Author Jason Irby’s 2019 End of Year Review

2019 was yet another incredible year.  Just when it seems that one has reached a stopping point, more is demanded.

2019 took me further into new ventures than I could’ve journeyed alone.  I could never have moved in such a forward direction under my own power.  God is truly great.  There were more dreams fulfilled.  More imaginations revealed.  More possibilities and opportunities available that were realized.

The year began with growth and change to Irby’s CRP Project.  Those baby trees are coming into their own.  My babies are growing and looking good.  For the first time since I’ve owned the area I ventured into the forest.  It was time to give the woods some attention.  I marked trails for foot travel.  Now I will continue to develop and improve accessibility.

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Jason Irby, Author and Humanitarian, Speaks to Martin Luther King, Jr. Summer Youth Program

Author Jason Irby began the month of July by speaking with members of the L.E.A.D Youth Program mentored and sponsored by the Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission.

L.E.A.D. is a mentorship and leadership program designed to develop our youth socially, academically, and professionally.

The Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Commission invited Irby to speak before the youth group of future leaders.

Irby’s discussion and conversation style of presentation encouraged the students to freely participate and engage with comments.

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