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 KHS Students Join in Elks' Youth Day Program

May 14, 2008 - Several students from Knightstown High School and Eastern Hancock High School recently participated in the Elks Government Youth Day Program held in Greenfield. The purpose of this program is to introduce high school students to the many different local government agencies that have such a big impact on the quality of life.

Students from seven local high schools were invited to participate in this year’s event. The students were paired up with a local government representative from either the City of Greenfield or with a Hancock County government office or department. The students had the opportunity to spend part of the day with that government official, learning about the duties and responsibilities of that particular government agency.

After spending part of the day with their government host, the students and their hosts were served lunch at the Greenfield Elks Lodge. The guest speaker at this year’s event was State Senator Beverly Gard. Four students from Knightstown High School and four students from Eastern Hancock High School participated in this year’s program.

The four Knightstown students who participated in this year’s event were Matt Bledsoe, Kynten Hannon, Cody Hibbertt and Sarah Tabb.

Those students representing Eastern Hancock High School were Jake Hahn, Tucker Hall, Nate Parker and Andy Pfaff.

 

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