4-H Youth Serve as Honorary Pages

4-H Youth at the State House Hall of Flags stairs
4-H members from across Maine serving as Honorary Pages at the Maine State House.

Last week, the Maine Legislature hosted the University of Maine Cooperative Extension at the Hall of Flags. During this time, 4-H youth from across Maine served with the Honorary Page Program at the Statehouse.

Six 4-H teens posing in the State House
4-H Teens and Community Central Teen Leaders serving as Honorary Pages at the Maine House of Representatives.

These youth, including Community Central Teen Leaders, worked under the supervision of the Senate and House Sergeant-At-Arms and Chamber Staff to participate in the Legislative Session and interact with Legislators.

Two teen leaders standing in Senate chamber
Two Community Central Teen Leaders from Portland. Teens were given a tour of the Senate chambers and toured the Maine State Museum after session.

After serving, the Community Central Teen Leaders toured the Maine State Museum.

Thank you to all of the parents, chaperones, and Extension Faculty and Staff for making this experience possible!