Final Seat On The Bath County School Board is Confirmed – Allison Hicklin Will Serve As The Millboro District Representative

Warm Springs, Va – The new Bath School Board is complete with the confirmation from Allison Hicklin that she will serve as the Millboro District representative.

Hicklin won the Millboro District seat in the November 8th election as an undeclared write-in candidate. But she did not confirm until Monday the 14th that she would serve on the Board. In the Millboro District, no one filed to run for the School Board seat and no one declared as a write-in candidate.

On election night, voters in the Warms Springs District also had a blank ballot since no candidate filed to run for that seat. Dr. Ellen Miller won in the Warm Springs District, where she was one of two declared write-in candidates

And in the Williamsville District, incumbent Joyce Hevener’s name appeared on the ballot as the only candidate, even though she withdrew before the election. Rhonda Grimm won the Williamsville District seat, where she was one of three declared write-in candidates.

Amy Gwin and Catherine Lowry are the other new members on the Bath School Board. Gwin ran unopposed in the Cedar Creek District and Lowry was unopposed in the Valley Springs District.

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