Guthrie High School junior serves as Senate page

Sen. Chuck Hall, R-Perry, joins Guthrie High School junior, Hailey Drake, who served as a page for the Senate during the eighth week of the legislative session from March 28-31.

Guthrie High School junior Hailey Drake has completed a week of service as a page for Sen. Chuck Hall, R-Perry. Drake served at the Capitol during the eighth week of session from March 28-31.

Pages serve vital functions during the busy legislative session, attending Senate committee meetings and daily sessions of the full Senate. The group toured the Oklahoma History Center, the newly renovated state Capitol, and met with Gov. Kevin Stitt and Senate Pro Tempore Greg Treat. The pages also participated in a mock legislative committee meeting along with a floor session, called Pageville, where they got first-hand experience presenting and debating current bills from this legislative session.

Drake is active in FFA, National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Link Crew. She is also a football and tennis trainer. Drake actively volunteers throughout her community through her FFA and NHS chapters. After high school she would like to attend a junior college before attending a four-year college, and hopes to pursue a career as either a veterinarian, ag teacher, or flight attendant.

She is the daughter of Guthrie residents Clay and Tara Drake.


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