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Fallon Rice of the Governor’s Youth Council

 

My name is Fallon Rice and I have been on the Governor’s Statewide Youth Council since November of 2011.

I have always been involved in my community, and through that have made connections with many people. One person in particular told me about a fantastic opportunity to serve on the Governor’s Statewide Youth Council. When I read the Council description, I knew it was right for me.  I filled out the application but was not initially chosen for a position. However, soon after, I received a very exciting phone call asking if I was still interested in the position, and of course, I was. The following month, I was sworn into the Council with two other people. I have enjoyed every second of my time on the Council. My favorite event was when we put together our own anti-bullying rally. We had a showing of the movie, “Bully” and then a march through the Boston Common where we chanted and held signs about bullying prevention. The Governor’s Statewide Youth Council has been one of my best experiences. I am thrilled that we have now established an alumni group. When my time with the Council is over, I can still be involved. I look forward to keeping in touch and staying involved with each person who chooses to help better the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through the means of the Council.

 

To contact the Statewide Youth Council email anny.jean-jacques@gov.state.ma.us or visit the Governor’s Youth Council page

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