Local teens had roles in Buckeye Girls State PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 August 2013 09:30
The following area students served as delegates to Buckeye Girls State at the University of Mount Union in Alliance from June 16 through June 22:
Mackenzie Abel of Walbridge served in the role of city reporter.
Rebecka Adkins of North Baltimore served in the role of city board of health.
Sarah Altstadt of Custar served in the role of city school board member.
Jacqueline Baer of Portage served in the role of state highway patrol trooper.
Alaina Bickford of Bradner served in the role of state highway patrol trooper.
Paige Bowen of North Baltimore served in the role of LSC page.
Morgan Brant of Fostoria served in the role of city auditor.
Kara Buchman of Wayne served in the role of city librarian.
Michaela Bunge of Pemberville served in the role of state board of education.
Madison Creps of Perrysburg served in the role of county commissioner.
Bronte Cunningham of Bowling Green served in the role of house legislative clerk.
Brittany Daughenbaugh of North Baltimore served in the role of city director of health.
Christina David of Pemberville served in the role of municipal judge.
Hannah Davis of Bowling Green served in the role of senior policy adviser - governor.
Sydney Davis of Grand Rapids served in the role of director of law.
Taylor Desmith of Custar served in the role of city treasurer.
Marisa Dibartolomeo of Grand Rapids served in the role of house sergeant-at-arms.
Lindsey Donald of Bowling Green served in the role of county recorder.
Jordan Eschedor of Perrysburg served in the role of city park board.
Kristen Fowler of Bowling Green served in the role of deputy sheriff.
Alexis Gonyer of Weston served in the role of city fire chief.
Rachel Gore of North Baltimore served in the role of city councilman.
Elizabeth Hasenfratz of Luckey served in the role of city councilman.
Paige Hill of Weston served in the role of city councilman.
Maddie Jackson of Pemberville served in the role of clerk of court of common Pleas.
Amanda Jones of Bloomdale served in the role of city librarian.
Olivia Lahey of Perrysburg served in the role of state representative.
Emily Law of North Baltimore served in the role of director of department of taxation.
Kelly Printy of Perrysburg served in the role of state highway patrol trooper.
Yessenia Ramirez of Fostoria served in the role of house recording clerk.
Chelsie Schmitz of Wayne served in the role of city director of public safety.
Erin Swanson of Haskins served in the role of city director of health.
Clara Thornberry of Perrysburg served in the role of judge of the court of appeals.
Sadie Vanhorn of Weston served in the role of judge of court of common pleas.
Niara Williams of Perrysburg served in the role of director of legislative affairs.
BGS is a week-long program designed to educate Ohio's young women in the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of good citizenship. By getting involved in this active hands-on process, BGS delegates learn about city, county and state government within one week. Nearly 900 high school juniors participated in this year's event.
According to buckeyegirlsstate.org, the Girls State program was organized as a national Americanism activity by the 1937 National Convention. The first Girls State was held in Washington, D.C., in 1947. The program is a practical application of Americanism and good citizenship.
For more information about Buckeye Girls State, visit www.buckeyegirlsstate.org.
 

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