MOBILE, Ala. -- Ryan Mosley of Baker High School was named Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama.
Ryan, a rising senior, is on the A Honor Roll and serves on the Advisor’s Council. He also serves as an officer with the Mobile Kappa League. Once timid, he found his voice and confidence at the Boys & Girls Club's Bernard Malkove Branch, participating in community service projects and BGCSA programs such as Keystone Club and Torch Club.
“I am grateful for the support of my family, mentors, and the organization in helping me achieve my goals and giving me opportunities to give back to my community,” he said on the BGCSA website. “All in all, the Boys and Girls Club has been a haven for me, promoting creativity and blossoming me into who I am today.”
Other MCPSS students who were selected as finalists for the honor were Rashaad Johns of Davidson, Kayleigh Morgan of Murphy, Ashleigh Robinson of Theodore and Brooklyn Rowell of Mary G. Montgomery.
(Photo courtesy of the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama)