Teens from Nashua, Plaistow chosen for Senate youth program
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Two teens from Nashua and Plaistow have been chosen to represent New Hampshire in the United States Senate Youth Program.
Meera Kurup of Nashua, and Cameron Magner of Plaistow, will be among 104 students attending the program’s 56th annual Washington Week events in March. They also will receive $10,000 college scholarships.
The program was created in 1962 in part to emphasize the importance of democratic decision making not only for the United States but for people around the world.