FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
November 30, 2023
Representative Smith Visits Stanfield Elementary’s 3rd Grade Class
STANFIELD, Ore. – Today, Representative Greg Smith (R-Heppner) visited Stanfield Elementary’s 3rd grade class. He gave a presentation of “how a bill becomes a law” to both Ms. Evans’ and Ms. Atkins’ classes (see attached photos). The interactive exercise was based on establishing an official flavor of ice cream for the State of Oregon.
“Being a part of educating our youth is an immense privilege,” said Rep. Smith “I was honored to give a fun and interactive lesson on the legislative process and how the State of Oregon operates”.
Representative Smith has promised both classes that he will propose legislation establishing an official dessert for the State of Oregon. The classes will be deciding on what should be proposed. If the legislation is able to get a hearing, a student will be chosen to testify virtually, directly from their classroom.
Representative Greg Smith is currently serving his twelfth term as a State Representative, making him the longest serving member in the Oregon Legislature, as well as the 4th longest serving State Representative in Oregon History. He holds a gavel as the Co-Chair of the Joint Ways and Means Subcommittee on General Government. Representative Smith also serves as the Co-Vice Chair of the full Joint Ways and Means Committee. Additionally, he is the ranking member on the House Revenue Committee. To reach out, please visit Rep Smith’s Facebook Page or send him an email at email@example.com
Representative Greg Smith