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On Friday, June 25th, Director Lori Swann announced that Lauryn Hobbs and Tina Majdinasab were selected to attend Girls Nation later this summer. Hobbs attends Flower Mound High School and served as Health Officer in her city here at Girls State. Majdinasab attends Rider High School in Wichita Falls. She served as a City Attorney here.
Julia Ruiz of Lake Travis was selected as First Alternate. Ruiz served as City Attorney in her city here. Jacqueline Bui of Cypress Springs was selected as Second Alternate. Bui won her election for City Council here at Girls State.
Update: The Girls State Gift Shop is now closed.
The Girls State Gift Shop is online this year. Check it out and be sure to get your orders in this week. It may never be online again, so get your sweatshirts and T-shirts.
Our total attendance number is coming later this week — it’s going to be a big one.
Will this be the largest session ever of Bluebonnet Girls State?
UPDATE: The 2021 session has broken the record for MOST CITIES EVER! Congratulations to all 26 cities!
The 2021 Session of Texas Bluebonnet Girls State starts today!
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. It is a special day to America and Texas. Bluebonnet Girls State wishes you the best as you celebrate and remember this important Texas state and federal holiday.