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CMS fourth-graders tour state capitol

Campbellsville Middle School fourth-graders experienced Kentucky’s legislature up close and personal recently.

 

On Tuesday, May 16, the students traveled to Frankfort to tour the state capitol building and the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History.

 

Students enjoyed seeing the exhibits at the Kentucky history museum and seeing where history is made at the capitol.

 

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny showed students the House of Representatives and Senate chambers as well as meetings room and historical offices.

 

They also saw the Kentucky Supreme Court chambers.

 

Students also went on a walking tour of the floral clock at the capitol and the Governor’s mansion.

 

CMS fourth-graders have been studying state government in Kaye Agathen’s social studies classes.

 

CMS fourth-graders in Garnetta Murrell’s and Kaye Agathen’s classes pose for a photo on the state capitol steps.

CMS fourth-graders in Garnetta Murrell’s and Kaye Agathen’s classes pose for a photo on the state capitol steps.

 

CMS fourth-graders in Samantha Coomer’s and Maranda Wright’s classes pose for a photo on the state capitol steps.

CMS fourth-graders in Samantha Coomer’s and Maranda Wright’s classes pose for a photo on the state capitol steps.

 

CMS fourth-graders rub an Abraham Lincoln statue for good luck.

CMS fourth-graders rub an Abraham Lincoln statue for good luck.

 

CMS fourth-graders look at the historic dolls on display at the state capitol.

CMS fourth-graders look at the historic dolls on display at the state capitol.

 

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about the architecture of the capitol building.

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about the architecture of the capitol building.

 

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about a historic reception room at the capitol building.

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about a historic reception room at the capitol building.

 

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about a historic reception room at the capitol building.

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about a historic reception room at the capitol building.

 

CMS fourth-graders, from left, Kenya Bridgewater, Serenity Mings, Rowan Petett, Kate Billeter and Mellany Parker pose for a photo as they look out on the capital courtyard.

CMS fourth-graders, from left, Kenya Bridgewater, Serenity Mings, Rowan Petett, Kate Billeter and Mellany Parker pose for a photo as they look out on the capital courtyard.

 

CMS fourth-graders look out on the capital courtyard.

CMS fourth-graders look out on the capital courtyard.

 

CMS fourth-graders walk in the Kentucky Supreme Court chambers.

CMS fourth-graders walk in the Kentucky Supreme Court chambers.

 

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about the Kentucky Supreme Court chambers.

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about the Kentucky Supreme Court chambers.

 

CMS fourth-graders walk into the Senate chambers.

CMS fourth-graders walk into the Senate chambers.

 

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about the Senate chambers.

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about the Senate chambers.

 

CMS fourth-graders Zeke Harris, at left, and Kate Billeter pose for a photo with a statue of Colonel Harland Sanders.

CMS fourth-graders Zeke Harris, at left, and Kate Billeter pose for a photo with a statue of Colonel Harland Sanders.

 

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about the quilt made to represent all of the counties in Kentucky.

Capitol tour guide Annie Denny talks to CMS fourth-graders about the quilt made to represent all of the counties in Kentucky.

 

CMS fourth-graders walk down the capitol steps.

CMS fourth-graders walk down the capitol steps.





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