Exeter American Legion Auxiliary Unit 218 has selected Amanda Dinneen and Kelsey Moore, members of the junior class of Exeter-Milligan Public School, as their delegates to the 2010 session of Cornhusker Girls State to be held at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln from June 6 - 12, 2010.
Girls State is a nationwide program sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Each year more than 400 young women from across Nebraska are offered an opportunity to be active participants in structured role-playing that emphasizes our democratic form of government.
Amanda Dinneen, daughter of Joe and Sharla Dinneen of Exeter, is active in volleyball, track, softball, cheerleading, FCCLA, speech, one-act and all school plays, quiz bowl and band. She is a member of the National Honor Society and was selected as a National Youth Delegate. Amanda is also a member of CYO at her church.
Kelsey Moore, daughter of Brent and Lori Moore of Exeter, is active in volleyball, basketball, track, softball, cheerleading, quiz bowl, speech, band, jazz band, one-act and all school plays. She is a member of National Honor Society and president of FCCLA. Kelsey is also involved in 4-H as secretary of the Fillmore Co 4-H council and in her church as a Sunday School teacher, a member of the Pastoral Call Committee and as president of LYON (Lutheran Youth Organization of Nebraska).