Happy Ronnie Musgrove Day!

PDF OF RONNIE MUSGROVE DAY DOCUMENT HERE

A Proclamation
By Governor Ronnie Musgrove

WHEREAS, the summer 2002 Internship Program began on June 4, 2002, to begin an epic journey for 14 young Mississippians; and

WHEREAS, through the capable leadership and inspirational example of staff members of the Ronnie Musgrove Administration, the young minds of these interns have
developed to become politically conscious and aware of public concerns across Mississippi; and

WHEREAS, the influence of a great leader, such as Governor Ronnie Musgrove, has set the standard for future achievements of the interns of Summer 2002; and

WHEREAS, the experiences of Brendan Sartin, Patrice Durr, Micah Horton, Rob Schimmel, Derrick Everett, Pamela Williams, Kimberly Liddell, Rachel Hicks, Debra
Lloyd, Lisa Holifield, Yolanda Turner, Katrice Lee, Lakeshia Robertson, and Eva
Messier will enable them to strive for excellence in their future endeavors:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Ronnie Musgrove, Governor of the State of Mississippi, hereby proclaim July 29, 2002, as

RONNIE MUSGROVE DAY

in the State of Mississippi and thank you for your generous contribution to our education
and the opportunity to serve with your administration in the service of 2.8 million
Mississippians.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
State of Mississippi to be affixed.
DONE in the City of Jackson, July 29, 2002,
in the two hundred and twenty-sixth year of
the United States of America.
RONNIE MUSGROVE
GOVERNOR

I wish this was a joke.  Where is the party? This is bold to say the least -ROM

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