MHS presented Jennings Randolph Award


West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, pictured middle, presented the Jennings Randolph Award to Man High School on Tuesday, September 20, during an assembly with more than 80 students, teachers and administrators. This prestigious award, named after West Virginia’s former U.S. Senator, is given only to select high schools where 100 percent of voting eligible students gets registered to vote. This effort is led by students in each school, and aided by Inspire WV, which trains student leaders to get others registered to vote. During September, which is National Voter Registration Month, the West Virginia Secretary of State’s office has encouraged West Virginians to register before the October 18 deadline and to participate in the general election. Registering can be done at your county clerks’ office, your local DMV or online at www.govotewv.com.


West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, pictured middle, presented the Jennings Randolph Award to Man High School on Tuesday, September 20, during an assembly with more than 80 students, teachers and administrators. This prestigious award, named after West Virginia’s former U.S. Senator, is given only to select high schools where 100 percent of voting eligible students gets registered to vote. This effort is led by students in each school, and aided by Inspire WV, which trains student leaders to get others registered to vote. During September, which is National Voter Registration Month, the West Virginia Secretary of State’s office has encouraged West Virginians to register before the October 18 deadline and to participate in the general election. Registering can be done at your county clerks’ office, your local DMV or online at www.govotewv.com.

West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, pictured middle, presented the Jennings Randolph Award to Man High School on Tuesday, September 20, during an assembly with more than 80 students, teachers and administrators. This prestigious award, named after West Virginia’s former U.S. Senator, is given only to select high schools where 100 percent of voting eligible students gets registered to vote. This effort is led by students in each school, and aided by Inspire WV, which trains student leaders to get others registered to vote. During September, which is National Voter Registration Month, the West Virginia Secretary of State’s office has encouraged West Virginians to register before the October 18 deadline and to participate in the general election. Registering can be done at your county clerks’ office, your local DMV or online at www.govotewv.com.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_MHS_Tennant-CMYK.jpgWest Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, pictured middle, presented the Jennings Randolph Award to Man High School on Tuesday, September 20, during an assembly with more than 80 students, teachers and administrators. This prestigious award, named after West Virginia’s former U.S. Senator, is given only to select high schools where 100 percent of voting eligible students gets registered to vote. This effort is led by students in each school, and aided by Inspire WV, which trains student leaders to get others registered to vote. During September, which is National Voter Registration Month, the West Virginia Secretary of State’s office has encouraged West Virginians to register before the October 18 deadline and to participate in the general election. Registering can be done at your county clerks’ office, your local DMV or online at www.govotewv.com.
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