OKLAHOMA CITY – Cam Griffin, a senior at Hennessey High School, paged in the office of Rep. Mike Dobrinski, R-Okeene, during the week of Feb. 12.

House pages run messages to legislators while they are in the chamber, and they help in their Capitol offices. Pages also participate in a mock session, in which they learn legislative procedure and how to write legislation.

“Cam did an amazing job as a page,” Dobrinski said. “He asked fantastic questions. He got involved in learning about the legislative process. He was engaging and a quick study. It was an honor to have him serve in this capacity. I know he’ll do well in his future.”

Cam is the son of Patrick and Jan Griffin of Hennessey. He plans to attend Oklahoma State University to get his masters in mass communication. He plays football and baseball all while singing in his school’s choir and acting in drama class. Cam was named to the Oklahoma All-Area Football Team by leading his team in tackles as a defensive linemen.

He also was named to the Oklahoman Little City Football Team and was named an outstanding soloist. His community projects include working for the Mercy House homeless shelter, Friends of the Library and at his church, First Baptist of Hennessey. He said one of his lifetime goals is to be able to provide for his family.