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Vote Gilmore for school board


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Dear Cedar Springs Voters,

You have an opportunity to impact the lives of students by voting Trent Gilmore for Cedar Springs School Board in November.

Trent Gilmore takes an interest in those around him. He is the first to jump in and get involved when there is a need. Trent saw there was an opportunity to serve on the local school board where his children attend and he stepped up to the task. You won’t find a more hard working, genuine individual. If you’ve met Trent you can speak to his authentic interest in those he meets. Quick with a smile and a handshake, you know you’ve met a friend.

Coming from a family of educators, Trent’s life attests to the value he places on education. Trent worked to put himself through college while working full-time and caring for his family. A natural teacher himself, Trent is quick to share whatever he is learning, reading, or building with his co-workers, family, and neighbors.

Trent asks great questions, reserves judgment until all the information is present, and keeps the students as the priority. For all of these reasons and many more, I believe Trent will be an asset to our community in this role.

Please join me in voting for Trent Gilmore for Cedar Springs School Board on Nov. 6th.

Natasha Mueller, Courtland Township

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Gilmore would be a valuable board member


Post Scripts NOTICE: The Cedar Springs Post welcomes letters of up to 350 words. The subject should be relevant to local readers, and the editor reserves the right to reject letters or edit for clarity, length, good taste, accuracy, and liability concerns. All submissions MUST be accompanied by full name, mailing address and daytime phone number. We use this information to verify the letter’s authenticity. We do not print anonymous letters, or acknowledge letters we do not use. Writers are limited to one letter per month. Email to news@cedarspringspost.com, or send to Post Scripts, Cedar Springs Post, PO Box 370, Cedar Springs, MI 49319.

* We only print positive letters about candidates one week prior to the election.


 

 I am writing in regards to Trent Gilmore, who is running for the Cedar Springs School Board. I have had the pleasure of working with Trent in a professional capacity, as his direct supervisor, over the last year. He is hard working, dependable, thoughtful and always has new ideas. He is passionate about morale, and making people feel like they have a voice. He does not hesitate to stand up for what he sees is important and he makes sure that decisions that are made are fair and for the greater good. I believe Trent has the skills and the heart of a person that would make a valuable board member for the Cedar Springs School District.

 Thank you, Amy Walt

Executive Director, Customer Operations, CMS Energy

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Support Gilmore for school board


Post Scripts NOTICE: The Cedar Springs Post welcomes letters of up to 350 words. The subject should be relevant to local readers, and the editor reserves the right to reject letters or edit for clarity, length, good taste, accuracy, and liability concerns. All submissions MUST be accompanied by full name, mailing address and daytime phone number. We use this information to verify the letter’s authenticity. We do not print anonymous letters, or acknowledge letters we do not use. Writers are limited to one letter per month. Email to news@cedarspringspost.com, or send to Post Scripts, Cedar Springs Post, PO Box 370, Cedar Springs, MI 49319.

* We only print positive letters about candidates one week prior to the election. 


I am writing in support of Mr. Trent Gilmore joining the Cedar Springs school board and would like to encourage my fellow residents to strongly consider him for this role, as a most qualified candidate. 

Having known Mr. Gilmore for many years, I can attest to his character, work ethic and sense of responsibility. He will always lend a helping hand or give sound advice to those who need it. He is seasoned in business matters and adept at looking at a problem from all angles, considering the input of others and proposing rational solutions.

I have seen him excel as a leader and be equally effective as a team player. His ability to collaborate with others, with patience and respect, will be crucial to making progress towards the board’s vision.

Mr. Gilmore is and will be an effective communicator. He will work hard to help keep the public informed of the district’s progress and challenges.    

I have no doubt that Mr. Gilmore will help to establish a clear vision for our school district and will work hard to ensure that the team sets goals and measures its success, in a matter that is well considered, planned and executed, and fiscally responsible.

Most importantly, as a father in our district, his focus will be on what is best for our students.  I truly believe that and will be placing my vote for Mr. Gilmore.

Andy Fochtman, Algoma Township

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