State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Independence) will welcome senior citizens from Brecksville, Broadview Heights and Seven Hills to the Statehouse in Columbus to participate in her "Senior Legislator for a Day." The program is held in May, which is National Older Americans Month.

The program will give the vibrant elders the opportunity to see how government works at the state level and an in-depth look into the legislative process. The groups will participate in mock legislative voting sessions in the House chambers and take a VIP tour of the Statehouse.

“It is my pleasure honoring the ‘young at heart’ constituents down at the Statehouse and to highlight their value and how important their individual contributions are to their own communities as well as their state government," Rep. Anielski said. “It is my intention to ensure that all the elders will have a greater understanding of how a bill becomes a law and how to better voice their beliefs and opinions throughout the legislative process at the state level."

If you reside in the 6th District and are interested in this program, please contact your local senior center for them to make arrangements with Representative Anielski's office.

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