ANTIOCH EAST YOUTH SPOTLIGHTS
Introducing Taylor Skelton:
Taylor is the daughter of Garrett & Chandra Skelton. She was dedicated back to Christ by the Rev. J.E. Howard and recently baptized by Pastor Michael A. Smith. She is a faithful member and President of the J.E. Howard and Sunbeam choirs. She is on the dance team and Steppers for Christ. Taylor is also President of the teen club here at Antioch.
Taylor is a junior at Union Grove High School in Henry County where she is an all ‘A’ student. She was awarded the Technical Award with her Wolverine dance team and has also received the Wolverine Award from her coaches while she served as captain of the JV Squad. She is currently a Varsity cheerleader for the basketball team, and volunteers to help with the special needs cheerleading squad.
Taylor plans to become an educator and is in her 3rd year Early Childhood Education program. She works with the preschoolers at the high school in which she uses her skills learned to help with younger family members. Taylor will start her internship at Timber Ridge Elementary this school term.
Introducing Freyunna Bostic:
Born July 10th 2003, she is the daughter of Sis. Delissia Bostic and granddaughter of Mother Dorothy Russell. In school Freyunna is known for her hard and dedication to the CTAE Culinary Department. Standing as a current sophomore at D. M. Therrell High School, she serves as the president of the Culinary club, treasure of the 10th grade SGA & a member of the FBLA.
She also holds the fourth highest female rank in JROTC, standing as Cadet Sgt. First Class. She has been recognized for her leadership skills as well as her proficient essay writing skills. In Church, Freyunna is an active member of the J. E. Howard and Daisy Sunbeam Griffey Choir, the dance and step ministry.
She holds the position of Secretary for the M. A. S. Teenage ARMY. She is also a member of the Courtesy Guild. Her favorite quote being , “Think like a Queen, a Queen isn’t afraid to fail, for failure is a stepping stone for greatness” ~Oprah Winfrey.