Pontious presents checks to after prom committees


Miami Trace students pictured with the judge are Quinton Waits, Dylan Page, Ely Schirtzinger and Destiny Schook.


On March 29, Washington Municipal Court Judge Vic Pontious presented checks on behalf of the local ADAMH Board to Miami Trace and Washington High School After Prom Committees. The funds are used to educate about the dangers of drug abuse and promote alcohol-free after-prom activities. Washington Court House students pictured with the judge are (left to right) Logan Jackson, Trevor Hicks, Kynzie Osborne, Suzzanna Eckstein, Cayleigh Matson, Erik Foster, Mickenna Nash, Victoria Jones, Miranda Landis, Korey Proby, Kyler Mount, Jarrett Patton, Brian Wilson, Griffin Shaw and Kenny Upthegrove.


Miami Trace students pictured with the judge are Quinton Waits, Dylan Page, Ely Schirtzinger and Destiny Schook.

On March 29, Washington Municipal Court Judge Vic Pontious presented checks on behalf of the local ADAMH Board to Miami Trace and Washington High School After Prom Committees. The funds are used to educate about the dangers of drug abuse and promote alcohol-free after-prom activities. Washington Court House students pictured with the judge are (left to right) Logan Jackson, Trevor Hicks, Kynzie Osborne, Suzzanna Eckstein, Cayleigh Matson, Erik Foster, Mickenna Nash, Victoria Jones, Miranda Landis, Korey Proby, Kyler Mount, Jarrett Patton, Brian Wilson, Griffin Shaw and Kenny Upthegrove.

Miami Trace students pictured with the judge are Quinton Waits, Dylan Page, Ely Schirtzinger and Destiny Schook.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/05/web1_After-Prom-MT.jpgMiami Trace students pictured with the judge are Quinton Waits, Dylan Page, Ely Schirtzinger and Destiny Schook.

On March 29, Washington Municipal Court Judge Vic Pontious presented checks on behalf of the local ADAMH Board to Miami Trace and Washington High School After Prom Committees. The funds are used to educate about the dangers of drug abuse and promote alcohol-free after-prom activities. Washington Court House students pictured with the judge are (left to right) Logan Jackson, Trevor Hicks, Kynzie Osborne, Suzzanna Eckstein, Cayleigh Matson, Erik Foster, Mickenna Nash, Victoria Jones, Miranda Landis, Korey Proby, Kyler Mount, Jarrett Patton, Brian Wilson, Griffin Shaw and Kenny Upthegrove.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/05/web1_After-Prom-WCH.jpgOn March 29, Washington Municipal Court Judge Vic Pontious presented checks on behalf of the local ADAMH Board to Miami Trace and Washington High School After Prom Committees. The funds are used to educate about the dangers of drug abuse and promote alcohol-free after-prom activities. Washington Court House students pictured with the judge are (left to right) Logan Jackson, Trevor Hicks, Kynzie Osborne, Suzzanna Eckstein, Cayleigh Matson, Erik Foster, Mickenna Nash, Victoria Jones, Miranda Landis, Korey Proby, Kyler Mount, Jarrett Patton, Brian Wilson, Griffin Shaw and Kenny Upthegrove.