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Freeman Cornhusker Girls' State Participants


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5aba5abf0ce57 Ashley Parde and Mary Zeman
Ashley Parde and Mary Zeman

Adams, NE- Ashley Parde (daughter of Doug and Cindy Parde) and Mary Zeman (daughter of Leonard and Kerri Zeman) of Adams have been selected to attend American Legion Auxiliary Cornhusker Girls State. The Adams American Legion and Sons of American Legion will fund the expenses through the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 140 of Sterling Nebraska. Ashley and Mary will study local, county and state government processes in this nonpartisan political learning experience.  Every spring, the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Program provides approximately 25,000 young women with a hands-on educational opportunity designed to instruct tomorrow’s leaders in the privileges and duties of responsible citizenship.

Delegates receive special instruction in parliamentary procedure and organize themselves into two mythical political parties.  They then campaign, hold rallies, debate and ultimately vote to elect city, county and state officials.  Once elected to office, delegates are sworn in and perform their prescribed duties.  Citizens not elected to office are given appointments and visit the offices of their elected or appointed counterparts in actual state, county and city government.

Two outstanding citizens, known as “senators,” are selected at each of the 50 Girls State sessions held across the country to represent their state at American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation held in Washington, D.C. in July.

Founded in 1919, the American Legion Auxiliary is the world’s largest patriotic women’s service organization.  With a membership of nearly 850,000, local Auxiliary units have strong presence in more than 9,500 communities nationwide.  The Auxiliary’s mission to serve veterans their families and their communities is carried out through its hundreds of outreach programs delivered by its members, volunteers and National Headquarters.

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