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Representative Tommy Pope Honored with Legislator of the Year Award

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Representative Thomas E. “Tommy” Pope was recently named by The South Carolina Association of Adult Education Directors (SCAAED) as the 2014-2015 Legislator of the Year.  This award is given to an individual based on their contributions and efforts to assist Adult Education in South Carolina.

The SCAAED is a division of South Carolina Association of School Administrators (SCASA). This is an honor that distinguishes the selected individual as a promoter and advocate for adult education.  The recipient must be nominated and have actively supported the program in an effort to enhance the opportunities for adult education in South Carolina.

Representative Pope has provided leadership to the program by serving on committees that support adult education.  SCAAED publically recognized Representative Tommy Pope on Tuesday, August 19th during the South Carolina’s Adult Education Director’s Meeting in Columbia, South Carolina.

Representative Tommy Pope serves District 47 in the SC House of Representatives.  He is also a managing partner at Elrod Pope Law Firm.   He has offices located at 212 East Black Street in Rock Hill and by appointment only at 264 Latitude Lane, Suite 102, Lake Wylie.  For additional information, visit www.tommypope.com, www.elrodpope.com, or call 803-324-7574.

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