OGC DASH programs are student led. The youth committee positions serve as internships where the committee members learn valuable vocational career skills. Each committee member will receive a letter of recommendation for their time served and duties performed so they may put that in their portfolio
Meet Daymoni Clark, Junior at Tecumseh High School. Dreams of being a motivational speaker so that he may inspire others that faced traumatic childhood. Daymoni is a well rounded student that carries a high GPA, a member or ROTC, and is the lead singer is the High School Musical. He participates in Archery and volunteers as a Peer-to-Peer mentor in other OGC DASH After School Activities.
Vice Chair Ava Moore is top notch Sophomore Tecumseh High School student athlete. She maintains a high GPA, plays travel softball, Varsity school Softball and is ranked 3rd in the State of Ohio as a Shortstop. Ava is very disciplined and utilizes her strengths to make OGC DASH programs successful. She offers valuable insight for developing activities and serves as a Peer-to-Peer mentor in other OGC DASH programs.
Treasurer Sophia Kibler is a highly remarkable Sophomore Tecumseh High School student, athlete, and an all-around great person. She is kind-hearted and loves spending time as a Peer-to-Peer mentor in the OGC DASH programs. She is always first to volunteer to get things done in house and volunteers by helping feed the homeless. Sophia maintains a high GPA and stays busy working out and hanging with her many friends.
Secretary Izzy Johnson helps keep OGC DASH programs in order. When she is not busy as a student, she spends lots of time shooting threes on the basketball court. Izzy plays Varsity Basketball as a Sophomore at Tecumseh High School and attends OGC DASH programs as a Peer-to-Peer Mentor.
Social Media Director Melanie "Mel" Hill is a Sophomore at Tecumseh High School. She plays Varsity Softball as a Pitcher/1B, she also plays travel softball for Ohio Sting. Mel maintains a high GPA and spends lots of time volunteering as a peer-to-Peer Mentor. She provides photos and videos for the OGC DASH social media platforms.
Kaylynn Owens is a a Freshman at Tecumseh High School. She participates in the OGC Archery program and is quite the archer. She has an amazing personality and makes a friend wherever she goes. The younger kids connect with her on a positive level. She volunteers as a Peer-to-Peer Mentor in the OGC DASH programs where you will find her creating art, playing games in the gym or just hanging out with the kids being a true leader.
Flag Football Director Ethan Moore is a major influence for OGC DASH programs. As a Freshman at Tecumseh High School, Ethan plays both sides of the line in football, is a great archer, maintains a high GPA, and participates in the Peer-to-Peer Mentoring. Ethan has a big heart and when he is not busy giving to everyone else he spends his time fishing and hanging out with his friends.