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Three Jackson County Students Receive Honorary Secretary of State Award
Three Jackson County Students Receive Honorary Secretary of State Award
Kim Sheets
Tuesday, January 21, 2020

We would like to wish Ravenswood High School student Levi French, and Ripley High School students, Garrison Phillips and Trey Jones, congratulations for receiving the Honorary Secretary of State award for their efforts to register eligible students to vote.


U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito, middle, spoke with Honorary Secretaries of State from four counties on Friday at the State Capitol.


Secretary of State Mac Warner, right, presented Ravenswood High School student Levi French, and Ripley High School students, Garrison Phillips and Trey Jones, with the Honorary Secretary of State award for their efforts to register eligible students to vote. Jackson County Clerk Cheryl Bright accompanied the students to the State Capitol, where they received the recognition.


Secretary of State Mac Warner, right, presented Ravenswood High School student Levi French with the Honorary Secretary of State award for his efforts to register eligible students to vote. Jackson County Clerk Cheryl Bright accompanied the students to the State Capitol, where they received the recognition.


Secretary of State Mac Warner, left, presented Nitro High School students Lydia Sweat and Piper Vance with the Honorary Secretary of State award on Friday for their efforts to register eligible students to vote. Jackson County Clerk Cheryl Bright accompanied French to the State Capitol, where he received the recognition.