17 Trigg students participated in Kentucky Youth Assembly this year
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Trigg County High School student Mason Shelton (above right, pictured with Trigg County Board of Education Chairman Mike Davis) was voted Outstanding Delegate at the Kentucky Youth Assembly/</i>
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Trigg County High School student Mason Shelton (above right, pictured with Trigg County Board of Education Chairman Mike Davis) was voted Outstanding Delegate at the Kentucky Youth Assembly/

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There was only standing room where the Trigg County Board of Education met Thursday night, as they recognized students who were part of this year’s Kentucky Youth Assembly in Frankfort.

Trigg County Schools Gifted and talented Coordinator Robin Ford-Stagner said 17 students from Trigg County High School participated this year in the program, which is a simulation of Kentucky’s legislative process. She said there were more than 1,100 students there from across the state.

“I think they had a great experience,” said Trigg County School Superintendent Travis Hamby. He also said that students from Trigg County Middle School usually attend as well, but weather did not make that possible this year.

Ford-Stagner introduced the students and asked them to explain their bills. Board members gave the student certificates. Special recognition was also given to Outstanding Delegate Mason Shelton and Outstanding Speaker Clark Adams.

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