Paging Sequim Students

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Since 1891, young people from across the state have traveled to Olympia to serve for a week as pages for the Washington State House of Representatives. This winter and spring, four Sequim students have taken on those duties.

Jacob Lewis, a sophomore at Sequim High School, was a page in Olympia from Feb. 11-15. He is the son of Deborah Lewis and Brian Lewis.
Jack Drennen, son of Jeremy and Amanda Drennen, was a page March 11-15. He is an eighth-grader at Sequim Middle School.
Josh Gonzalez served the week of March 25-29. An eighth-grader at Sequim Middle School, he is the son of Mario and Grejtel Gonzales.
SHS freshman Anthony Creasey served April 1-5. He is the son of Carol and Stanton Creasey.
Page duties range from ceremonial tasks, such as presenting the flags, to operational chores, including distributing amendments during legislative sessions.
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