ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

LaDean 'Butch' Fletcher files for school board seat

Three individuals, including two incumbents, have now filed for a chance to serve.

Worthington High School
Worthington High School.
Tim Middagh / The Globe
We are part of The Trust Project.

WORTHINGTON — LaDean "Butch" Fletcher has filed an affidavit for candidacy for a four-year term on the District 518 Board of Education.

MORE DISTRICT 518 NEWS
Awards were announced during Friday’s annual FORWARD Worthington Extravaganza at Lerma’s Event Center.
“They’re totally new. They’re sophomores, they’ve never competed in BPA.”
The space for early childhood education programming may be the most impressive of all, with its brightly-colored indoor playground.

Three school board seats are up for grabs in the Nov. 8 general election, and incumbents Lori Dudley and Adam Blume have filed to be on the ballot. The filing period continues until 5 p.m. Aug. 16.

Affidavits of candidacy are available at the District 518 office, currently located at West Learning Center, for a filing fee of $2.

Candidates must be eligible voters, 21 years of age or older upon assuming office, and must have been a resident of the school district for 30 days before the general election. In addition, the candidate must not have an affidavit on file for any other office in the same general election.

MORE EDUCATION NEWS
Professional researcher Debbie Boe will give an introduction to family history research for new genealogists.
Greg and Cindy DeGroot offered a matching fund of up to $100,000 through the Legacy Partners program of Worthington Regional Health Care Foundation.
Opponents say the move to keep state institutions from hosting drag performances is a violation of free speech and expression.

What To Read Next
Sunlight reflected off the snow behind them in a shimmer of brilliant orange and gold.
Deer grazed in a cornfield in near Rushmore in southwest Minnesota.
If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of no more than five years in prison, a $10,000 fine, or both for each of the charges against him.
If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of five years imprisonment, a $10,000 fine, or both.