Madison Scherrer is the daughter of Tammy Breski and Brian Scherrer and is a graduate of Thomas Dale High School. Aside from being a member of the Specialty Center Dance Company at Dale, Madison has been a part of numerous clubs and organizations. She was the secretary of the Science Club, a member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society and the National Dance Arts Honor Society. Madison has always had a love for community service, and created her first service-related project, Love of Reading, in fifth grade. To date, she has collected and distributed over 3,000 books in Chesterfield and surrounding areas. Madison is a member of the J’adore Dance Project on the Elite Dance Competition Team. Because of her passion for dance, Madison plans to attend Point Park University to pursue a BFA in dance.
Brittany Howle, daughter of Ron and Connie Howle, is a graduate of Appomattox Regional Governor’s School for the Arts and Technology where she was a Literary Arts Major. Throughout her four years, Brittany has been very involved in the writing world, serving on the James River Writers Youth Advisory Board, Literary Arts Club Forum, and was a Scholastic Art & Writing Gold & Silver Keys and New Voices for the Theatre Residency Recipient. She also served as Secretary of German Club. Beyond school, she has dedicated much of her time to helping the homeless and sex trafficking victims through organizations like The Hub Urban Ministries, Grace Home Ministries, and Pregnancy Help Center of Chesterfield. Inspired by these experiences, Brittany hopes to dedicate her life to raising awareness of trafficking and helping victims recover from their traumatic experiences. She will be attending Liberty University in the fall directing her focus on non-profit work and creative writing.
Nathanael Haskins is a graduate of Thomas Dale High School where he graduated 53rd in his class and he will attend Virginia Tech in the Fall. He will be enrolled in the Corps of Cadets Program with plans of pursuing a career in the Army as an officer after graduation. His parents, Michael and Emilee, are very proud of their son and look forward to great opportunities awaiting him. Nathanael plans to major in Engineering and possibly pursue a Masters in Physical Therapy. He is preparing physically and mentally for his first week (new cadet week) coming in August.
Madison Hansen is a graduate of the Math & Science High School at Clover Hill High School. She plans to attend Virginia Commonwealth University in the art program. Madison works part time as an independent photographer and held many leadership positions at her school. Those include: Vice President of Programming for Mu Alpha Theta, Co-President of Photo Club, and President of National Art Honor Society. She was a member of several other clubs as well. Each week, Madison went to Evergreen Elementary School to mentor two kindergarteners and a fourth grader. The past 3 years Madison has been an official Chesterfield County Fair photographer. She plans to continue photography throughout college and beyond.