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Mt. Abe trains a new crop of student leaders

AFTER A THREE-YEAR hiatus, the Eagle Leadership Society has returned to Mount Abraham Union High School. The 22 students participating in this year’s program have been learning about what it means to be a leader and applying those lessons throughout the Mount Abe community. Photo courtesy of Devin Wendel

A program designed to shape 11th- and 12th-graders into the next generation of community leaders was put on hold by COVID; now it’s back.

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