselves out of a job."