Winkle joins WCHCS BOE


At the regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday evening for the Washington Court House City School Board of Education, Chuck Winkle — who has previously served on the board and filled a vacancy left by Craig Copas — took the oath of office administered by WCHCS Treasurer Becky Mullins. Winkle will remain in the position until Dec. 31, 2021.

At the regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday evening for the Washington Court House City School Board of Education, Chuck Winkle — who has previously served on the board and filled a vacancy left by Craig Copas — took the oath of office administered by WCHCS Treasurer Becky Mullins. Winkle will remain in the position until Dec. 31, 2021.


Photo by Trevor Patton

At the regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday evening for the Washington Court House City School Board of Education, Chuck Winkle — who has previously served on the board and filled a vacancy left by Craig Copas — took the oath of office administered by WCHCS Treasurer Becky Mullins. Winkle will remain in the position until Dec. 31, 2021.

At the regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday evening for the Washington Court House City School Board of Education, Chuck Winkle — who has previously served on the board and filled a vacancy left by Craig Copas — took the oath of office administered by WCHCS Treasurer Becky Mullins. Winkle will remain in the position until Dec. 31, 2021.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/06/web1_IMG_20200615_190123_2.jpgAt the regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday evening for the Washington Court House City School Board of Education, Chuck Winkle — who has previously served on the board and filled a vacancy left by Craig Copas — took the oath of office administered by WCHCS Treasurer Becky Mullins. Winkle will remain in the position until Dec. 31, 2021. Photo by Trevor Patton