Senator Collins Welcomes Farmingdale Native to Her Augusta Office

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Washington, D.C. - U.S. Senator Susan Collins has announced that Kyrie Johnson, a Farmingdale native, has been awarded a summer internship in her Augusta office. Kyrie is 2014 Graduate of Hall-Dale High School and the daughter of Michelle Johnson and Lou Johnson of Farmingdale.

“It is always a pleasure to give Mainers an opportunity to become actively involved in the legislative process and to serve the citizens of Maine,” said Senator Collins. “Kyrie is a hard worker with an impressive record of achievement, and I am delighted to welcome her to my Augusta office.”

Kyrie is entering her senior year at Wheaton College. She is currently majoring in economics, with a minor in anthropology. Upon graduation, Kyrie intends to apply to the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program, which places young professionals in teaching and translation opportunities in cities and towns throughout Japan.