TOP PHOTO: White Oak claimed the Campbell County Championship in the small division.
By Charlotte Underwood
JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County Commissioners recognized the White Oak Elementary School girls basketball team on Monday night with certificates for their “outstanding season.” Commissioner Rusty Orick also was recognized by the commission for his recent award at the Tennessee County Services Association meeting held in Chattanooga.
Commissioner Tyler King presented the proclamation for the Lady Wildcats’ to the White Oak Elementary School girls basketball team celebrating their season.
Commissioners congratulated the girls on their hard work and achievement. The Lady Wildcats claimed the County Championship in the small division.
Commissioner Rusty Orick was recognized on Monday evening for his recent award he received from the Tennessee County Services Association in Chattanooga for being an “outstanding elected official.”
Commissioner chairman Johnny Bruce presented a resolution in honor of Rusty Orick who was recently honored in Chattanooga for being an “outstanding elected official.”
Campbell County Commissioner Rusty Orick (blue shirt) was honored last month at Chattanooga.
“I want Campbell County to stick out. Most of all, this recognizes Campbell County. As long as there is breath in my lungs, I’m going to try to better Campbell County. On behalf of Campbell County, I hold it an honor,” Orick said. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 11/21/2023-6AM)