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Student Government Pinning Ceremony

Kathryn Welch, Business Manager

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On November 13, the 2018-19 Student Government Association members were honored with the presentation of their ceremonial pins in front of parents and advisors.

The night began with the head advisor, Mrs. Carney, welcoming the faculty who are involved with SGA along with parents of SGA members. She continued the ceremony by pinning the student body president, George Gannon, who then with the help of student body vice president, Emilee Roberson, pinned the surrounding officers and student ambassadors. After the head officers were pinned the senior, junior, and sophomore class presidents pinned the representatives of their classes. The ceremony was concluded with gratitude and sentiment to all who had been a part of this year’s SGA including the parents who allowed their children to participate in activities and event planning.

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