2017-07-12 / School News

Three partners recognized during annual celebration coalition meeting


Warm Springs Intermediate Schoolpartners, left to right: Sheima Benzidour Chaib, MCP Program Facilitator; Megan Hauser, MCP Executive Director; Dudley Cable, Warm Springs Intermediate School Principal and Angie Hott, MCP Program Facilitator. Warm Springs Intermediate Schoolpartners, left to right: Sheima Benzidour Chaib, MCP Program Facilitator; Megan Hauser, MCP Executive Director; Dudley Cable, Warm Springs Intermediate School Principal and Angie Hott, MCP Program Facilitator. The Morgan County Partnership, a local anti-drug coalition, celebrated its partners, who provide essential guidance and support of programs and prevention initiatives, named three of its members as the 2017 Partners of the Year during their annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast in May.

"The Morgan County Partnership relies heavily on our network of partners to help grow our membership and to create opportunities to share resources and ideas, and our annual Partner Awards give us the opportunity to celebrate the hard work and dedication of these great partners," said Shamus Cleveland, Director at the Morgan County Partnership. "Each of our partners bring a broad range of skills and experiences to the table, and our Annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast is a great way to recognize their contributions."


Hannah High, left, Berkeley Springs High School Student and Shamus Cleveland, MCP Director. Hannah High, left, Berkeley Springs High School Student and Shamus Cleveland, MCP Director. The Partners of the Year are recognized for their overall participation in the activities of the coalition and their contribution to the success of youth and families in Morgan County.

The 2017 Partners of Year are: The faculty and staff at Warm Springs Intermediate School, The Town of Bath Police Department and youth member of the year, is awarded to Hannah High, member of both the Morgan County Youth Coalition and the Bully Prevention Club at Berkeley Springs High School.

The Morgan County Partnership is a 501C3 non-profit organization that works together with the community to engage, educate and empower youth and families to make healthy decisions. For more information and to get involved, contact the Partnership at 304-258-7807.



T.J. Johnson, left, Chief of Police for Town of Bath Police Department; Danielle Swope, center, Office Administrator for Town of Bath Police Department and Megan Hauser. T.J. Johnson, left, Chief of Police for Town of Bath Police Department; Danielle Swope, center, Office Administrator for Town of Bath Police Department and Megan Hauser.

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