THREE MILE CURVE, W.Va. — Three new members where sworn-in to the Logan County Board of Education June 23.
Paul Hardesty, Ed White and Jeremy Farley were the top vote getters in the crowded field for the May 10 primary in Logan County.
Ed White was sworn in by his mother, and Jeremy Farely and Paul Hardesty elected to be sworn in together on a bible held by Farely’s mother.
Logan County Clerk John Turner administered the oath of office to Hardesty and Farely.
The three new members replaced Chad Preston, Don Elkins and Phyllis Adkins.
Chad Preston had been tapped to fill the remainder of former board member Mark McGrew’s term.
Don Elkins was more recently appointed to fill out the remainder of the late President of the Logan County Board of Education, Jim Frye.
Phyllis Adkins retired from the board after serving in various capacities for 20 years. In retiring from the board, Adkins ended a 68 year career in Logan County education.
The Logan County Board of Education now consists of president Dr. Pat Joe White and members Debbie Mendez, Jeremy Farely, Ed White and Paul Hardesty.
Owen Wells is a reporter for Civitas Media. He can be reached at 304-752-6950 or by email at [email protected]