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Ceremony held for new State Rep. Neighbors

By Kim Harwood, Executive Director
Edmonton Metcalfe Chamber of Commerce

David Williams, 40th Judicial Circuit Court Judge, officially swore in State Representative for District 21 Amy Neighbors on December 15, 2022 who took the oath of office with her husband Jason by her side.

U.S. Congressman James Comer said leaders are needed in Frankfort and with Amy Neighbors the state is getting a leader in healthcare day one.

Metcalfe County Circuit Court Clerk, Tommy Garrett welcomed the crowd to the Cass R. Walden Courtroom. The prayer was led by Pastor Randy Johnson, Columbia Baptist Church.

The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Garrett and Amy Neighbors' grandson, Tucker Wilson.

The National Anthem was sung by Miss. Tymber Garrett.

Amy believes in family; she knows the needs of the healthcare system, and she is a cancer survivor. Congressman Comer said it was a huge day for Metcalfe County and a great day for Kentucky.

This story was posted on 2022-12-20 08:28:28
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