Chinese family association celebration at Lake Washington
Lt. Governor Owen was among the dignitaries present at a July 26 celebration of the Guangzhou Family Association at Gene Coulon Memorial Park in Renton. State Senator Bob Hasegawa is to the right of the lieutenant governor. (Courtesy photo).
The near one year anniversary of the Washington and Taiwan driver license agreement brought together Department of Licensing Director Pat Kohler, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office Director General Andy Chin and Lt. Governor Owen to talk about the successes of the new program, which 500 people have benefited from to date.
Nine works of art showcasing delicately cut bird feathers are on display at the Office of Lt. Governor through September. The feather art is the work of Olympia artist Chris Maynard. Pictured above is Columbia Dance made from the feathers of a macaw.
Lt. Governor Owen greets Lizzi Jackson, crowned Miss Washington 2015 on July 3, at a post-pageant reception at the Renton Pavilion Event Center. The Lacey native is a graduate of Western Washington University, plays clarinet and sings jazz, and has volunteered for statewide mentoring programs. (Photo by Evelyn Hou)
Are you – or a student in college you may know – interested in becoming a legislative intern in 2016? It’s not too early to start thinking about it, and applications
Lt. Governor Brad Owen has been re-elected to the leadership committee of the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA). NLGA is a professional association enabling policy discussion and progress at the state level.
Lt. Governor Owen will address parliamentarians and parliamentary staff from more than 25 nations during their visit to the state capital on Aug. 4. The group of about 125 will make the
Lt. Governor Owen has signed on as a co-sponsor of three policy resolutions – one on youth mentoring, another on assisting Native American youth and a third on international exports – that