LCC hosts special visitors


From left: West Virginia State Senator Art Kirkendoll, Matt Ellis of AirEvac and Logan County Commissioners Danny Ellis, Danny Godby and Willie Akers.


Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

Lisa Teeters and Cathy Adkins, of the Logan County Board of Education, were present for the Sept. 8 meeting of the Logan County Commission where a declaration was made committing Logan County to the statewide, “Every Student Every Day,” attendance initiative where children are encouraged to present for every day of learning.


Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

At the Sept. 8 meeting of the Logan County Commission, AirEvac provided the commission with an update on the ongoing program where residents of Logan County have been enrolled in the company’s program providing them with free or low cost medical evacuations.

From left: West Virginia State Senator Art Kirkendoll, Matt Ellis of AirEvac and Logan County Commissioners Danny Ellis, Danny Godby and Willie Akers.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_0407-CMYK.jpgFrom left: West Virginia State Senator Art Kirkendoll, Matt Ellis of AirEvac and Logan County Commissioners Danny Ellis, Danny Godby and Willie Akers. Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

Lisa Teeters and Cathy Adkins, of the Logan County Board of Education, were present for the Sept. 8 meeting of the Logan County Commission where a declaration was made committing Logan County to the statewide, “Every Student Every Day,” attendance initiative where children are encouraged to present for every day of learning.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_0409-CMYK.jpgLisa Teeters and Cathy Adkins, of the Logan County Board of Education, were present for the Sept. 8 meeting of the Logan County Commission where a declaration was made committing Logan County to the statewide, “Every Student Every Day,” attendance initiative where children are encouraged to present for every day of learning. Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner
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