Get your civics on with the honorary page program in the Oregon State House

This just in from State Representative Carolyn Tomei (from her newsletter):

HONORARY PAGE PROGRAM

Every session, young people learn about the legislative process through the Honorary Page program. It’s a day-long program that gives students a firsthand experience in the Capitol building. They tour the Capitol, assist the Sergeant-at-Arms during floor sessions, and help legislators in their offices. If you know middle or high school students interested in participating, please let me know (rep.carolyntomei@state.or.us). Brian McKinley (brian.mckinley@state.or.us), in the Chief Clerk’s Office will help coordinate a date. I’d love to see students from my district participate in this great experience.

Don’t know who your representative is? I’m glad you asked! Find your legislator here.

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