Madelyn was appointed to the Amherst Youth Town Council (AYTC) in November 2012. Madely is a grade 9 student at Amherst Regional High School and this is her second year as a member of the AYTC. She is a current member of the Student Council at ARHS. Some of Madelyn’s interests include: acting, playing music (piano and guitar). Madelyn enjoys volunteering at JG Jewellers and with the Tantramar Theatre. She is also involved with volunteering for Cops for Kids and the Food bank. Madelyn applied to AYTC because he loves helping out, planning and organizing events and really wanted to help make a difference with youth involvement in Amherst.
Allie is one out of two youth on the Amherst Youth Town Council (AYTC) that are students of EBC Junior High School. Allie is in grade 7 and this is his first year as a youth council member. Allie enjoys singing and writing on her spare time. Allie volunteers at the local food bank. Allie is looking forward to bringing her unique ideas forward to Town Council and also be a voice for other youth.
Noah Sangster is one out of two youth on the Amherst Youth Town Council (AYTC) that are students of EBC Junior High School. Noah is in grade 8 and this is his second year as a youth council member. He is also involved with Amherst Scouts.
Connor Scott was formally appointed to the Amherst Youth Town Council (AYTC) in November 2012, but was volunteering prior to his official appointment. Connor is a grade 10 student at Amherst Regional High School. He has been a member of the Student Council for ARHS. Connor is a member of the ARHS band and jazz choir. Some of Connor's interests include: running, skiing, cross-country running, track & field, hanging out with friends and of course music! Connor has been involved with 10K runs as well as working as volunteer at these runs. He was also on the Ski Wentworth Racing Team for 4 years. Connor has acted in several plays and performed solos at hockey tournaments, church and talent shows. Connor applied to AYTC because he loves helping out, planning and organizing events and really wanted to help make a difference with youth involvement in Amherst. In the last year as an AYTC member, Connor is on the path to accomplish this and has proven to be a reliable and dedicated volunteer.