State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) attended the 65th Ohio YMCA Youth & Government High School State Assembly last week.  A group of students from Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School attended the assembly.


The Ohio YMCA Youth & Government program provides high school and middle school students with a unique opportunity to become acting state legislators, governors, lobbyists, lawyers, and committee chairs. The students simulate all phases and positions of the actual state government.


Rep. Anielski said, “I appreciate the participation of the students of Brecksville Broadview Heights High School.  It is through this forum that the students learn about all different facets of government to become our future leaders.”


Sean Brennan, Brecksville Broadview Heights Educator and YIG Supervisor, said, "I want to thank Representative Anielski and the entire General Assembly for their constant support of the excellent Youth in Government program.  The students and I especially appreciate her always remaining in Columbus beyond session to meet with our delegation.  Youth in Government truly shapes our young people into the leaders of tomorrow."


Participants included: Jame Cowen, Norbert Delatte, Kate Falko, Laura Humel, Kailey Johnson, Markelle Kallibjian, Emma Keserich, Dan Lant, Chris Lee, James McCrea, Sarah Niro, Enzo Orlando, Elizabeth Painter, Ethan Ratajczak, Marissa Razek, Jillian Roberts, Dan Rohrer, Amanda Schenk, Jake Sweeney, Samantha Volkens, Katie Williamson, Samantha Wochna, Jaewon Yu, Ian Zonfa

 
 
 
  
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