Rep. Liz Pike hosts teens from Vancouver, Battle Ground for House page program

Rep. Liz Pike, R-Camas, recently sponsored two teenagers from Southwest Washington to serve as pages in the Washington House of Representatives.

Dylan Bartos is a 15-year-old from Vancouver who attends iTech Preparatory School.Legislative pages Dylan Bartos and Greta DuBois with Rep. Liz Pike He is the son of Patrick and Meridith Bartos of Vancouver.

Greta DuBois attends the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics. She is the daughter of Peter DuBois and Ingrid Dankmeyer of Battle Ground.

During the legislative session, young people from throughout the state are chosen to serve for one week in the Page Program. Page duties are varied. They range from ceremonial tasks, such as presenting the flags, to operational chores like distributing amendments during legislative sessions. Each job is vital to the efficient operation of the Legislature.

To serve as a page for the House of Representatives, a student must have permission from a parent or guardian and from school, be sponsored by a member of the House of Representatives, and be at least 14 years of age and have not have reached his or her 17th birthday.

For more information about the House Page Program, go to:


Washington State House Republican Communications