Submitted photo GIFTED YOUNG VOTERS: Hot Springs World Class High School gifted and talented students recently attended the Arkansas secretary of state office's Young Voter Workshop in Little Rock and were able to tour the state Capitol building. Hot Springs participants were front, from left, Rachel Snider, Kailey Mitchell, Aidan Hunter and Abigail Robertson, and back, from left, Elias Parker, Audreana Greene, Teaijah Lambert, Jonah Lawson, Sebastian Martinez and Eduardo Naranjo.

Submitted photo GIFTED YOUNG VOTERS: Hot Springs World Class High School gifted and talented students recently attended the Arkansas secretary of state office's Young Voter Workshop in Little Rock and were able to tour the state Capitol building. Hot Springs participants were front, from left, Rachel Snider, Kailey Mitchell, Aidan Hunter and Abigail Robertson, and back, from left, Elias Parker, Audreana Greene, Teaijah Lambert, Jonah Lawson, Sebastian Martinez and Eduardo Naranjo.

Students attend voting event

By Jay Bell
This article was published November 6, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Gifted and talented students from Hot Springs World Class High School recently joined students from across the state to attend an Arkansas secretary of state program about voting in the United States of America.

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