Two seniors-to-be from Marietta High School and one from Frontier High School have been elected to attend the 66th annual session of Buckeye Girls State at University of Mount Union. The session began Sunday, June 10, and concludes on Saturday, June 16.
It is a fast paced program of mock government at the state, county and city levels. The main objective of the Girls State program is to train young women, who have completed their junior year in senior high school, in the duties, rights and privileges of citizenship by providing the attendee the opportunity to actively participate in a democratic form of government.
Kara Carpenter and Brianna L. Rosen were chosen from Marietta High. Kylee Morrison will represent Frontier High.
Carpenter is active in Marietta band, softball and Key Club. She volunteers by tutoring a student at a nearby elementary school, active in church young group, and collects newspapers for the humane society.
Morrison is attending Washington State Community College as a junior in high school. She is taking U.S. Government class, member of National Honor Society, Washington County Fair Board, Girl Scout Troop, Frontier Country 4-H , Frontier Key Club, Frontier student council, drama club, Sunday school teacher, varsity cheerleader, and track team.
Rosen participated in Educational Talent Search, Marietta High band, Pokemon Club, Key Club and Job's Daughters.