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Jericho Smith spending week in Washington, DC

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Jericho Smith, grandson of Charles and Eulah Helm of Columbia, KY, is spending a week touring Washington, DC. He was fortunate enough to secure a visit to Capital Hill. Congressman Ed Whitfield's Staff Assistant Robert Hankins met Jericho on the corner of 1st Street and Independence Avenue prior to escorting him to Capital Hill for a tour of the House and Senate Chambers. Jericho spent two days at Gettysburg, PA prior to four days in Washington DC. -Marian Smith

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Jericho Smith with his Dad in Washington, DC

2011-06-18 - U.S. Capitol Building, Washington, DC. - Photo by Marian Smith.
Jericho Smith and his Father Dr. Jay Smith, at the Capital Building ready to tour the House Chamber. The hall behind them is the hall the President walks down prior to giving the State of Union Addresses.

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Jericho Smith with Robert Hankins of Rep. Whitfield office

2011-06-18 - U.S. Capitol Visitors Center, Washington, DC. - Photo by Marian Smith.
Jericho Smith with Staff Assistant, Robert Hankins of Congressman Ed Whitfields Office.

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