18 South Elects Board Officers

18 South Youth Ministries, Inc. has elected its 2018 board officers.

Paul Dauenbaugh, the pastor of Pleasant View Brethren in Christ Church, has been elected President of the board. A graduate of Messiah College and Evangelical Seminary, Paul joined the board in February 2017 and is equipped with more than 15 years worth of experience working in youth ministry in church, para-church, rural, suburban, and urban settings.

Jimmy Ilyes, a service technician at Hoober, Inc., has been elected Vice President of the board. A 2005 graduate of Spring Grove Area High School, Jimmy began volunteering at 18 South Youth Center in February 2014 and joined 18 South Youth Ministries as a board member in July 2016. He is an attendee of Providence Community Church in Spring Grove.

Sondra Tabeling, a bookkeeper, will continue serving as Treasurer of the board. A native of Baltimore, Md., Sondra moved to Red Lion, Pa., in 1997 to plant DOVE Community Church, which is now known as The Brook. Sondra joined our board in December 2016. An attendee and elder of The Brook, Sondra was instrumental in the launching of 18 South Youth Center.

Becky Schor, a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway, has been elected Secretary of the board. With 25 years worth of experience in advertising and marketing, Becky joined the board in October 2016 and has been a devoted volunteer at 18 South Youth Center since October 2015. Becky has been a realtor for more than 10 years and also co-owns The Bees Knees, a home goods and gift shop on Main Street in Red Lion, with her mother-in-law. She is an attendee of Living Word Community Church in Red Lion.

If you are interested in filling a seat on 18 South Youth Ministries’ Board of Directors, please contact our Executive Director, Jessica Cauller, at jess@18South.org.

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18 South Youth Ministries
P.O. Box 472
Red Lion, PA 17356

18 South Youth Ministries

18 South Youth Ministries strives to create opportunities for caring, responsible adults with Christian values to build authentic relationships with youth. The nonprofit operates 18 South Youth Center in Red Lion, Pa., which has reached more than 1,000 teens since it opened in November 2007.