Barr recognized by school board


Greg Barr, member of the Greenfield Exempted Village School District Board of Education for 12 years and its current president, presided over his last meeting before a newly-elected member takes his seat in January. Barr was presented with a plaque on Wednesday from board members to show their “deepest gratitude” for Barr’s service to the school district. Barr on Wednesday thanked everyone for their cooperation through the years and for working diligently “for what’s best for our students.” Barr is pictured in the photo with board member Doug Mustard, left.


Greg Barr, member of the Greenfield Exempted Village School District Board of Education for 12 years and its current president, presided over his last meeting before a newly-elected member takes his seat in January. Barr was presented with a plaque on Wednesday from board members to show their “deepest gratitude” for Barr’s service to the school district. Barr on Wednesday thanked everyone for their cooperation through the years and for working diligently “for what’s best for our students.” Barr is pictured in the photo with board member Doug Mustard, left.

Greg Barr, member of the Greenfield Exempted Village School District Board of Education for 12 years and its current president, presided over his last meeting before a newly-elected member takes his seat in January. Barr was presented with a plaque on Wednesday from board members to show their “deepest gratitude” for Barr’s service to the school district. Barr on Wednesday thanked everyone for their cooperation through the years and for working diligently “for what’s best for our students.” Barr is pictured in the photo with board member Doug Mustard, left.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Barr.jpgGreg Barr, member of the Greenfield Exempted Village School District Board of Education for 12 years and its current president, presided over his last meeting before a newly-elected member takes his seat in January. Barr was presented with a plaque on Wednesday from board members to show their “deepest gratitude” for Barr’s service to the school district. Barr on Wednesday thanked everyone for their cooperation through the years and for working diligently “for what’s best for our students.” Barr is pictured in the photo with board member Doug Mustard, left.
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