Wednesday, February 27, 2013

News preview for Feb. 28th issue…

Dose named ‘Director Who Makes a Difference’ 

Nominated by her peers, Lennox Middle School Instrumental teacher Renita Dose was named one of the “50 Directors Who Make a Difference” in the School Band and Orchestra magazine dated December, 2012. The magazine selected one instructor from each state who runs a thriving and vibrant program. Music has been a part of Dose’s life since she was in elementary school. Raised in Lake Preston, she played the flute for the school band. She was involved in a multitude of activities while in high school, but playing the flute was definitely a favorite. She had a passion for it and soon set her goal on becoming a music teacher. 

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Election cancelled at Lennox, Worthing, Lennox School District 

There will be no elections this April in the City of Lennox, the City of Worthing and the Lennox School District. Even though there will be no municipal election for the City of Lennox, there will be a change on the City Council. Russ Nelson, a former Lennox Police Chief, has filed for the position of Alderman in Ward 2, the seat being vacated by Ty Serr, who has opted not to run for re-election. Nelson, who is unopposed, will be the new representative for Ward 2.

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