Georgiana Mayor Jerome Antone and Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon joined with more than 1,760 mayors from across the country to take part in the second annual Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service. Both Antone and McLendon recognized the efforts of the AmeriCorps Instructional Support Team, which serves as instructional assistants in the classrooms of the Butler County School system. AmeriCorps Instructional Support Team is part of the Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Volunteerism-SERVEALABAMA and The Corporation for National and Community Service. Front row, from left to right, Mayor Jerome Antone; Deirdre Jackson; Christine Williams, State AmeriCorps Program Officer, SERVEALABAMA; Preston Thomas; Amy Bryan, Superintendent; La’Shunda Clayton; Patrice Parmer; Kairee Newton; and Officer Vann Sims. Second row, from left to right, Jerry Stephens; Carol McArthur, AmeriCorps Director; Bonita Thomas; Patrick Davidson; Mallory Schofield; Kent McNaughton, GMS Assistant Principal; and Curtis Black, GMS Principal. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)
Georgiana Mayor Jerome Antone and Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon joined with more than 1,760 mayors from across the country to take part in the second annual Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service. Both Antone and McLendon recognized the efforts of the AmeriCorps Instructional Support Team, which serves as instructional assistants in the classrooms of the Butler County School system. AmeriCorps Instructional Support Team is part of the Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Volunteerism-SERVEALABAMA and The Corporation for National and Community Service. Front row, from left to right, Mayor Jerome Antone; Deirdre Jackson; Christine Williams, State AmeriCorps Program Officer, SERVEALABAMA; Preston Thomas; Amy Bryan, Superintendent; La’Shunda Clayton; Patrice Parmer; Kairee Newton; and Officer Vann Sims. Second row, from left to right, Jerry Stephens; Carol McArthur, AmeriCorps Director; Bonita Thomas; Patrick Davidson; Mallory Schofield; Kent McNaughton, GMS Assistant Principal; and Curtis Black, GMS Principal. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)

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Mayors recognize Americorps volunteers

Published 8:14am Thursday, April 3, 2014

Georgiana Mayor Jerome Antone and Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon joined with more than 1,760 mayors from across the country to take part in the second annual Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service.

Both Antone and McLendon recognized the efforts of the AmeriCorps Instructional Support Team, which serves as instructional assistants in the classrooms of the Butler County School system. AmeriCorps Instructional Support Team is part of the Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Volunteerism-SERVEALABAMA and The Corporation for National and Community Service.

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