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Quick represents Wyandotte at the Oklahoma House of Representatives

posted Feb 24, 2015, 10:39 AM by Cameron Royster   [ updated Apr 2, 2015, 12:19 PM ]
Wyandotte High School senior Samuel Quick represented Wyandotte and House District 7 Representative Ben Loring as a Legislative Page last week.  Sam was selected as the Governor at the beginning of the week long session and the Outstanding Page of the Week at the end of the session.  Both selections were made by the group of Pages from among their own ranks.  Pages are selected by Representatives from across the state and assist in and learn the legislative process.  Pages also hold their own mock legislative session, which was held on Tuesday, February 17.   As session Governor, Sam gave his "State of the State address".  Pages, State representatives, and family were all present.

Sam is the son of Jeremy Quick and grandson of Sam and Janice Quick. At Wyandotte High School, Sam has won All Conference honors in football, served as both Vice President and President of the National Honor Society, serves on the Student Council, is an officer with F. F. A., is a member of the Gifted and Talented program, attended the Oklahoma School of Science and Math, and is a member of S. M. A. C. (Students Making a Change). Sam also attended Oklahoma Boys State at NEO A&M this past summer. Loring said, "I was immensely pleased to get to know this outstanding young man who has tremendous talent and integrity." Sam plans on attending the University of Oklahoma next year where he will major in pre-law.