Reagor awarded scholarship

The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Illinois Retiree Subchapter 92 awarded a $500 scholarship to McKenzie J. Reagor, center, at their monthly meeting held on May 15 at the Vienna Diner. The organization has members in Johnson, Massac and Pulaski counties. Reagor graduated valedictorian of her senior class at Century High School. She participated in the Escrow program while attending high school and plans to obtain her associate's degree from Shawnee Community College within the next year before transferring to University of Tennessee at Martin to study and attain a degree in Agriculture business. Reagor is the daughter of Josh and Tiffany Reagor of Karnak, and the granddaughter of Randall McClellan, left, vice president of Subchapter 92. Also pictured is Rodger Gossett, right, Subchapter 92 president.

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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Illinois Retiree Subchapter 92 awarded a $500 scholarship to McKenzie J. Reagor, center, at their monthly meeting held on May 15 at the Vienna Diner. The organization has members in Johnson, Massac and Pulaski counties. Reagor graduated valedictorian of her senior class at Century High School. She participated in the Escrow program while attending high school and plans to obtain her associate's degree from Shawnee Community College within the next year before transferring to University of Tennessee at Martin to study and attain a degree in Agriculture business. Reagor is the daughter of Josh and Tiffany Reagor of Karnak, and the granddaughter of Randall McClellan, left, vice president of Subchapter 92. Also pictured is Rodger Gossett, right, Subchapter 92 president.

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