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Senator Judy Emmons (1/26/2011)

 

Third grade students from Saranac Elementary (1/19/2012)

 

Sen. Judy Emmons welcomes the 2011 DeWitt High School lacrosse team to the Michigan Senate. Emmons presented the team with a special tribute recognizing them for achieving Division II First Team Academic All-State Honors for the second year in a row. Pictured with Emmons are Head Coach Ian Broughton (left) and team members who attended the ceremony. (8/24/2011)

 

Sens. Judy Emmons and Mark Jansen, Reps. Thomas Hooker and Margaret O'Brien and Department of Human Services Director Maura Corrigan join Gov. Rick Snyder as he signs legislation to strengthen Michigan's child protection laws, increase collaboration and provide cohesive data on children who have died in state care. Pictured (from right) are: Jansen, R-Gaines Township; Emmons, R-Sheridan; Snyder; Corrigan; O'Brien, R-Portage; and Hooker, R-Byron Center.  (6/28/2011)

 

Sen. Judy Emmons presents Head Coach Zane Ballard a special tribute honoring the St. Johns High School wrestling team for winning the 2011 Division 2 state championship. The Redwings were undefeated on the path to earning the state title for the second year in a row. The team participated in the ceremony on the Senate floor. (6/1/2011)

 

Sen. Judy Emmons welcomes the 2011 state champion St. Johns High School wrestling team to the Michigan Senate. Head Coach Zane Ballard accepted a special tribute from Emmons and spoke on behalf of the team during Senate session. The Redwings finished 32-0 on the path to winning the Division 2 state championship for the second year in a row. (6/1/2011)

 

Sen. Judy Emmons (center right) recognizes the Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart High School football team for winning the Division 8 football state championship at Ford Field in November 2010. Emmons presented head coach Rick Roberts (center left) with a special tribute for the team in the Senate Chambers at the Michigan Capitol. The title was the schools first under the current playoff system. The Irish previously earned championships in 1933, 1970 and 1971 (2/17/2011)

 

Sen. Judy Emmons and the Senate Education Committee hear testimony on legislation known as the Local Government and School District Fiscal Accountability Act. Pictured are Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township, chair of the committee (right); Emmons (center); and Sen. Patrick Colbeck, R-Canton.  (2/16/2011)

 

Sen. Judy Emmons (left) welcomes Pastor Tim Knaus of First Baptist Church, St. Johns, to the Michigan Capitol. Pastor Knaus gave the invocation before the start of Senate session on Wednesday (2/16/2011)

 

Sen. Judy Emmons (center left) welcomes the Central Michigan University womens soccer team and head coach Neil Stafford (center right) to the Michigan Capitol. The team was honored for claiming the Mid-American Conference regular season and tournament championships for the second-straight season and also earning their sixth straight National Academic Championship through the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, posting a 3.76 grade-point average for the 2009-10 academic school year. (2/10/2011)

 

Sen. Judy Emmons is sworn in by Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Young, Jr. as her mother, Phebe Wilson, grandson Keegan, granddaughter Kennedy, and husband, Jerry Emmons, stand with her during the oath of office. (1/12/2011)

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