Students from the Jobs for Maine’s Graduates program at Lawrence High School in Fairfield visited the State House in Augusta on May 16 at the invitation of their state Sen. Scott Cyrway, R-Benton.

During their visit, the students observed the Senate session and toured the State House, according to a news release from the Senate Republican Office. The students included Katherine Wood, Keristin Grant, Hunter Loder, Keisha Peace, Fernando Cuares, Seldon Thompson and Nicholas Richardson.

“I’m glad these students were able to join us for a day in Augusta to see how the process works and learn more about our state government,” said Cyrway, according to the release. “I enjoyed meeting with them and hope they enjoyed their time here.”

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