Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School junior Kenneth Dickerson penned the winning essay for the WSFA 12 News and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Alabama’s “Future Black Leaders of Alabama” essay contest. Students from across central Alabama submitted essays on “How can I, an African American youth, develop and promote leadership skills among my peers?”. Ten finalists were recognized at a special ceremony held at the Cloverdale Playhouse and the top three essays were awarded cash scholarships by emcee and WSFA 12 News anchor Tonya Terry. Kenneth Dickerson’s essay won the top prize of $1,200 and he was presented a plaque as the first place essay winner. Kenneth is the son of Kenneth and Marie Dickerson of Tuskegee.
MCPS Students Volunteer at Night to Shine Event
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