Brock and Floreani to represent Texas at Girls Nation

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(l. to r.) GN Delegate Floreani, 2nd Alternate Weatherford, GN Delegate Brock and 1st Alternate Torres
(l. to r.) GN Delegate Floreani, 2nd Alternate Weatherford, GN Delegate Brock and 1st Alternate Torres

On Saturday, June 21st, Director Lori Swann announced that Alexandra Brock and Mary Floreani were selected to attend Girls Nation later this summer.  Brock lives in Austin and was sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary Unit 447 of Round Rock. Floreani of Wimberley was sponsored by San Marcos ALA Unit 144.  Brock was selected to serve as a Floor Leader; Floreani was elected the National Party State Chair.

First alternate is Sonia Torres (Mont Belview, Unit 1050) and second alternate is Emma Weatherford (Denton, Unit 71).  Torres was elected Attorney General; Weatherford was elected City L Treasurer. Congratulations to these four exceptional citizens.

2013 Girls Nation, Outstanding Citizens Announced

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Wolfford and Lalouette
Wolfford and Lalouette

Two girls are selected from each Girls State program to attend Girls Nation, a national government training program. Chase Lalouette of Harker Heights (ALA Unit 560) and Kirsten Wolfford of Orange (ALA Unit 447) will represent Texas at Girls Nation in July. First alternate is Sarah Lanford of Houston (ALA Unit 658), and second alternate is Mattie Lastovica  of Fredericksburg (ALA Unit 291). Girls Nation “senators” meet for a week in Washington, D.C., where they run for office, enact legislation and meet with Representatives and Senators.

Twelve citizens were chosen “Outstanding Citizens of 2013” by their fellow citizens. They are Laura Boshart (City A), Annie Sides (City B), Katie Steinhauser (City C), Hallie Skansi (City D), Madison Huerta (City E), Michelle Deveau (City F), Kendall Duke (City G), Carly Knapp (City H), Tala Raus (City I), Megan Rose (City J), Chloe Lewis (City K), and Paige Cheatham (City L).

Girls Nation, Outstanding Citizens Announced

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Two girls are selected from each Girls State program to attend Girls Nation, a national government training program. Anna Rigby of League City (ALA Unit 554) and Aanchal Saraf of The Woodlands (ALA Unit 305) will represent Texas at Girls Nation in July. First alternate is Hailey Knab of Pottsboro (ALA Unit 231), and second alternate is Keni Sabath of Missouri City (ALA Unit 77). Girls Nation “senators” meet for a week in Washington, D.C., where they run for office, enact legislation and meet with Representatives and Senators.

 

Twelve citizens were chosen “Outstanding Citizens of 2011” by their peers. They are Kaitlin Phillips (City A), Carson Alsop (City B), Pronoma Debnath (City C), Stephanie Bossert (City D), Christina Faseler (City E), Anna Rigby (City F), Aanchal Saraf (City G), Tara McCullough (City H), Heather Cox (City I), Hailey Stevenson (City J), Lexi Edwards (City K), and Irene Cofie (City L).

2010 “Bluebonnet News” Available for Download

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The 2010 issue of “The Bluebonnet” is now available for download! Read about our elected officials, guest speakers, and more in our annual newsletter. Suitable for printing out and putting in scrapbooks. Spread the word–tell all your fellow citizens to download the ultimate Bluebonnet Girls State memento.

2010 Girls Nation, Outstanding Citizens

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Two girls are selected from each Girls State program to attend Girls Nation, a national government training program. Sandra Silea of Frisco (Plano 321) and Priyanka Patel of Houston (Houston 560) will represent Texas at Girls Nation in July. First alternate is Hannah Kennedy of Rockwall (Rockwall Post 117) and second alternate is Jackie Cheng of Houston (League City 554). Girls Nation “senators” meet for a week in Washington, D.C., where they run for office, enact legislation and meet with Representatives and Senators.

Twelve citizens were chosen “Outstanding Citizens of 2010” by their peers. They are Michelle Geng (City A), Lindsey Dodgen (City B), Hannah Kennedy (City C), Brittni Howell (City D), Sandra Silea (City E), Alicia Geurin (City F), Anna Van Buskirk (City G), Brittany Lyons (City H), Chelsea Chiaghana (City I), Marki Hoyne (City J), Taylor Burner (City K), and Lauren Gainer (City L).