Local students serve as Statehouse pages

Daily Reporter Staff Reports

INDIANAPOLIS — The following students recently served as a page during the 2015 session of the Indiana General Assembly.

Pages are able to see how the state legislature works firsthand in a behind-the-scenes tour. They also get the chance to work alongside legislators, legislative assistants and interns.

On session days, pages experience how a bill becomes a law as they watch legislators debate issues. Students also have the chance to tour the statehouse, see where the governor works and observe floor sessions of the House, Senate and Supreme Court chambers.

Those who served as a page for Rep. Bob Cherry, R-Greenfield, included the following: Eastern Hancock students Juliann Apple and Chadsey Matlock; Greenfield-Central high school students Danielle Rennier, Emily Jones and Maggie Bova.

Those who served as a page for Sen. Mike Crider, R-Greenfield, included the following: Greenfield-Central High School students Julie Harding, Allison Langhans, Emma Vowell, Heather Hummel, Jacob Mitchell, Alyssa Cobb, Katherine Keller, Jaleesa Poindexter, Lindsay Yeager, Jackson Sample, Katie Aikman, McKayla Mohr, Joseph Ratliff; Greenfield Central Junior High School students Conner Kinnaman and Madison Sample; Mt. Vernon High School students Maike Guenther, Arisa Shiroma, Brianna Douglas and Erin Dunn; Mt. Vernon Middle School students Emma Moore and Gabriella Clark; Eastern Hancock High School students Shelby Wright and Leah Jacobs; New Palestine High School students Caitlin Flowers, Bailey Kamp and Abby Poole; Mt. Vernon 8th Grade Academy students Emme Longman and Madalyn Mull; Mt. Comfort Elementary student Caden Wildey; New Palestine Elementary School student Erica Long; Doe Creek Middle School student Megan Long; and Project Libertas student Ian Gulyas.