Sunday, June 26, 2011

Kids at the Senate


A group of kids from Booth Free School in Roxbury, Connecticut, visited the State Capitol on Thursday while I was there.  These shots are taken in the Senate chambers.  Roxbury is a very small town in western Connecticut.  I was impressed at how well behaved and attentive the kids were. 

14 comments:

Birdman said...

Then there is hope!

Mo said...

Love the rainbow t-shirts

Malyss said...

It must be an impreesive place for them.. Great idea to give them the same colorful t-shirts! A good way not to lose anyone!

cieldequimper said...

Colour and youth. Optimism...

Kate said...

Those well-behaved youngsters are a tribute to their teachers who obviously well-prepared and trained them for this field trip. The stained glass windows caught my eye! Is that carpeting on the floor of the chambers...classy!

Regina K said...

Their colorful tie-dye t-shirts stand out in the formal chamber.

Randy said...

Great shirts. Can't lose one with those on. Nice shots.

Leif Hagen said...

Nice shot inside the Senate chambers! Was it tie-dye day at the capitol?

VP said...

Great building, nice to see it open to the kids!

Sharon said...

What a good day for the school kids. Lot's to see and learn!

RedPat said...

Those t-shirts are giving me flashbacks!
The old Packard had a parking permit in the window so it must be someone's summer ride.

Lynette said...

Let's hope that somehow the future for these students approaches the brightness of their T-shirts.

Farmchick said...

LOL! I love Birdman's comment!

EG Wow said...

Sounds like they wanted to be there. :)