A group of local teens recently embarked on a trip to the nation’s capital.
The young people are a part of Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office Cops and Kids program.
They flew to Washington D.C. on the early morning of Tuesday, June 27, and returned home the next night–but not before touring the United State’s Capitol, and visiting the Smithsonian National Museum African American History and Culture, the Washington Monument, The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, the Library of Congress, and the United States Supreme Court.
Previously, children enrolled in the program have gone on trips to SeaWord, the Kennedy Space Center and a number of youth summits.
Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office officials said the trips would not be possible without its generous sponsors and supporters.
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