HEAV's 2010 Day at the Capitol on Thursday, April 8, 2010.
A volunteer greets families with a beautiful smile.
Parents wait at the Library of Virginia for check-in to begin.
Families pick up their tickets.
Volunteers distribute Capitol Tour tickets...
...and answer questions.
HEAV's executive director, George Lansing,
greets families at the Library of Virginia.
HEAV lobbyist Bob Shanks reviews important legislation.
Attendees listen to delegates.
Delegate Christopher Peace addresses the group.
Yvonne Bunn thanks Delegate Peace for his support of home education.
Delegate Bob Marshall discusses the importance of limited government.
Flags in the Capitol.
Homeschoolers view original and new models of the Capitol.
Meriwether's Café provides boxed lunches.
The House entrance to the
The House of Delegates welcomes homeschoolers.
Potential lawmakers listen intently to the
"How a Bill Becomes a Law" presentation.
An assistant clerk explains the legislative process.
Parents get a history lesson along with students.
Students eagerly answer questions.
Homeschoolers vote for mock legislation.
Getting ready to vote!
George Washington's statue in the Rotunda.
One of the Capitol tours scheduled throughout the day.
Homeschoolers visit an original room of the historic Capitol.
A tour guide describes the beautifully restored Capitol.
A tour guide shares stories about Virginia's founding fathers.
The beautiful Capitol grounds.
Washington's statue from the Capitol gate.
Spring flowers welcome homeschool visitors.
We look forward to seeing you next year!