Four AC Students Work with Senator Carroll for the Day

From left: Nicholas Hardin, Gracie Birch, Camden Nicholson and Hannah WhitakerCamden NicholsonNicholas Hardin

Four Anderson County students yesterday had a chance to not only learn more about our state government, but also experience it first hand.  Eighth graders Hannah Whitaker and Camden Nicholson and seventh grader Nicholas Hardin from Anderson County Middle School along with fifth grader Gracie Birch from Robert B Turner Elementary not only visited the state capitol but got to help members of the Kentucky State Senate as pages for the day.

The four served under State Senator Julian Carroll and watched the inner workings of state government.  While there, they watched discussions and passing of four bills and experience the workstation of the senator.  They were also recognized by Senator Carroll to the entire senate for being his pages for the day.

Anderson County School Board member and KSBA regional chair James Sargent setup the session with the senator.  The four students enjoyed the visit and experience of seeing state politics in action.

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