WCS honors Paul Hunter


Wilmington City Schools (WCS) recognized activist citizen Paul Hunter this week with a plaque of appreciation for his support of WCS. The presentation was made at the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria during the summer lunch program for which he advocated. The WCS district offers lunch free of charge on summer weekdays to all children, 18 and younger, in the Wilmington community. Hunter also has looked out for the schools’ interests on issues such as tax abatements and Tax Increment Financing (TIF). Hunter stands in the right foreground of the photograph, with Mindy McCarty-Stewart, soon to become WCS superintendent, presenting the plaque. Seated in the left foreground are, from left, WCS Special Ed/Pupil Services Coordinator Natalie Harmeling and WCS Treasurer Kim DeWeese. Earlier this year, Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth proclaimed Feb. 2, 2017 as Paul Hunter Day. The action was taken in regard to the hard work and dedication Hunter has shown toward the community.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Wilmington City Schools (WCS) recognized activist citizen Paul Hunter this week with a plaque of appreciation for his support of WCS. The presentation was made at the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria during the summer lunch program for which he advocated. The WCS district offers lunch free of charge on summer weekdays to all children, 18 and younger, in the Wilmington community. Hunter also has looked out for the schools’ interests on issues such as tax abatements and Tax Increment Financing (TIF). Hunter stands in the right foreground of the photograph, with Mindy McCarty-Stewart, soon to become WCS superintendent, presenting the plaque. Seated in the left foreground are, from left, WCS Special Ed/Pupil Services Coordinator Natalie Harmeling and WCS Treasurer Kim DeWeese. Earlier this year, Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth proclaimed Feb. 2, 2017 as Paul Hunter Day. The action was taken in regard to the hard work and dedication Hunter has shown toward the community.

Wilmington City Schools (WCS) recognized activist citizen Paul Hunter this week with a plaque of appreciation for his support of WCS. The presentation was made at the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria during the summer lunch program for which he advocated. The WCS district offers lunch free of charge on summer weekdays to all children, 18 and younger, in the Wilmington community. Hunter also has looked out for the schools’ interests on issues such as tax abatements and Tax Increment Financing (TIF). Hunter stands in the right foreground of the photograph, with Mindy McCarty-Stewart, soon to become WCS superintendent, presenting the plaque. Seated in the left foreground are, from left, WCS Special Ed/Pupil Services Coordinator Natalie Harmeling and WCS Treasurer Kim DeWeese. Earlier this year, Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth proclaimed Feb. 2, 2017 as Paul Hunter Day. The action was taken in regard to the hard work and dedication Hunter has shown toward the community.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_paul_p_f.jpgWilmington City Schools (WCS) recognized activist citizen Paul Hunter this week with a plaque of appreciation for his support of WCS. The presentation was made at the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria during the summer lunch program for which he advocated. The WCS district offers lunch free of charge on summer weekdays to all children, 18 and younger, in the Wilmington community. Hunter also has looked out for the schools’ interests on issues such as tax abatements and Tax Increment Financing (TIF). Hunter stands in the right foreground of the photograph, with Mindy McCarty-Stewart, soon to become WCS superintendent, presenting the plaque. Seated in the left foreground are, from left, WCS Special Ed/Pupil Services Coordinator Natalie Harmeling and WCS Treasurer Kim DeWeese. Earlier this year, Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth proclaimed Feb. 2, 2017 as Paul Hunter Day. The action was taken in regard to the hard work and dedication Hunter has shown toward the community. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal