Teens assist in N.C. House

October 6, 2013 

Katelin Kukura of Holly Springs and Antoinette Dyer, Kiara Rhodes, Aidan Sullivan and Allen Widdifield of Raleigh recently served as pages for a week in the N.C. House of Representatives.

Pages deliver bills and other documents for lawmakers and help with clerical work and errands around the legislature.

Katelin, the daughter of John and Kelli Kukura, attended Holly Springs High School and was sponsored by Rep. Paul Stam.

Antoinette, a student at Word of God Christian Academy and the daughter of Lawson and Jane Brice-Dyer, was sponsored by Rep. Rosa U. Gill.

Kiara is the daughter of James and Madeline Rhodes and was a student at Wake Christian Academy. She was sponsored by Rep. Edgar V. Starnes.

Aidan attended Leesville Road High School and is the son of Michael and Sharon Sullivan. Allen, the son of Scott and Sara Widdifield, attended Wakefield High School. Both were sponsored by Rep. Thom Tillis.

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