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NAPPANEE â€” A Nappanee youth spent Tuesday of last week learning about the Indiana state senate first hand.
Cooper Davis, a sixth-grader at NorthWood Middle School, spent the day working as a page for leaders of the state through the Senate Page Program.
The program allows for 500 youth in sixth through twelfth grade to spend a day at the statehouse up close and personal with senate and state leaders.
Davis' day began at check-in, where he received a special swipe card that granted him access to virtually every part of the statehouse.
Then, they toured the statehouse, supreme court and the house of representatives, through tunnels under the City of Indianapolis.
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