On May 19, 15 middle school students from across Colorado gathered at Denver to test their civics knowledge in the National Civics Bee state competition.
Held in partnership with The Civic Trust of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the Daniels Fund, this event consisted of five chambers in Colorado and each of their top three students from the local competitions.
“Ensuring a bright future for our communities requires a vital investment in the upcoming generations and inspiring them to be involved in shaping our communities through civic education,” says Loren Furman, president and CEO of the Colorado Chamber of Commerce, in a press release. “We’re thrilled to recognize young Coloradans interested in civic engagement and congratulate this year’s winners!”
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