Calvary Christian students attend youth in government program


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Courtesy photo Calvary Christian students at the Youth in Government program. Pictured, from left, are Sydnee Durnell, Amanda Koons, Denalyn Rogers, Chantel Smithers, Sam Jackson, Mia Prntz Mataya Penorwood. Absent was Katie Thompson.


Eight Calvary Christian high school students attended this year’s Youth in Government Program at the Ohio Statehouse as part of the Youth Leadership Association.

During this three-day program these students assumed the roles of co authors of bills, voting on the bills, senators, representatives and serving as committee members. Mia Printz became the first CCS student to be elected as the 2018 Speaker of the House.

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Calvary Christian students at the Youth in Government program. Pictured, from left, are Sydnee Durnell, Amanda Koons, Denalyn Rogers, Chantel Smithers, Sam Jackson, Mia Prntz Mataya Penorwood. Absent was Katie Thompson.

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Calvary Christian students at the Youth in Government program. Pictured, from left, are Sydnee Durnell, Amanda Koons, Denalyn Rogers, Chantel Smithers, Sam Jackson, Mia Prntz Mataya Penorwood. Absent was Katie Thompson.

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