Calvary Christian students attend leadership camp


Calvary Christian 10th grader Sydnee Durnell, right, and 11th grader Mia Printz, left, spent a week at a leadership camp, sponsored by Ohio-West Virginia Youth in Government, at Camp Horseshoe, in Parsons, West Virginia. The camp was attended by students from neighboring states and emphasized leadership skills that one could use in government activities. Every spring Calvary Christian sends students to the annual Youth in Government in Columbus. The students learn how to present bills, vote on bills and prepare written information critical in passing bills.

Calvary Christian 10th grader Sydnee Durnell, right, and 11th grader Mia Printz, left, spent a week at a leadership camp, sponsored by Ohio-West Virginia Youth in Government, at Camp Horseshoe, in Parsons, West Virginia. The camp was attended by students from neighboring states and emphasized leadership skills that one could use in government activities. Every spring Calvary Christian sends students to the annual Youth in Government in Columbus. The students learn how to present bills, vote on bills and prepare written information critical in passing bills.


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Calvary Christian 10th grader Sydnee Durnell, right, and 11th grader Mia Printz, left, spent a week at a leadership camp, sponsored by Ohio-West Virginia Youth in Government, at Camp Horseshoe, in Parsons, West Virginia. The camp was attended by students from neighboring states and emphasized leadership skills that one could use in government activities. Every spring Calvary Christian sends students to the annual Youth in Government in Columbus. The students learn how to present bills, vote on bills and prepare written information critical in passing bills.

Calvary Christian 10th grader Sydnee Durnell, right, and 11th grader Mia Printz, left, spent a week at a leadership camp, sponsored by Ohio-West Virginia Youth in Government, at Camp Horseshoe, in Parsons, West Virginia. The camp was attended by students from neighboring states and emphasized leadership skills that one could use in government activities. Every spring Calvary Christian sends students to the annual Youth in Government in Columbus. The students learn how to present bills, vote on bills and prepare written information critical in passing bills.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/07/web1_IMG_0590.jpgCalvary Christian 10th grader Sydnee Durnell, right, and 11th grader Mia Printz, left, spent a week at a leadership camp, sponsored by Ohio-West Virginia Youth in Government, at Camp Horseshoe, in Parsons, West Virginia. The camp was attended by students from neighboring states and emphasized leadership skills that one could use in government activities. Every spring Calvary Christian sends students to the annual Youth in Government in Columbus. The students learn how to present bills, vote on bills and prepare written information critical in passing bills. Submitted photo