State Rep. Andrea Schroeder of Independence Township welcomed Aaron Wright to the state Capitol Wednesday. The 2011 Clarkston High School graduate job-shadowed her during the day after expressing interest in learning more about the legislative process.
Aaron attended meetings in the lawmaker’s office, took a tour of the Capitol in the morning and sat with Rep. Schroeder on the House floor while legislators conducted business.
Growing up in the Clarkston area, Aaron graduated from Central Michigan University in 2015 and will be working at Camp Miniwanca, run by the American Youth Foundation.
“It is great to see young people like Aaron interested in state government and wanting to learn more about the legislative process,” Rep. Schroeder said. “I look forward to seeing all of the great things he will accomplish and the positive impact he will have on our community.”
State Rep. Andrea Schroeder was joined by Clarkston native Aaron Wright on the House floor at the state Capitol Wednesday.
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