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Title:Mayoral Proclamation
Summary:A proclamation of the City of Dunlap Mayor and Board of Commissioners Declaring June 9, 2016, as Dakota Hudson Day in the City of Dunlap, Tennessee.
Original Author:Nevad, Warren
Co-Author:
Product Create Date:06/23/2016
Last Reviewed on::05/30/2017
Subject:Proclamations and honorary resolutions; Mayor; Public relations--Municipal
Type:General
Original Document: DUNLAP MAYORAL PROCLAMATION 6216.pdfDUNLAP MAYORAL PROCLAMATION 6216.pdf

Reference Documents: DUNLAP MAYORAL PROCLAMATION 6216.docxDUNLAP MAYORAL PROCLAMATION 6216.docx

Text of Document: MAYORAL PROCLAMATION 6216
A PROCLAMATION OF THE CITY OF DUNLAP MAYOR AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DECLARING JUNE 9, 2016, AS DAKOTA HUDSON DAY IN THE CITY OF DUNLAP, TENNESSEE.

WHEREAS, Dakota Hudson, a native son of Dunlap starred as a baseball player for Sequatchie County High School from 2010 to 2013, earning a scholarship to Mississippi State University;

WHEREAS, Dakota Hudson became the first student- athlete from Sequatchie County to play SEC baseball and was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll;

WHEREAS, Dakota Hudson was named player of the week in the SEC while leading the Mississippi State Bulldogs to its first outright SEC title in 27 years;

WHEREAS, Dakota Hudson has always exemplified himself as a role model to the citizens and youth in Dunlap and Sequatchie County;

WHEREAS, June 9, 2016, will be one the of proudest days in Dunlap history during my tenure as Mayor as we will witness our native son being the first baseball player ever from our community to be selected in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY PROCLAIMED by the City of Dunlap Mayor and Board of Commissioners that June 9, 2016, be declared as Dakota Hudson Day and that our humble, dedicated and talented son be granted a lifetime key to City Hall.

Passed this 2nd day of June 2016


Approve: _______________________________
George Dwain Land, Mayor


Attest: _______________________________________
Norman D. Hatfield, City Recorder