Youth Tour Archives

2018 Montgomery Youth Tour winners visit Washington, D.C.

From left to right: Shyanne Allen – Zion Chapel High School, Emmy Stevens – Pike Liberal Arts High School, Sarah Dunn – Goshen High School, Lillian Paige Hermeling – Brantley High School, Kaylee Ferraro – Pike Liberal Arts High School, Sarah Railey -  Goshen High School, Natalie Kennedy – Brantley High School, Maxx Copeland – Pike Liberal Arts High School, Savannah Parker – Zion Chapel High School, Hailey Grant – Zion Chapel High School

First row: Maxx Copeland (Pike Liberal Arts), Emmy Stevens (Pike Liberal Arts), Lillian Paige Hermeling (Brantley High School) Second Row: Sarah Railey (Goshen High School), Kaylee Ferraro (Pike Liberal Arts), Natalie Kennedy (Brantley High School) Third Row: Sarah Dunn (Goshen High School), Hailey Grant (Zion Chapel High School) Fourth Row: Savannah Parker (Zion Chapel High School), Shyanne Allen (Zion Chapel High School)

 2017 National Youth Tour winners visit Washington, D.C.  

Two winners selected from the 2017 Montgomery Youth Tour had a trip of a lifetime during the National Youth Tour week in Washington DC.  Dakarai Siler from Goshen High School and Brooklyn Norris from Zion Chapel High School were part of this year’s National Youth Tour program.  They along with nearly 1,600 other students from across the nation and their 250 chaperones gathered in Washington DC June 9th – 15th for the 53rd Annual National Youth Tour.  South Alabama Electric Cooperative congratulates these two awesome students on their accomplishments and their opportunity to participate in one of the most educational experiences of their lifetime.

Brooklyn & Dakarai Brooklyn w FDR wax
Dakarai & Brooklyn statue Dakarai group Smithsonian Dinosaur
Dakarai sitting group Group Capital
Group picture Group US Marine Corps War Memorial
Group with Martha Roby John F Kennedy Eternal Flame
Montgomery YT Group pic  
2017 Montgomery Youth Tour Participants