Local student essay contest winner

Case Hall, 12-year-old Eastern Greenbrier Middle School student, shown with his parents Cheri and Chris Hall, together with Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester (left), at City Hall, upon receiving a plaque to commemorate his award-winning essay titled “If I Were Mayor.” Case is one of three contest winners in the state this year. “This is the first time a Lewisburg student has been so honored in this annual essay contest promoted by the West Virginia Municipal League,” said Manchester. “Putting on paper the idea of what you would do as mayor is the challenge proposed by the essay contest, established to inspire a new generation to learn about good government.” (Peggy Mackenzie photo)
Case Hall, 12-year-old Eastern Greenbrier Middle School student, shown with his parents Cheri and Chris Hall, together with Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester (left), at City Hall, upon receiving a plaque to commemorate his award-winning essay titled “If I Were Mayor.” Case is one of three contest winners in the state this year. “This is the first time a Lewisburg student has been so honored in this annual essay contest promoted by the West Virginia Municipal League,” said Manchester. “Putting on paper the idea of what you would do as mayor is the challenge proposed by the essay contest, established to inspire a new generation to learn about good government.” (Peggy Mackenzie photo)

 

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