About 280 people ages 14 to 16 participate each year in the Legislature's page program. The pages assist lawmakers by delivering messages to the floor of the House and Senate and carrying documents to various locations on the Capitol Campus.
Pages serve for one week. A page school allows students to keep up with schoolwork while learning about the Legislature and how its committees operate.
Kirsten Allen of Olympia was a page for Sen. Ken Jacobsen, D-Seattle. Allen is in eighth grade and is the daughter of Marcelle and Michael Allen of Olympia.
Joseph Corry of Lacey was a page for Sen. Erik Poulsen, D-West Seattle. Corry, an eighth-grader at Evergreen Christian School, is the son of Elaine and Lewis Corry.
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Bethany Jensen of Olympia was a page for Sen. Marilyn Rasmussen, D-Eatonville. Jensen, a 10th-grader at River Ridge High School, is the daughter of Nancy and Ray Jensen.
Dalina Nguyen of Lacey was a page for Rep. Tom Campbell, R-2nd District. Nugyen is a ninth-grader at North Thurston High School and is the daughter of Tram Tran of Lacey.
Aubrey Owada of Olympia was a page for Rep. Sam Hunt, D-Olympia. Owada is a 10th-grader at North Thurston High School and the daughter of Mae and Aaron Owada of Olympia.
Adrian Simons-Wilson of Olympia was a page for Rep. Sam Hunt, D-Olympia. Simons-Wilson is a ninth-grader at River Ridge High School and is the daughter of Ann Simons of Seattle and Bryan Wilson of Olympia.