St. Dom’s students going to Washington


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sen. Susan Collins has announced that Samuel Inman and Chelsea St. Onge-May have been selected to participate in the 45th annual U.S. Senate Youth Program. The two high school students will join 102 other delegates who will spend a week in Washington on March 3 to 10 to observe the federal government in action.

Inman, a resident of Albion, is class senator at St. Dominic Regional High School in Auburn. His leadership roles also include mock trial team captain, student ambassador and student senator. He is a winner of the National Peace Essay Contest. Inman also enjoys cross country running.

St. Onge-May, a resident of Bridgton, is senior class treasurer at St. Dominic Regional High School. She serves as student ambassador and also enjoys varsity tennis and has a passion for varsity field hockey.

The youth program was established in 1962. Since then, more than 4,000 students have participated in this unique leadership program. Inman and St. Onge-May will receive a $5,000 college scholarship. Since its inception, the program has been fully funded by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation.