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Participants recap the week they spent together and award the hard work and dedication of staff members.
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Boys Nation senators spend a day meeting with their respective state senators and representatives.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus spoke to the young men about his job and time at Boys State.
The young men visited the White House and met with the commander in chief.
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Aravind Byju of Florida elected president by a close vote of 50 to 46; Peter Spectre of Maine elected vice president after winning a coin toss.
The young men visited Arlington National Cemetery, laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and met with President Barack Obama.
Delegates honor those killed in Chattanooga, hear of sacrifices of servicemembers killed at Pearl Harbor, in Vietnam War.
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Participants hear from speakers, conduct first round of elections since arriving Friday afternoon.
The 98 young men from 49 states will spend a week learning about the structure and function of federal government.
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Scott L. Scarborough, president of University of Akron, was elected governor of Texas Boys State 35 years ago - it helped him become who he is today.
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Badger Boys State participants learn about the sacrifices and vision of those who came up with the idea for the program.
The conferences get underway in September.
President Clinton, a Boys State and Nation alumnus, also will be inducted into Arkansas Boys State Hall of Fame.
Three counties in state invite program participants to see their governments up-close.
Before becoming Wisconsin's highest executive official, Scott Walker was once a rising high school senior who moved through Badger Boys State and ultimately Boys Nation.
Department of Kansas, California introduced mobile website, phone app to give delegates convenient access to program resources.
Scholarships awarded to four Boys Nation officers and one junior counselor
Boys and Girls Nation sing “Happy Birthday” to President Obama.
The young men meet with their respective U.S. senators.
Senators get an assessment of America’s Armed Forces from a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The 98 Boys Nation senators will receive the scholarship if they apply and are accepted to the university.
Matthew Ellow elected president by a vote of 52 to 46; Louis Lombardo of Texas elected Boys Nation vice president.
States south of the Mason-Dixon line sweep all four elections.
The 98 senators also visit the Lincoln Monument and three war memorials.
The nine Boys Nation alumni share words of wisdom with the 98 young men; 1963 Boys Nation alumnus and former President Bill Clinton writes a letter to the 2014 class.
David Enriquez defeats Jeremy Price of Maryland on the final vote.
The young men are advised never to forget the great document’s first three words.
Program director says Boys Nation is about personal development, as well as a study in government.
98 high school seniors from 48 states arrive in Washington, D.C., for the 68th session of Boys Nation.
Donal Logue, a veteran of the small and big screens, remembers how he came of age in 1983 when he left his small California town for Washington, D.C.
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