Two local youths that are members of the Edmonson County Saddle Club have been given leadership roles in The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' and Exibitors' Association, (TWHBEA) based in Lewisburg, Tn.
McKenzie Vincent, 13, is an active member of the EC Saddle Club, as well as the Barren County Hoof Beats 4H Club. She has been elected to serve on 2015 Youth Board of Directors. McKenzie is a seventh grader at Barren County Middle School. She's the daughter of Danny and Darlene Vincent of Park City.
Kyle Majors, an 8th grader at Edmonson County Middle School, has been elected to serve as Parliamentarian for the TWHBEA this year. He's an active member of the EC Saddle Club as well as the Edmonson County Pony Express 4H Club. He's the son of Wes and Wendy Majors of Rocky Hill.
Both students will be involved with various activities and the planning of youth events all year long.
The Tennessee Walking Horse Youth Association’s mission is to enhance the leadership skills of youth members while developing their equine skills in an educational environment. They attempt to provide a positive approach to assist TWHYA youth to graduate from their program into areas of importance in fields of their choice.
To find out more about the organization, please visit their website here. For more information about the Edmonson County Saddle Club, visit their Facebook page here.
Edmonson Voice Staff