Hardin chosen to participate in Washington inauguration
Kimberly Hardin has been chosen to attend the Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20, 2005. She was chosen as a presidential scholar and will attend a week-long conference learning how the President of the United States chooses his cabinet and transition team. This conference is sponsored by Lead America, one of the nation's leading groups helping to mold America's youth into being responsible adults and future leaders getting involved with governmental processes.
After three days of education on Presidential transitions, she will attend the Presidential Inauguration, the Inaugural parade and she will attend an Inaugural Youth Ball on the 20th with hopes of meeting President Bush.
In addition to this honor, she has been nominated and accepted by a teacher at Robertsdale High School for People to People Student Ambassadors (a leadership program teaching students diplomacy skills while in foreign countries representing the United States) based on her leadership ability she demonstrates at school and the kindness she shows others and the National Honor Rolls.
She is a sophomore at Robertsdale High School, a member of the Robertsdale Marching Band and attends Abiding Love Fellowship Church in Foley. She is the daughter of Mary Fisher of Robertsdale and David Hardin of Brewton. Her grandparents are John and Alma Loyd of Robertsdale, Elaine Hardin of Brewton, and the late C.L. Hardin and Lillian Cain Wright of Brewton. She is the great-granddaughter of Flora Adamson of Robertsdale.