Fifth grade students at Margaret Mace School dressed up as past U.S. Presidents Wednesday, Feb.13 and toured historic Congress Hall. They will also met “President and Mrs. Benjamin Harrison,” of the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC), who stopped by to give the students a tour and quick history lesson. The students will learn that while serving as President of the United States, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Ulysses S. Grant along with Benjamin Harrison all vacationed at Congress Hall. This year marks 120 years since Harrison, the 23rd president, completed his term, during which he hailed Congress Hall as his “Summer White House” making it the center of presidential politics during the summertime. The local students took turns, while dressed in presidential costumes, to present to their parents and teachers what they learned from their historical research.