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MCES third grader a Page at state capitol

Tucker Wilson, a Metcalfe County Elementary School third grader, was a Page in the Kentucky House of Representatives last week as the legislative body of Kentucky's government met.

While his proud grandmother, Representative Amy Neighbors, was serving in the House, he had the job of serving her and her peers as a young Page.

The Daily Pages are between the ages of 10 to 18, so Tucker was an early Page at the age of 8. Although Daily Pages generally have one House sponsor, they perform a valuable service for all representatives and staff by delivering messages, running errands, copying material, and delivering bills.

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Tucker Wilson serves as Page for Legislators

2024-03-10 - Frankfort, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Metcalfe County Elementary School third grader Tucker Wilson, 8, was a Daily Page in the Kentucky House of Representatives last Monday while his grandmother, Representative Amy Neighbors, was serving. Tucker is pictured in the Capitol Rotunda with his Aunt Hannah Goff, at left, and his grandparents, Jason and Amy Neighbors. He's the son of Thomas and Alyssa Wilson of Edmonton.

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