During the four-day event, he had the opportunity to climb a rock wall, gain knowledge from a team of incredible dogs, observe exciting science d4emonstrtions, interact with dynamic, successful leaders and have lots of fun. He will also have the opportunity to practice true leadership by learning to serve others while participating in community-service projects throughout the year.
The conference fee was $150 per participant; however Pioneer Natural Resources provided a $100 scholarship for Elystino. On Monday, he received the citizenship award and at closing ceremonies, he was named the Outstanding Citizenship candidate. He is the son of Ermondo and Ester Reyes.