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DJJ Community Youths Serve as Pages in the Georgia House of Representatives

February 15, 2018

Two DJJ youths who are under DJJ community supervision, Keywanna Kaigler and Camillia Thompson, visited the State Capitol on February 14 to serve as pages in the House Representatives. Kaigler and Thompson were sponsored by Representative Bob Trammell of Luthersville (District 132), the Minority Leader in the House. Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Commissioner Avery D. Niles, Associate Superintendent of Schools Jean Lee and Deputy Commissioner of Community Services Catina Martin-Fenner were also at the State Capitol to meet with the youth.

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