Live Oak Missionary Baptist Church will be having a Youth Seminar on Saturday, July 23, at 11 a.m., with the theme, “Discussing Issues That Affect Our Youth.”
The guest speaker will be Lisa Clarke Hill of Moultrie. Hill graduated with dual seals and honors, third in her class from Colquitt County High School, in 1995. She graduated with the highest honors, summa cum laude from Albany State University in Albany, Ga., with a bachelor’s degree in social work and a minor in sociology, in 1999. Hill also graduated summa cum laude from the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, in 2000, with a master’s degree in clinical social work with an emphasis in school social work.
Hill is a “team player” at Colquitt County High School, where she has been a certified school worker for 12 years.
She is the vice president of the Colquitt County Association of Educators, serves on the steering committee for Colquitt County Relay for Life, the outreach committee with Moultrie Y.M.C.A., the Colquitt County employers committee, Family Connections, United Way annual Day of Caring/Action Activates, and various other agencies in Colquitt County and the nation. She said that she also believes in supporting the school booster clubs and programs that will enhance senior citizens’ lives as well.
Hill has a group for teenage mothers called R.A.M.S., which stands for Reaching Adolescent Mothers for Success. She has had traditional and nontraditional student social work interns from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Darton College, Albany State University, and Southwest Georgia Technical College.
She is the wife of Timothy Alexander Hill and has one son. A member of Lewis Temple Church of God in Christ, her pastor is Elder J. W. Lewis.
The event is free and sponsored by the youth department. Refreshments will be served.
The Rev. J.W. Greene Jr. is the pastor.