Senator David Perdue Commends Georgia Student Graduating from Senate Page School
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) today attended the Senate Page School graduation of David Brannon of Augusta, GA. Through this program, students are able to assist with the legislative process while completing rigorous coursework for a school semester.
“David is an incredibly intelligent and respectful young man,” said Senator Perdue. “I was absolutely delighted that he was able to have this experience and couldn’t be more proud of his representation of Georgia. David has the brightest future, and I look forward to staying in touch and keeping track of his progress.”
“The United State Senate Page Program is unrivaled in its ability to provide life changing opportunities to young men and women,” said David Brannon during his commencement speech.
David is the son of Brett and Kelly Brannon. He will graduate from Lakeside High School in the Spring of 2017. Brannon was honored as the valedictorian of the program. At the ceremony, he was also awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement in United States History and American Literature as well as Demonstrating Love of Country, Participation in the Community, Respect for Others, and a Willingness to Serve Others.
The U.S. Senate Page Program allows students to witness the action live on the Senate Floor. Duties include correspondence delivery, chamber preparation, and carrying amendments and bills from one location to another. To learn more about the page program click here.
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