2015 Day at the capitol
Every two years Wisconsin Family Council presents their very popular "Day at the Capitol." This is a day devoted to connecting you with your state government. They had key legislators and others speak and answer questions about legislative priorities this session. In addition, there was a couple of options where you could learn more about the heritage of our state capitol and participate in an exclusive question and answer time with WFC president Julaine Appling. A very important part of the day was connecting directly with elected officials, up close and personal. In 2015, WFC's Day at the Capitol took place on Thursday, March 19, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and included a lunch at the Inn on the Park. CLICK HERE FOR A PHOTO ALBUM OF PICTURES MADE AVAILABLE BY WISCONSIN FAMILY COUNCIL.
Day at the Capitol - February 11, 2014
WACS hosted a Day at the Capitol on Tuesday, February 11, 2014. This year four schools brought 50 students down to join Julaine Appling from the Wisconsin Family Council for the day. We had presentations by Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Gableman, Lieutenent Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, state senators and assembly members, as well as legislative aides. It was a great day learning about the legislative process and seeing the workings of our State Capitol.
Thanks to our schools for some of the great comments on the day!
“I appreciate the opportunity for students to see Wisconsin government in action. It is worth the day when a student comes back interested in getting involved because of their attendance at the WACS Day at the Capitol.” - Teacher
“It was interesting to see the assembly in action as they debated a real bill.” – Student
“I enjoyed learning about the architecture and art in the Capitol Building.” – Student
“I didn’t realize there were so many Christians involved in our state government” – Teacher
Day at the Capitol - February 12, 2013
WACS hosted a Day at the Capitol on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. This year six schools brought 80 students down to join Marv Munyon, our WACS legislative representative for the day. We had presentations by Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Prosser, state senators and assembly members, as well as legislative aides. It was a great day learning about the legislative process and seeing the workings of our State Capitol.