News Release

Six Marquette Students Slated to Serve in Leadership LaPorte County Program
Crook, Joseph, Sakich, Sims, Zientarski, Jaffee to represent Marquette on non-profit community organization 
Marquette Catholic High School is pleased to recognize Morgan Crook, Emmery Joseph, Michael Sakich, Corey Sims, Kate Zientarski, and Buddy Jaffee as representatives in the Leadership LaPorte County Program, as announced by the organization Tuesday.

The quintet of juniors accepted their nominations while Jaffee, a representative last year, was chosen to return to serve on this year's planning committee.

The Leadership LaPorte County Program is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting youth leadership. Its mission is to inspire, develop, cultivate, and connect leaders to serve their diverse communities. The Leadership LaPorte County Program supports both adult and youth members. Last August, the organization successfully completed its 9th annual Summer Leadership Camp for middle school students.

Along with delegates from other high schools in LaPorte County, the six Blazers will attend four sessions over the next two months beginning on Wednesday, February 21st.