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Student Leader: Sandray Miller

Feature | July 23, 2019
Leaders continually strive to be better no matter the calling and no matter the stage of life they are at. At 17 years old, Sandray Miller recognises the value of self-improvement and is steadily making strides to do so. Sandray, who hails from St. Catherine is the 2019 Jamaica 4-h clubs Boy of the year, the President of the Junior Leaders League for the St. Catherine 4-h clubs, Public Relations Officer for the National Junior Leaders League, the Youth in Agriculture Ambassador for the St. Catherine Jamaica Agricultural Society and a Social Media Officer with the Jamaica 4-h clubs.
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