Students serve as pages in N.C. Senate

September 22, 2013 

Anjan Sapasetty of Cary and Allison Marie Clark, Catherine Grace Jarema, Jelisa Monique Murray and Grace Thayer Replogle of Raleigh recently served as pages in the N.C. Senate.

Pages serve for one week, attending Senate sessions and committee meetings and assisting staff members with clerical duties.

Anjan, the son of Ram Sapasetty and Meera Kanchi, was sponsored by Sen. Brent Jackson. Anjan was a student at Cary Academy.

Allison, a student at St. David’s School in Raleigh and the daughter of Stephen and Beth Clark, was sponsored by Sen. Phil Berger.

Catherine, the daughter of Jeffrey and Lisa Jarema, was sponsored by Sen. Neal Hunt and attended Sanderson High School in Raleigh.

Jelisa, a student at Enloe High School in Raleigh and the daughter of Lawrence and Tanisha Murray, was sponsored by Sen. Daniel Blue.

Grace, the daughter of John and Kristin Replogle, was sponsored by Sen. Josh Stein. She attended St. Mary’s School in Raleigh.

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