Josh Milner got enthusiastic applause when he spoke to Morrow County Chamber of Commerce members about his success at the Tomorrow Center. He said that he was failing and unhappy in school and was two to three years behind when he entered the Tomorrow Center.
“When you come to the Tomorrow Center – it’s like getting a great big hug,” Milner said. “You get so much support and now I’ll be able to graduate this year.”
Tomorrow Center Community Relations Director, Susie Sexton said that Josh is an “A” student at the Tomorrow Center. She calls him hard working and determined with a strong drive to graduate. He also does the right thing, even when no one is watching and is tolerant of other students.
Josh participates in the Recycling Club this year. He is also helping with a food drive to benefit the Cardington Food Pantry. He has participated for two years in the heART Bridges art program and enjoys learning many art techniques.
Josh lives in the Cardington area with his mother, Jennie Wyatt and her husband, Kevin Wyatt. Josh plans to work in the family business in industrial roofing after graduation.
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