Students from the Rose E. Schneider YMCA Youth and Government club returned from Harrisburg on Sunday, April 22nd. They were taking their yearly trip there for a Model convention with other students from delegations across the state. For one weekend, the capitol building is the home to hundreds of students who set up their own government there. There is a House and a Senate where bills are debated and passed, a Supreme Court and a Chief Justice that hear cases from attorneys, lobbyists that represent special interests, press that reports on the daily happenings in their newspaper, and a Youth Governor and administration to sign bills into law. The entire program is a way to expose high school students to government and get them involved at a young age. The convention is a wonderful chance to meet new people and debate issues that many people never consider.