Photos: Dayton gets high-five from visiting Willmar students
May 8, 2013 — 3:08pm
The Capitol is filled with visiting school groups this time of year from all across the state. Governor Mark Dayton stopped by to visit with some middle schoolers from Willmar posing for photos with the kids and high-fives all around.
This group from Willmar Middle School gathered on the steps to listen to their Representative Mary Sawatzky who is also a teacher at the school.
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