Sep 18 2013
U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers (KY-05) welcomes Lincoln County native, Nick Camic to his Washington, DC office staff to serve as a Staff Assistant.
"It's great to have another southern Kentuckian in my office on Capitol Hill who inherently knows the issues we face and has a passion to help his home region," said Rogers. "Nick is an impressive individual who grew up on a registered Angus beef cattle farm near Stanford, earned the rank of Eagle Scout, and graduated from the University of Kentucky. He's a true blue native of the region who is eager to help families and businesses across the Fifth Congressional District."
Nick Camic graduated from the University of Kentucky in May with Bachelor's degrees in History and English. He served as President of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity and worked diligently with the Student Government Association and various organizations on campus.
"To be granted the opportunity to serve our region is truly an honor," said Camic. "I love Kentucky dearly and I thoroughly enjoy learning from Congressman Rogers, who tirelessly works for innovative opportunities to improve southern and eastern Kentucky. I look forward to meeting the countless visitors from home when they make a trip to the DC office."
Nick Camic is the son of Michael and Leslie Camic of Lincoln County. His grandfather is Roy Camic and his sister is Caitlin.