Moore Haven students receive Constitution booklets

Posted 1/13/22

Joseph Cofield, president of “Constitution for the People, Inc.” delivered personal copies of the Constitution Booklets to the Moore Haven High School (MHHS) in Glades County.

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Moore Haven students receive Constitution booklets

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MOORE HAVEN — Joseph Cofield, president of “Constitution for the People, Inc.” delivered personal copies of the Constitution Booklets to the Moore Haven High School (MHHS) in Glades County. MHHS thanks the Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs of LaBelle for their generous donations to enable the entire high school junior and senior students as well as all history, government and civic teachers to receive a Constitution booklet. Pictured left to right: Joseph Cofield, Assistant Principal Mr. Juan Carlos Pagan, Principal Dr. Charles Dailey and Coach Preston Baker.

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