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In Celebration Of Ambassador Marion H. Smoak’S 100Th Birthday July 8, 2016
Jim Costa, D-CA
"Following his retirement from the Army, Ambassador Smoak returned to Aiken County, South Carolina along with his wife, Mary Frances Meister, and their three children, Fred, Mary Frances, and Pat. Serving as a practicing attorney in Aiken County, Ambassador Smoak sought office in the South Carolina State Senate and went on to win the election in 1966. Ambassador Smoak was among the first five Republicans that served in the South Carolina State Senate since Reconstruction. While in the State Senate he served on six committees that included: Agriculture, Atomic and Nuclear Energy, Commerce and Manufactures, Military, and Veteran Affairs. Ambassador Smoak fought for the Compulsory School Bill, realigning voting precincts, and compulsory auto inspections. From 1967 to 1968, he also served in the State Constitutional Revision Commission."
Recognizing Dent Middle School Students April 27, 2016
Joe Wilson, R-SC
"Mr. Speaker, recently, students from Dent Middle School in Columbia competed in the South Carolina History Day regional competition at the South Carolina State Museum."
Recognizing Simmons-Pinckney Middle School April 6, 2016
Tim Scott, R-SC
"Mr. Philip Simmons’s beautiful ironwork is not only displayed throughout Charleston, but in the South Carolina State Museum, Smithsonian Museum, and all around the world. These two men symbolize what I believe schools should promote, dedication and a commitment to leading our State and country to a brighter future."
Congressional Black Caucus July 13, 2015
Robin Kelly, D-IL
Tribute To Isaac Joe May 20, 2015
James Clyburn, D-SC
"In 1954, seven years after Mr. Joe returned to the classroom, the United States Supreme Court issued its Brown v. Board of Education decision outlawing segregation in public schools. Inspired by this decision, Mr. Joe returned to school himself, earning his master’s degree from South Carolina State College in 1956. He returned to the Lee County school system in 1957 as principal of the newly built Mount Pleasant High School in Elliott, where he served until his retirement in 1977."

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