I don’t often touch on election races relating to school board members, but two people have caught my eye and I have to admit were I from Groves and able to cast a ballot in that community, I’d be hard-pressed to determine just which of the two I like more. Although they both have their own special interests in serving the educational community, they are very similar in other ways that I would think would only serve to ease the relationship between the Port Neches-Groves Independent School District and the people of the areas. Allow me to introduce them to you and if you have questions of them, may I suggest you contact them on your own.
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