Thompson, Moore, Garner graduate


From the MASC Institute of Government

Special to The Times



Courtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates City of Union Mayor Harold Thompson on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.


Courtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates Town of Jonesville Mayor Ernest Moore on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.


Courtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates Union City Councilman Robert Garner on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.


COLUMBIA — The mayors of the City of Union and the Town of Jonesville and a member of Union City County have graduated from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.

In statements released Tuesday, the Municipal Association of South Carolina announced that City of Union Mayor Harold Thompson, Town of Jonesville Mayor Ernest Moore, and Union City Councilman Robert Garner had graduated from the Institute. They were among the graduates who received their certificates during the Municipal Association of South Carolina’s Hometown Legislative Action Day.

Offered exclusively for graduates of the Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government, the Association established the Advanced Institute in 2014 to provide elected officials with continuing education through classroom instruction and interaction with experienced peers.

“The Advanced Institute gives mayors and council members an opportunity to explore topics of interest to cities and towns in greater depth,” said Miriam Hair, executive director of the Municipal Association.

Officials participate in at least four of six courses to graduate from the Advanced Institute. Courses include topics on public safety, budgeting, utilities, advocacy, economic development and governance.

The Advanced Institute draws its faculty from South Carolina and across the country including recognized local government leaders, state officials, and college and university faculty.

Established in 1986, the Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government is a program of the Municipal Association of South Carolina that gives municipal officials a strong foundation in the operation of municipal government.

Courtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates City of Union Mayor Harold Thompson on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Harold-Thompson_Union-LR.jpgCourtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates City of Union Mayor Harold Thompson on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.

Courtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates Town of Jonesville Mayor Ernest Moore on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Ernest-Moore_Jonesville-LR.jpgCourtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates Town of Jonesville Mayor Ernest Moore on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.

Courtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates Union City Councilman Robert Garner on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Robert-Garner_union-LR.jpgCourtesy photo Mayor Bill Young, President of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, congratulates Union City Councilman Robert Garner on his graduation from the Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government.
From the MASC Institute of Government

Special to The Times

This story was submitted by the Municipal Association of South Carolina.

This story was submitted by the Municipal Association of South Carolina.

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