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Students Serve as Legislative pages During 2020 Kentucky General Assembly
Mt. Washington Middle School eighth grader Kelley Atcher served as State Rep. Russell Webber's Legislative Page in Frankfort. Kelly sat at the desk of State Re. James Tipton. Legislative Page Kelly Atcher at the desk of Senate President Robert Stivers in Frankfort. Legislative Page Kelly Atcher at the desk of House Speaker David W. Osborne. Legislative Page Kelly Atcher and Mt. Washington Middle School Youth Service Center Coordinator Megan Hatter. Legislative Page Kelly Atcher at the entrance to Gov. Andy Beshear's office in Frankfort. Legislative Page Kelly Atcher at the Kentucky State Capitol. A sign in the Kentucky House of Representatives Chamber welcoming the Legislative Pages. North Bullitt student and Legislative Page Krista Jarrell at the desk of House Speaker David W. Osborne. North Bullitt student and Legislative Page Krista Jarrell in Frankfort. North Bullitt student and Legislative Page Krista Jarrell in Frankfort. North Bullitt High School student and Legislative Page Krista Jarrell with State Rep. Russell Webber. North Bullitt student and Legislative Page Krista Jarrell with her parents in Frankfort. Seven 5th graders from the Gifted and Talented department were chosen to serve as legislative pages on February 25 for Thomas Huff. Group photo from left to right: Evan Clan of Old Mill,
Emily Ross, Sophia Tobbe and Summer Nation of Crossroads, Thomas Huff, Harper Newton of Old Mill and Jayla Smith and Sophia Raymer of Lebanon Junction.
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