2018-01-11 / News

Lindsay recognized for years of service

By Ben Gagnon

DAVISON — The Davison Board of Education’s first meeting of 2018 was a night of recognition for the school board and students alike.

Among those honored on Monday was former board member Kim Lindsay, who resigned in October after serving as treasurer for 17.5 years.

“This was a passion, not an obligation,” he said, describing his role with Davison Community Schools.

“I can’t thank the community enough for supporting me.”

Superintendent Eric Lieske acknowledged Lindsay by presenting him with a commemorative clock.

“He’s a one of a kind,” Lieske said about Lindsay. “[He has] the highest ethics and cares a ton about kids in this community.”

Lindsay, a CPA, is working for an accounting firm in western Michigan. His position on the board will be filled by local businessman Todd Ferguson, who was appointed in November.

Representatives from the Student Council of Hahn Intermediate honored the current board by handing out gift bags to the members and thanking them for their service.

In return, the board recognized the student council for its efforts in raising record-setting donations for Outreach East.

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