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November 18, 2013 

Apex teens help out in N.C. House

James German and Kiana Swepson of Apex recently served as pages for a week in the N.C. House of Representatives. Pages deliver bills and other documents for lawmakers and help with clerical work and errands around the legislature.

James, a student at Grace Christian Academy and the son of Dirk and Beth German, was sponsored by Rep. Paul Stam.

Kiana, a student at Broughton High School in Raleigh and the daughter of Jason and Tanya Swepson, was sponsored by Rep. Duane Hall.

Cary resident earns Blue Heron Award

Mick Bodino of Cary received the first Blue Heron Award of the Ashley Woods Homeowner’s Association. The group gave the award to recognize Bodino’s community service in the Ashley Woods neighborhood.

N.C. Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War earn national award

The N.C. Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, based in Cary, received the Albert Woolson Award for most outstanding Civil War Sesquicentennial Event of 2012-13 at the SUVCW National Encampment in October in Wisconsin. The N.C. SUVCW’s event was the Bentonville Battlefield Union Monument Dedication in March.

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