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- Under the direction of Linda Owen, the Lt. Governor's Art Council features the works of Washington artists in our office lobby. Now displaying are selected works and winner from the Voters' Pamphlet Kids' Art Contest. Above is the winning artwork, by fourth-grader Emily from Burien.
Austrian-Americans honor accident victim
Lt. Governor Owen signs a memorial book for Claudia Derschmidt, the Austrian student at North Seattle College who died in the Sept. 24 bus-Duck boat accident on the Aurora Bridge, at the Austrian-American Day celebration in Seattle on Sept. 27.
Miss Seafair pays a visit
Miss Seafair 2015 Nella Kwan stopped by the office of Lt. Governor Owen on Sept. 28, where the lieutenant governor gave her a first-hand lesson on the legislative process followed by a personal tour of the Capitol. Miss Kwan is an undergraduate at the University of Washington and a graduate of Garfield High School.
Austrian-American Day celebration in Seattle
Austrian-American Day was celebrated in Seattle by members of the Austrian-American Council and Lt. Governor Owen on Sept. 27. During the event, Honorary Consul Eva Kammel took a moment of silence to remember Claudia Derschmidt, an international student at North Seattle College from Austria who was killed in the Aurora Avenue bridge accident on Sept. 24.
September 24, 2015
Lt. Governor Owen is encouraging Washington residents to take part in the National Prescription Drug Take-Back day this Saturday (Sept. 26). Communities across Washington are participating in the federal program by offering
September 21, 2015
Lt. Governor Owen will meet with Wang Dongming, secretary of the Communist Party for the Sichuan Province of China at a luncheon today in Seattle. Wang, along with several other officials from
September 16, 2015
A keynote speech Lt. Governor Owen delivered before several hundred in Kennewick on Sept. 11 to commemorate the 14th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade CenterSeptember 16, 2015
Lt. Governor Brad Owen has been named to two national policy committees for the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA). NLGA is a professional association providing research and professional support to the officeholders
Lt. Governor Owen was the keynote speaker at a solemn ceremony at the 9/11 Memorial in Kennewick the evening of Sept. 11. The event, attended by around 500, marked 14 years since the Al Qaeda attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon that killed nearly 3,000 people on American soil.
Bobby Brett, managing partner of the Spokane Indians baseball team and the Spokane Chiefs hockey team, presents before the Legislative Committee on Economic Development and International Relations at its Sept. 2 meeting in Spokane.
Lt. Governor Owen congratulates Northwest basketball icon Jim Marsh after receiving a check before the Aug. 24 Seattle Ms game from Kim Vu with Bank of America. The donation was toward the Hoops for Hope: The Jim Marsh Classic basketball tournament in Seattle on Aug. 29 and 30. (Photo courtesy Seattle Mariners and VanHouten Photography).
Nearly 150 international parliamentarians and staff from across the globe joined Lt. Governor Owen for lunch in the state Capitol on Aug. 4. His address welcomed the international visitors to Washington as they attend the National Conference of State Legislatures 2015 Legislative Summit that week in Seattle.September 10, 2015
The Sept. 2 session of the Legislative Committee on Economic Development and International Relations can now be viewed via TVW’s web site (and below). The meeting in Spokane focused on the economic