Students serve as pages at mississippi Senate

Pictured (l-r) are Senator Alice Harden; pages Teara Williams, Kylah Magee, and Michiel Beasley; and Lt. Governor Phil Bryant. Williams is the daughter of Willie and Alfredia Williams. Magee is the daughter of Stephanie Magee and Wayne Brown. Both Williams and Magee attend Wingfield High School. Beasley is the son of Latasha Beasley and attends Forest Hill. When asked about the week, they said, “Our experience as junior pages will be one we will not soon forget. We truly enjoyed learning about our state government.”

 

Fredrick Wilson is the son of Sandra and Fredrick Wilson, Jr., and attends Jim Hill High School. When asked about the week, Wilson said, “I enjoyed paging for the Senate, and I want to thank the Lt. Governor for the opportunity.”

Wilton Jackson is the son of Jacqueline V. and Wilton Jackson and attends Jim Hill High School. When asked about the week, Jackson said, “My experience in the Capitol was wonderful. I am very proud to have served as a junior page.”

Joshua Pridgen is the son of Catherine Pridgen and attends Jim Hill High School. When asked about the week, Pridgen said, “I really enjoyed watching the senators debate, and pass bills during session.”

Fredrick Wilson of Raymond and Joshua Pridgen, Wilton Jackson, Teara Williams, Kylah Magee and Michiel Beasley of Jackson recently served as pages for the Mississippi Senate.  Pages generally run errands for officials and Senate staff.  Pridgen’s Wilson’s, and Jackson’s visit was sponsored by Lt. Governor Phil Bryant. Williams’s, Magee’s and Beasley’s visit was sponsored by Lt. Governor Phil Bryant and Senator Alice Harden.