South Fork High School junior heading to Girls State

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Kamia Way, a junior at South Fork High School will represent the county at Girls State this summer.
Provided Kamia Way, a junior at South Fork High School will represent the county at Girls State this summer.

South Fork High School’s Kamia Way will represent her school this summer at Girls State, a six-day camp hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary at Claremont McKenna College. Kamia, a junior and the daughter of Julie Moore and Michael Way, was selected along with two of her peers by her teachers to participate in an interview process hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary. She was selected based on her academic achievements, leadership, and dedication to her school community.

Kamia will participate in this six-day camp to learn more about the structure of government, participate in publishing a newspaper, a Superior Court mock trial, and the elected Governor will give her a State of the State Address.

To learn more about the California Girls State program visit www.cagirlsstate.org.

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