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 the week of March 3-10 in Washington 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, 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.

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