Meet The Team
Hey! My name is Ayden Collins and I'm a freshman attending Lebanon High School! I strive to achieve great things and learn more. In my free time, I often find myself practicing my trumpet. Music has always been a big part of my life. Besides playing music, I like to focus on my schoolwork, personal relationships, and finding/creating unique ways to volunteer within the community.
Hi! I’m Brady! I’m a homeschooler, and also attend classes at Learning Tree. This is my first year being part of TAG. I’m enjoying meeting new friends and helping with fun events! I enjoy catching Pokemon, all things NASCAR, game nights, biking, piano, iSPACE, and volunteering at Matthew 25.
Hello, hello! I’m Francesca Dishueme (pronounced dee-Shrway-may). I’ve been a part of TAG since its creation, so I take part in the running joke of being a “founding member”. I go to Lebanon High School and have been a part of the community since 6th grade. At school, I am a representative on Student Council and a member of National Honor Society as well. I’m a stickler for hard work and tend to be pretty enthusiastic/imaginative/passionate at our meetings. Keep up with TAG, pretty please!
Hey! My name is Mattie Lacy. I’m currently a sophomore at Lebanon High School. I joined TAG in August 2019. I started playing tennis last year and have really been enjoying it so far! I’ve also been on stage crew for the school musical. I’ve always been very involved with music. I was in band for four years and joined choir this year. If you are interested in joining TAG let us know! We plan community events at the library and contribute ideas to make the library more inviting for teens.
Hi! I'm Alexis Whitney and I'm a junior at Lebanon High School. I helped out with TAG’s Haunted House last year but this is my first full year in TAG as a member. I love movies and music and am willing to try almost anything once. At school, I’m part of Film Club and the Lebanon Leos (a volunteer group that works with the Lebanon Lions). Being in TAG gives me a way to be a part of something bigger and I would encourage anyone interested to apply next year!