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(Front row) Vickey Boyd, from left, Superintendent Lynn Hurnt, President Joann Hurley, (back row) Johnita Jackson, Trey Morrone, and Lois Little of the Wayne County Board of Education on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, in Wayne.
Lois Little of Fort Gay (Butler District), Wayne County Board of Education member on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, in Wayne.
New Wayne board members take oath
Jun. 25, 2014 @ 11:36 PM
WAYNE -- The new members of the Wayne County Board of Education took their oaths of office during a ceremony at the board's office on Wednesday.
The new members include Lois Little of Fort Gay (Butler District), Johnita Jackson of Wayne (Union District) and Trey Morrone of Kenova (Ceredo District).
The ceremony, which was conducted by Judge James Young Jr., followed two and a half days of orientation for newly elected school board members throughout the state.
The new members replace outgoing members Darik Adkins, Rob Pennington and Chris Dean, none of whom sought re-election.
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