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Hannah Brezina chosen to attend annual Iowa Girls State

April 22, 2012
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Hannah Brezina of South Tama has been chosen by unit #73 of Tama to attend the annual session of the Iowa American Legion Auxiliary Girls State to be held June 17-22 on the campus of Iowa State University, Ames.

Hannah Brezina is the daughter of Alison and Kevin Brezina.

She is one of approximately 300 young women attending Iowa Girls State who have completed their junior year of high school and will study City, County and State government processes.

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Hannah Brezina

Iowa Girls State citizens set up their own City, County and State governments and administer them according to the laws of Iowa.

The girls also participate in legislative sessions, campaigning, party rallies, debating and voting along with learning deeper knowledge of parliamentary procedure. In addition to their political activities, the girls hear several motivational speakers along with local and State government officials.

The culmination of the week on Friday evening, June 22, is the Inauguration of the newly elected State officials. The Inauguration program will be held at Stephens Auditorium on the campus of Iowa State University, Ames. The public is invited.

Brezina attends South Tama County High School and is involved in the following activities: marching band, concert band, tennis and St. Patrick Youth Club.

She was chosen to attend Iowa Girls State on the basis of interest, leadership, and scholastic qualities.

Iowa Girls State is sponsored by the Department of Iowa American Legion Auxiliary and is staffed by Auxiliary members and former Iowa Girls State citizens who volunteer their time.

Across the nation, over 20,000 young women attend Girls State each summer. Past participants include, Jane Pauley, NBC news broadcast journalist-, Ann Richards, former Governor of Texas-, Lynne Cheney, wife of U.S. Vice President Richard Cheney, and Brigadier General Michelle Johnson, now serving at the Pentagon, who was the first woman to serve as Cadet Wing Commander at the U.S. Air Force Academy and a former Iowa Girls State citizen.



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