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62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 14 - May 20, 2004 Submitted photo Sussex Family YMCA representatives to the 35th Youth in Government Model Legislature weekend at Legislative Hall in Dover gather during a break in sessions. They are (back row, l-r) Brian Tinsman, Tom Reichert, Adam Beauregard. In front are Samantha Dobrich, Jessica Bell, Rosie Beauregard and Angelyn Tinsman. Not pictured is Colleen Hogan-Tins- man, advisor and recipient of Youth in Government's Adult Service to Youth Award. Local youth come answers to society's If Delaware teens were running things, motorcyclists would be re- quired to wear helmets, public buses would run on Sundays, ju- ries alone would determine the fate of convicted murderers and the harvesting of horseshoe crabs would limited. These and other bills were pre- sented, debated, voted on and signed into "law" during the 35th Youth in Government Model Leg- islature weekend at Legislative Hall in Dover on April 23, 24 and 25. Teens at YMCAs and schools from across the state began work in February to prepare mock legis- lation, to leam parliamentary pro- cedure, to nominate and elect offi- cers and to otherwise prepare themselves to assume the roles of legislators. "They did an amazing job of running this completely youth-led weekend," said Rocky Bush- weller, state director of the Youth in Government program, of the accomplishments of Youth Gover- nor Eli Turkel and his cabinet, President of the Senate Chris Lang, Western Branch YMCA; Speaker of lhe House Angelyn Tinsman, Sussex Family YMCA; Clerk of the House Jessica Down- ing, Brandywine YMCA; and Secretary of the Senate Francis Frisby, Walnut Street. The 50 high school delegates from throughout the state met in up with problems Angie Tinsman served as Speaker of the House during the Youth in Government weekend in Dover last month. the capitol's historic halls, cham- bers and governor's office to fur- ther their knowledge of the work- ings of state government. State Sen. Gary Simpson welcomed the Youth in Government representa- tives at the Friday opening of the three-day event and Gov. Ruth Ann Minner addressed the atten- dees on Saturday morning. The YMCA of Delaware spon- sors the program with the aid of advisors and volunteers. The stu- dents are recognized by their peers for strong character devel- Continued on page 65 Classic iron lampposts and a gorgeous landscape welcome you into The Villages of Five Points, the first resort community in recreational amenities, walking pattas, biking trails, and more... all just steps outside your front door. Custom home lots now available for purchase in the EastVillage starting from q50,000. Vinyl/Cedar Shake 62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 14 - May 20, 2004 Submitted photo Sussex Family YMCA representatives to the 35th Youth in Government Model Legislature weekend at Legislative Hall in Dover gather during a break in sessions. They are (back row, l-r) Brian Tinsman, Tom Reichert, Adam Beauregard. In front are Samantha Dobrich, Jessica Bell, Rosie Beauregard and Angelyn Tinsman. Not pictured is Colleen Hogan-Tins- man, advisor and recipient of Youth in Government's Adult Service to Youth Award. Local youth come answers to society's If Delaware teens were running things, motorcyclists would be re- quired to wear helmets, public buses would run on Sundays, ju- ries alone would determine the fate of convicted murderers and the harvesting of horseshoe crabs would limited. These and other bills were pre- sented, debated, voted on and signed into "law" during the 35th Youth in Government Model Leg- islature weekend at Legislative Hall in Dover on April 23, 24 and 25. Teens at YMCAs and schools from across the state began work in February to prepare mock legis- lation, to leam parliamentary pro- cedure, to nominate and elect offi- cers and to otherwise prepare themselves to assume the roles of legislators. "They did an amazing job of running this completely youth-led weekend," said Rocky Bush- weller, state director of the Youth in Government program, of the accomplishments of Youth Gover- nor Eli Turkel and his cabinet, President of the Senate Chris Lang, Western Branch YMCA; Speaker of lhe House Angelyn Tinsman, Sussex Family YMCA; Clerk of the House Jessica Down- ing, Brandywine YMCA; and Secretary of the Senate Francis Frisby, Walnut Street. The 50 high school delegates from throughout the state met in up with problems Angie Tinsman served as Speaker of the House during the Youth in Government weekend in Dover last month. the capitol's historic halls, cham- bers and governor's office to fur- ther their knowledge of the work- ings of state government. State Sen. Gary Simpson welcomed the Youth in Government representa- tives at the Friday opening of the three-day event and Gov. Ruth Ann Minner addressed the atten- dees on Saturday morning. The YMCA of Delaware spon- sors the program with the aid of advisors and volunteers. The stu- dents are recognized by their peers for strong character devel- Continued on page 65 Classic iron lampposts and a gorgeous landscape welcome you into The Villages of Five Points, the first resort community in recreational amenities, walking pattas, biking trails, and more... all just steps outside your front door. Custom home lots now available for purchase in the EastVillage starting from q50,000. Vinyl/Cedar Shake 62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 14 - May 20, 2004 Submitted photo Sussex Family YMCA representatives to the 35th Youth in Government Model Legislature weekend at Legislative Hall in Dover gather during a break in sessions. They are (back row, l-r) Brian Tinsman, Tom Reichert, Adam Beauregard. In front are Samantha Dobrich, Jessica Bell, Rosie Beauregard and Angelyn Tinsman. Not pictured is Colleen Hogan-Tins- man, advisor and recipient of Youth in Government's Adult Service to Youth Award. Local youth come answers to society's If Delaware teens were running things, motorcyclists would be re- quired to wear helmets, public buses would run on Sundays, ju- ries alone would determine the fate of convicted murderers and the harvesting of horseshoe crabs would limited. These and other bills were pre- sented, debated, voted on and signed into "law" during the 35th Youth in Government Model Leg- islature weekend at Legislative Hall in Dover on April 23, 24 and 25. Teens at YMCAs and schools from across the state began work in February to prepare mock legis- lation, to leam parliamentary pro- cedure, to nominate and elect offi- cers and to otherwise prepare themselves to assume the roles of legislators. "They did an amazing job of running this completely youth-led weekend," said Rocky Bush- weller, state director of the Youth in Government program, of the accomplishments of Youth Gover- nor Eli Turkel and his cabinet, President of the Senate Chris Lang, Western Branch YMCA; Speaker of lhe House Angelyn Tinsman, Sussex Family YMCA; Clerk of the House Jessica Down- ing, Brandywine YMCA; and Secretary of the Senate Francis Frisby, Walnut Street. The 50 high school delegates from throughout the state met in up with problems Angie Tinsman served as Speaker of the House during the Youth in Government weekend in Dover last month. the capitol's historic halls, cham- bers and governor's office to fur- ther their knowledge of the work- ings of state government. State Sen. Gary Simpson welcomed the Youth in Government representa- tives at the Friday opening of the three-day event and Gov. Ruth Ann Minner addressed the atten- dees on Saturday morning. The YMCA of Delaware spon- sors the program with the aid of advisors and volunteers. The stu- dents are recognized by their peers for strong character devel- Continued on page 65 Classic iron lampposts and a gorgeous landscape welcome you into The Villages of Five Points, the first resort community in recreational amenities, walking pattas, biking trails, and more... all just steps outside your front door. Custom home lots now available for purchase in the EastVillage starting from q50,000. Vinyl/Cedar Shake