Lunenburg County Schools Host Elected State Officials

   Written by on November 10, 2017 at 10:16 am

Lunenburg Schools hostLUNENBURG – Lunenburg County Public Schools hosted Delegate Tommy Wright and Senator Frank Ruff as the two elected state officials toured the schools last Friday.

The two men were joined by LCPS Superintendant Charles Berkley and members of the School Board during the visits. They were able to visit Kenbridge and Victoria Elementary Schools in the morning and visited Central High School and Lunenburg Middle School that afternoon.

The group was able to observe some of the projects taking place at the schools, student work and classroom activities during their time at each location.

Delegate Tommy Wright has been a member of the House of Delegates since January 3, 2001. He is a Lunenburg native and resident representing the counties of Amelia, Cumberland, Lunenburg (part), Mecklenburg, and Nottoway for the 61st District. He is running unopposed this election and will continue to serve in his position.

Senator Frank Ruff was elected to serve in the Virginia Senate in November 2000 to fill the unexpired term of the late Richard Holland. Prior to Ruff’s election to the Virginia Senate, he served in the Virginia House of Delegates since first elected in 1993.

He is the representative for the 15th Senate District that includes all of the counties of Charlotte, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, and Nottoway, as well as parts of the counties of Brunswick, Campbell, Dinwiddie, Halifax, Pittsylvania, and Prince George, and part of the City of Danville. The 15th District is the largest in the Commonwealth.

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