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Montgomery Catholic Participates in 2017 YMCA Youth Legislature

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Cheyenne Hayes on the floor,
Hayes had a bill named
“Best Senate Bill Honorable Mention”

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School had a very successful showing at the YMCA Youth Legislature Conference this year. Held at the Alabama State House in downtown Montgomery, February 24-24, 2017, most of the MCPS bills made it to the bill calendar, five were debated on the floor, and four were passed in chamber, including a bill that went to the Supreme Court. Freshmen Jack Burt and Michael Russo were recognized as First Year Outstanding Delegates, while senior Cheyenne Hayes had a bill recognized with an Honorable Mention in the category of Best Senate Bill, one of just three bills recognized from more than sixty. Catholic senior James Sadie was invited to attend the YMCA Youth Conference on National Affairs this summer in North Carolina for the second consecutive year, and Jack Burt was selected as an alternate.  Additionally, Seniors Nate Smith, James Sadie, and Cheyenne Hayes received Honor Cords for their participation in the program throughout high school.

Congratulations to the Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School Youth Legislature team. Pictured from left to right: Nate Smith, Christian Friday, Cheyenne Hayes, Austin Collett, Anna Sadie, Nicholas Brown, Michael Russo, Patrick Flores, Michael Hodges, James Sadie and Jack Burt. The team is ssponsored by Mrs. Stefanie Nelson and Mr. Trip Hubbard.

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