Hanover Students Chosen to Serve as House Pages

Delegate Peace and Morgan Brown Ben Holder and Delegate Peace

Central VA- Delegate Christopher K. Peace (R-Mechanicsville) today welcomes Ben Holder and Morgan Brown to service as Pages in the Virginia House of Delegates during the 2010 General Assembly session.

Ben Holder,13, is a 7th grader at Oak Knoll Middle School. Ben enjoys studying language arts.

Being the oldest of three siblings, he is setting a great example as a role model with the leadership responsibilities that he is acquiring as a Page. He applies his “never give up” attitude to his leadership qualities. In his free time, Ben likes to play the electric guitar, skateboarding, and playing on his school’s soccer team.

Morgan Brown, 13, is a 7th grader at Stonewall Jackson Middle School. Morgan’s favorite class is band, in which he plays the clarinet. He is the eldest of three siblings. Morgan is a very hard worker and is dedicated to the tasks to which he is assigned. In his words “keep trying until its done.” stated Morgan.

As for being chosen to represent the 97th District, Ben and Morgan mentioned that they will miss their family and friends, but they are honored and excited to be a part of the 2010 General Assembly Session.

“The Page program will allow Ben and Morgan to mature their social and leadership skills, which they can take back to their classrooms and families.” said Delegate Peace.

Delegate Christopher K. Peace was elected to his third term representing the 97th District of the Virginia House of Delegates. The District includes parts of Hanover, Caroline, King William, King and Queen, Henrico, Spotsylvania Counties and all of New Kent County.