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Acton Elementary School fifth-grader Ava Redwine was named the Granbury City Council Honorary Councilperson at the March 2 City Council meeting. The following is an excerpt from her Honorary Councilperson Plaque.
“Ava is the daughter of Evan and Kristin Hubbard. Teachers and friends describe Ava as a leader, hardworking, focused, and determined. She is filled with excitement and positivity and her bubbly personality is contagious. Behind her mask is the biggest smile that lights up the room! Ava is a true leader and was elected by her peers to be Student Council Vice President. She leads each meeting with great enthusiasm. She helps with announcements in the morning, keeps us informed and starts the day off right for us! Along with other student council members, she loves to be part of the welcoming committee and greets all who enter the doors in the morning with a fist bump or a wave and a "Good morning! Have a GREAT day!" Outside of school, Ava is very involved in extracurricular activities. She plays basketball, does dance, and plays golf. Ava strives for excellence in everything she does, and she continues to impress us with all her achievements. Ava's future is as bright as her smile!”
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Congratulations on being chosen to serve as an Honorary Councilmember with the Granbury City Council. Keep this certificate for your records and as you apply to colleges and scholarships in the future, be sure to list this as one of your achievements. Your service to Granbury ISD and as a student leader on your campus is appreciated. We wish you the best of luck on a bright future!
Dr. Jeremy K. Glenn, Granbury ISD Superintendent
Nin Hulett, Mayor of Granbury
For further questions or more information, please contact Granbury Public Information Officer Alex Southern at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-573-6764.