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Seabaugh hosts Page Day

State Sen. Mitch Seabaugh (R- Sharpsburg) hosted his annual Page Day at the Capitol on Feb. 10.

Students sixth grade and above from local schools in his district served as pages in the Senate Chamber, delivering messages to the senators on the floor. “Every year I look forward to welcoming students in my district to assist in the Senate Chamber for the legislative session,” said Seabaugh. “Being a page at the Capitol is an excellent opportunity to experience the legislative process first-hand and it is a chance for students to experience Georgia politics at work.” Photo/Special.

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