Delegation from Cambodia visits state officials
Lt. Gov. Brad Owen and Senators Don Benton and Doug Ericksen visit with Cambodian Ambassador Chum Bun Rong, Lieutenant General Hun Manet, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ouch Borith and accompanying delegation in the State Reception room on April 12 (Washington Legislature photo).
Tulip Festival Ambassadors
Lt. Governor Owen is presented with a poster of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival by 2016 Tulip Ambassadors Paige Whited, left, and Jack Rinker.
Greeting Cambodian delegation
Lt. Gov. Owen shares information about Washington state with a delegation from Cambodia in his office on April 12. He was joined by Senators Don Benton and Doug Ericksen and, later, by Sen. Karen Fraser. The primary topic was establishing closer trade ties. (Washington Legislature photo).
A special musical performance featuring Lt. Governor Brad Owen on sax, guitar and vocals; State Reps Luis Moscoso and Vincent Buys (both vocals); and (not pictured) Brent Pendleton on keyboard in the rotunda of the Capitol on March 7. Click on the title to watch.
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