May’s Teens of the Month

The Conway Optimist Club has named their Teens of the Month for May.

 

Jason Rall, son of Steve and Debra Rall, is a student at Vilonia High School.

The 18-year-old is involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes where he is the president, a member of Future Farmers of America (FFA), the president of his 2017 graduating class and a member of student government and serves as a FFA representative on the school’s student council.

Rall is a member of First Baptist Church in Vilonia and actively serves in the student ministries there.

He has also volunteered for many school related activities.

Rall has a current GPA of 3.79 and will graduate this year.

He plans to attend Arkansas State University in Beebe where he plans to major in business.

Rall also has plans to attend Hubbards Fly Fishing Guide School where he intends to guide fly fishing trips during the summers.

After graduating college, he wants to become a full-time guide and open his own guide services.

Hannah Blann is also a Vilonia High School student.

The 18-year-old is the daughter of Tim and Marsha Blann.

Blann is a member of the high school band, archery team, Lady Eagles track team and the president of the high school student council.

She is a member of Faith Church, where she is involved in the student ministries, praise team and also runs media.

Her current GPA is 3.4 and and she will graduate this year.

Upon graduating, Blann plans to attend the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton and intends to major in intercultural students and missions.

 

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