Voter registration efforts pay off
Feb 6, 2014 Tribune Star

By Lisa Trigg

CAYUGA — Getting a 100 percent score on a test is probably a goal for most students.

It was also the goal of one North Vermillion High School teacher who achieved that 100 percent mark on his own test, which was  to register all voter-eligible teenagers at the school.

Trevor Smith was honored for reaching that goal on Thursday when Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller joined Vermillion County Republican Party Chairman Tim Yokum for a surprise presentation to the high school social studies teacher.

“In recognition of your efforts in promoting the importance of government to your students at North Vermillion High School” reads the plaque presented by Yokum.

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