On November 12, 2016 Miss Georgia Teen Imani Johnson hosted a benefit dinner theatre to raise money for the Habitudes Leadership Curriculum to go to students in India.
The Habitudes Leadership Curriculum is a series of books written by Dr. Tim Elmore that teach students about setting goals, not giving into peer pressure, and learning from failures.
The dinner was sponsored by RRHS Beta Club, KOTRT, Big Girls Catering, and the Cherokee Theater company who performed a play called “Death by Chocolate.”
2016 Miss Georgia Teen, Imani Johnson, donated school supplies to Yells Organization.
Y.E.L.L.S. stands for Youth Empowerment through learning, leadership and service.
Imani will also be speaking to the students involved with the program in the coming weeks about believing in themselves.