State Representative Jeremy Faison Hosts Young Constituents As Pages For The Tennessee General Assembly

Representative Faison encourages civic involvement through the state legislature’s Page Program

Representative Jeremy Faison, District 11, Colby and Ryan Frazier

Representative Jeremy Faison, District 11, Colby and Ryan Frazier

State Representative Jeremy Faison (R-Cosby) hosted Colby and Ryan Frazier, from Centerview, to visit with him, learn about the General Assembly, and serve as official pages for the Tennessee House of Representatives.

The General Assembly’s Page Program is an opportunity for young students to be actively involved in the legislative body of Tennessee. During the student’s day at the Capitol, they have the opportunity to meet state legislators, learn about the legislative process, and participate in that process by assisting legislators on the House and Senate Floors.

“I was honored to have Colby and Ryan visit the Capitol,” said Representative Faison. “The Page Program is a wonderful way for students to engage in the legislative process and I encourage any and all students to participate in this special opportunity. To learn more about the program or to make plans for a visit, please always feel free to reach out to my office.”

Jeremy Faison serves as the Chairman of the House Government Operations Committee. He is also a member of the House Calendar & Rules Committee, the House Health Committee, and the House Health Subcommittee. He lives in Cosby and represents House District 11, which encompasses Cocke County and parts of Jefferson and Greene counties. He can be reached by email at Rep.Jeremy.Faison@capitol.tn.gov or by calling (615) 741-6871.

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