November 3, 2016 – All 1,200 Peer Helpers in Baldwin County will come together for this exciting time to hear from nationally recognized speakers, meet other students from across the county and have FUN!


Event Details

Date: November 3, 2016

Time: 9:00 AM – 1:15 PM


Premiere Cinema 14 located in the Eastern Shore Centre

30500 AL – 181, Spanish Fort, AL 36527

Jubilee Guidebook

Featured Speakers


Laymon Hicks – Motivational Youth Speaker

As a motivational youth speaker and leadership trainer, Kent challenges students to choose which story they will live. Will they let life happen to them and live into their smaller story? Or will they take 100 percent ownership and lead their life into their bigger story?


Billy Brown – Author and Burn Victim Survivor

Overcoming Stereotyping: At the age of two, Billy was hit by an eighteen wheeler and was covered in gas while trapped inside a vehicle. The car exploded just moments after he was rescued.  Billy has lived with over 65% of his body scared from the severe third degree burns and knows the true meaning of getting ugly looks and being rejected. Author of “Rising from the Ashes” – Billy will share his story of 3 keys to success.


Kristy Wells – Recovering Addict

The Reality of Addiction: Kristy tells her personal story about addiction, the impact it had on others and addiction prevention. For Elementary: Substance Abuse Prevention: Kristy interactively covers substances, use, abuse and prevention on a young child’s level.


Sponsorship Opportunities

The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation values your partnership and requests your continued support of our Peer Helper Programs in Baldwin County. Since our inception in 1998 and because of the loyal support of community investors like you, we have been able to train and support Peer Helper Programs and grow to 47 schools touching Kindergarteners through 12th graders. Download the 2016 Sponsorship Opportunities

2015 – 2016 Peer Helpers

Check out the 2015 FOX 10 News Report on the Peer Helper Jubilee below:

“She was talking about bullying and how to handle with bullying and I have been bullied because I’m smaller than everyone else and so it would help me a lot,” said fifth grader, Mary Elizabeth from J. Larry Newton School.

“The biggest problem I see at our school is basically just fighting. You know, we’ve got all these fights, but it’s just the dumb things that they fight about,” Dylan Stallworth of Foley Middle School said.

“I didn’t quite realize the full potential of being a Peer Helper until now, cause now I realize I can go to somebody and I can talk to them,” Hunter Sessions of Daphne Middle School said. “I can help lead people in the right direction and set them on the right course or path.”

Read more: Fox 10 News – 2015 Peer Helper Jubilee