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RETIREE 300MUHLENBERG COUNTY, KY (5/21/13) – The Muhlenberg County Education Association (MCEA) Teacher Retirees were honored at an April 29th dinner by MCEA members.
 
President Philip Oliver presented awards to these teachers, Constance Meriweather, Susan James, Dorothy Bibbs Kendrick, Crystal Vincent and Diane Walters for the association.
 
Also honored by Muhlenberg County Education Association were two MCHS seniors Nic Lile and Hunter Ray, who each received a $1000.00 scholarship each at the Recognition Dinner at the Purple Onion.
 
MCEA President Philip Oliver presented awards for the association.

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Keep up with the Muhlenberg County Education Association at www.mceaeducators.weebly.com
 
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