RALEIGH – Noel Turlington, a student at Woodberry Forest School, recently served as a Page for the North Carolina House of Representatives. He is the son of Thomas and Margaret Turlington of Clinton and was sponsored by Representative Leo Daughtry, R-Johnston.
Turlington was appointed and introduced to the members of the House during session on Monday night.
Savannah Morgan Sasser, a student at Midway High School, also served as a Page for the North Carolina House of Representatives. She is the daughter of David and Robin Sasser and was sponsored by Speaker of the House Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, on behalf of Representative David Lewis, R-Harnett.
Sasser was appointed and introduced to the members of the House during session.
The North Carolina House Page Program offers a unique and firsthand experience to students from across the state. Each year, the program provides a captivating insight into government by connecting students with elected leaders of North Carolina. Pages are given the opportunity to observe North Carolina lawmakers, lobbyists, staff, and constituents working together in the legislative process. The Pages witness and learn how a bill becomes a law, the structure of state government, and the legislative process. House Pages attend session and committee meetings each day. House Pages are also given the opportunity to provide office assistance to members and staff of the House of Representatives.