HOLY REDEEMER JUNIORS TO ATTEND KEYSTONE BOYS STATE PROGRAM
Two Holy Redeemer High School juniors have been selected to attend the Keystone Boys State Program at Shippensburg University. Connor Mulvey and Mike Dubinski were chosen by local American Legion posts to join over 200 other participants in this civics education program.
Connor, a resident of West Pittston, was selected by West Pittston American Legion Post 542 1st Lt. Jeffrey DiPrimo, and Mike, a resident of Hanover Twp., was selected by Ashley Post 673. The American Legion’s Boys State Program is one of the longest-running and most respected civics education programs for high school students in the country. Students selected are high school juniors.
The week-long program features a government simulation that focuses on the rights, responsibilities, and privileges of citizens. Activities include government elections, legislative sessions, court proceedings, and law enforcement presentations. Participants will also hear from guest speakers, visit their representatives, and take part in recreational activities.
Shown are Mike Dubinski and Connor Mulvey.