Pennyrile Electric Takes Students to Tour State Capitol
Twelve local high school juniors joined other students from across Kentucky and visited the commonwealth's capitol as part of the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperative's Frankfort Youth Tour on March 5th.
The program brings together students selected from their local electric cooperatives to tour Frankfort and learn about state government.
The students who represented Pennyrile Electric are pictured: (Front row, left to right) Janae Bracey, Hopkinsville High School; Chely Laster, Logan County High School; Macey Dukes, Christian County High School; Jenna Raulerson, Todd County Central High School; (Second row left to right) Maia Bradford, Hopkinsville High School; Lainey Burman, University Heights Academy; Olivia Ricks, Trigg County High School; Alyssa Romney, Christian County High School; (Back row, left to right) Tyler Freeman, Trigg County High School; Lyle Wagner, Todd County Central High School; Nick Petrie, Logan County High School; and Tate Wells, Heritage Christian Academy.
During the day-long program the students met with State Representative, David Meade, in the Capitol Annex building, and toured the state capitol building, the Governor’s mansion, and the Kentucky History Museum.