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Bill Lagermann recognized by MCHS for Community Service

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Bill Lagermann was recognized today, Monday, April 10, 2017, at the Morning "Family" Meeting at Metcalfe County High School for his Community Service. Bill and Chris moved to rural Edmonton, KY, in September of 2009 from Michigan.

Bill and Ken Childers started the Metcalfe County 4-H Shooting Sports Program last year.

Bill is also the Commander of the American Legion, Post 65; Chairman of Red Lick United Methodist Church; Co-Chairman (with Chris) of the Metcalfe County Pumpkin Festival in 2014 and 2015; Co-sponsor of Metcalfe County "LET'S GET MOVIN'" and the 2017 Bunnyhop; Sponsor of the Metcalfe County Booth for Pride of the Counties at the State Farm in 2016; and he and Chris are active members of the Edmonton-Metcalfe County Chamber of Commerce.

The school presented Lagermann with a framed patriotic print.

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Bill Lagermann honored by Metcalfe Co. High School

2017-04-10 - Metcalfe County High School, 208 Randolph Street, Edmonton, KY - Photo from Metcalfe County High School.
Kelly Bell, Principal of MCHS, with Chris and Bill Lagermann. Principal Bell presented Bill Lagermann with a framed patriotic print in recognition of their community service. Photo taken by MCHS Staff Member., Monday, April 10, 2017.

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