Reid Spiller of Jacksboro, has been named to the Freshman Leadership Organization of Baylor University. FLO consists of 50 freshman (25 male and 25 female) chosen by an application and interview process at the beginning of the fall semester. The mission of FLO is to develop individual leadership skills in a group environment through developmental training, service opportunities, and relationship building. Leadership skills are obtained and utilized through engaging involvement in the Waco community, weekly meetings, enjoyable event planning, and relationship building. The FLO is a part of the Academy for Leader Development and Civic Engagement at Baylor, which was established in 2004 by the Division of Student Life at Baylor to create a common place where diverse individuals studying, researching or practicing leadership in the context of a Christian worldview will benefit from collaboration. The purpose of fostering greater synergy among "leadership thinkers" is guided by an aspiration to provide a meaningful forum for talented Baylor students to develop their strengths in preparation for answering a call to sustained leadership in whatever their chosen vocations, whether they be service in public life, private enterprise, social issues, or the Church.