ALA delegates to Girls State named

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ALA delegates to Girls State named

The American Legion Auxiliary Department of S.C. and ALA Unit 4 of Orangeburg present the Delegates and Alternate/Substitute list of Delegates for the 73rd meeting of Palmetto Girls State to be held in June. Front row left to right, Branchville's Marie Aull, Edisto's Brianna Brown, High School for Health Professions' Alayshia Mack, Orangeburg Prep's Nhi Ngo, Orangeburg-Wilkinson's Nyasia Argrow, Orangeburg Prep's Emilee-Clare Fanning, Orangeburg-Wilkinson's Laila Folk, High School for Health Professions' Anaiya Whaley, Orangeburg Prep's Jojo Wolfe. Back row left to right, Orangeburg Prep's Lindsay Salley, Orangeburg Prep's Georgia Anne Craig, Edisto's Hailey Antley, High School for Health Professions' Amber Brabham, Orangeburg-Wilkinson's Sydney Williams, Orangeburg Wilkinson's Kellie Coleman, Orangeburg-Wilkinson's Miracle Lee, Orangeburg Prep's Bailey Livingston and Branchvilles' Brooke Risher. Not pictured are Edisto's Alexandrea Mixon and Orangeburg-Wilkinson's Jaden Williams. The ALA is the world's largest women's patriotic service organization. This is a week-long hands on learning experience for these young ladies. They will be learning citizenship, respect for the American flag and South Carolina flag, and patriotism along with leadership skills. Among the principles discussed this week are the concepts of "God and country".

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