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HARRIMAN STUDENT SERVES AS PAGE FOR A DAY IN TENNESSEE STATE SENATE

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Bryson Ellis, a seventh-grade student at Harriman Middle School, served as a page in the Tennessee State Senate on Thursday, February 14. Ellis lives in Roane County and was sponsored by State Senator Ken Yager (R-Kingston).

Page duties consist of a variety of duties, from making copies and running errands to helping to distribute legislative information to members of the General Assembly. Pages report to the Chief Clerk of the House and Senate.

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