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KCC, Jackson Alumni honor CHS student for leadership
Zyrique at Council
Camden High School (CHS) senior Zyrique “Zy” Bradford (front, center) is greeted by a round of applause as he accepts a plaque of recognition from the Jackson High School Alumni Association following a proclamation by Kershaw County Council honoring his leadership of other youth. Zy, 18, is president of the Jackson Teen Club’s (JTC) Keystone Club, is currently leading the center’s “Make it a Conversation” project, and recently formed Team803 to bring additional competitive basketball opportunities to Kershaw County youth. Congratulating him are (front row, from left) county councilmen David Snodgrass and Sammie Tucker Jr., JTC Director Brian Mayes, S.C. Boys and Girl Club State Youth of the Year and CHS classmate Ny Junley, Jackson Alumni representative Ted Halley, Council Chairman Julian Burns, and (back row) councilmen Tom Gardner, Russell Brazell, Ben Connell, and Jimmy Jones. (Martin L. Cahn/C-I)
If you’re seeing Zyrique Bradford’s name a lot lately, that’s because a number of people have a lot nice of things to say about him. Those people include Kershaw County Council and the Jackson High School Alumni Association, who honored the 18-year-old Camden High School student during council’s meeting Tuesday evening.