Rep. Shelley Kloba with House page Tyler Vuu on Feb. 6. Courtesy photo

Rep. Shelley Kloba with House page Tyler Vuu on Feb. 6. Courtesy photo

Inglemoor’s Vuu serves as page in State House

Pages’ responsibilities range from presenting the flags to distributing amendments on the House floor.

  • Tuesday, February 19, 2019 8:30am
  • Life

Tyler Vuu, a student at Inglemoor High School, recently served as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives.

Sponsored by Rep. Shelley Kloba (D-Kirkland), Vuu is the son of Hong Lim and Loc Vuu of Bothell.

According to a press release, pages assume a wide variety of responsibilities, from presenting the flags to distributing amendments on the House floor. Pages support the operation of the Legislature while also receiving daily civics instruction, drafting their own bills and participating in mock committee hearings.

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