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Posted on: March 6, 2020

EHS students join Mayor for proclamation ceremony

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EHS students join Mayor for proclamation ceremony

A number of Enterprise High School students representing various student organizations joined Mayor William E. Cooper recently to adopt proclamations celebrating the organizations’ purpose and accomplishments. The mayor declared February as Career and Technical Education Month and Feb. 10-14 as National Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Week. Also declared were special periods of celebration for the Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda, Future Farmers of America; Technology Students Association and Skills USA. The Mayor praised the students for their interest and work in specific career paths and encouraged them to always strive for excellence. Pictured with the mayor are, front row: Danielle Holley, Katie Snell, Zada Metz, Mayor Cooper, Brycen Miller, Ashlynn Wallace, Kaitlyn Price; behind, from left: Dylan Lee, Sajon Perkins, Autumn Jones, Kylie Hattery, Ethan Finney, Daniel Dicus, Tanner Showalter, Brian Schlask, Nudam Wijekularathna, Kason Angle, Nisal Wijekularathna, Daniel Bryant and Corey Callendorf. (City of Enterprise Photo – Kay Kirkland)

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