Students help out in N.C. House

October 20, 2013 

Caroline Fry of Clayton and Rachel Fox, Graham Lowder, Sarah Newby and brothers Andrew Scott and Justin Scott, all from Raleigh, served as pages for a week while the N.C. House of Representatives was in session earlier this year.

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

Caroline, the daughter of Matthew and Martha Fry, was sponsored by Rep. N. Leo Daughtry. Rachel, the daughter of Michael and Deborah Fox, was sponsored by Rep. Thom Tillis. Both were homeschooled.

Graham is the son of Matthew and Rinnette Lowder and was a student at North Raleigh Christian Academy. He was sponsored by Tillis.

Sarah, a student at The Trilogy School, is the daughter of Paul and Macon Newby and was sponsored by Rep. Pat B. Hurley.

Andrew and Justin are the sons of Kevin and Sharon Scott and were students at Hilltop Christian School. Both were sponsored by Tillis.

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