Levy leader congratulated


Kent Vandervort, right, a leader in the effort to pass an additional Children Services levy, receives congratulations Wednesday morning from Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed, left, on a job well done. Voters across the county supported the levy 58 percent to 42 percent (8,431 for the levy, and 6,165 against). The purpose of the levy is to generate funds to protect a greater number of children due to the substance abuse scourge.

Kent Vandervort, right, a leader in the effort to pass an additional Children Services levy, receives congratulations Wednesday morning from Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed, left, on a job well done. Voters across the county supported the levy 58 percent to 42 percent (8,431 for the levy, and 6,165 against). The purpose of the levy is to generate funds to protect a greater number of children due to the substance abuse scourge.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Kent Vandervort, right, a leader in the effort to pass an additional Children Services levy, receives congratulations Wednesday morning from Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed, left, on a job well done. Voters across the county supported the levy 58 percent to 42 percent (8,431 for the levy, and 6,165 against). The purpose of the levy is to generate funds to protect a greater number of children due to the substance abuse scourge.

Kent Vandervort, right, a leader in the effort to pass an additional Children Services levy, receives congratulations Wednesday morning from Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed, left, on a job well done. Voters across the county supported the levy 58 percent to 42 percent (8,431 for the levy, and 6,165 against). The purpose of the levy is to generate funds to protect a greater number of children due to the substance abuse scourge.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/11/web1_jfs.jpgKent Vandervort, right, a leader in the effort to pass an additional Children Services levy, receives congratulations Wednesday morning from Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed, left, on a job well done. Voters across the county supported the levy 58 percent to 42 percent (8,431 for the levy, and 6,165 against). The purpose of the levy is to generate funds to protect a greater number of children due to the substance abuse scourge. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal