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Whitewater High School student selected as Washington Tour Delegate

Niyah Cameron

By Michael Cuneo —

FAYETTEVILLE — The Coweta-Fayette Electric Membership Corporation (CFEMC) selected two members for the 2022 Washington Youth Tour, an experience that will see the students travel to Washington D.C to learn more about the nation’s capital.

Whitewater high school’s Niyah Cameron was selected to participate in the leadership program for outstanding work within her community and school.

Pictured L to R- Niyah Cameron (WYT Delegate) and Rachel Camp (CFEMC WYT Coordinator).

“Every year, CFEMC recognizes outstanding high school students who are leaders in their schools, communities, places of worship, or academic and community organizations by providing a valuable leadership development program for exceptional teens through the Washington Youth Tour, established by America’s electric cooperatives to inspire and educate our youth.” A statement from the CFEMC reads.

Jackson Terrell of Newnan high school also received the honor and will join Cameron in the nation’s capital.

“We’re excited for Niyah and Jackson to represent CFEMC on the upcoming in-person 2022 Washington Youth Tour,” Rachel Camp, CFEMC youth tour coordinator, said. “It’s a wonderful opportunity that will allow both students to network with fellow peers from across the state, explore our nation’s educational museums and monuments, and enhance their knowledge of our government,” said Camp.

By Michael Cuneo

Michael Cuneo is a news and sports reporter for the Fayette County News. Michael graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in Journalism in 2020. In his off time, Michael enjoys torturing himself as an Atlanta Falcons fan. Follow Michael on twitter @michaelcune