Eleven students from across the Commonwealth of Virginia traveled to Richmond from July 12-14 to attend the Virginia State Youth Education Summit (Y.E.S.) program. There, the students met with state legislators, toured the Capitol building, and visited other sites around Richmond to learn more about Virginia government and history while competing for $1,750 in scholarships. At the closing awards luncheon on Sunday, Clayton Noble of Fairfax was selected to represent Virginia at National Y.E.S. in the Washington, DC, area next June.
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