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Julia Bolin Eyes BOE Seat

By Staff | Mar 28, 2018


Julia Bolin announces her candidacy for the Tyler County Board of Education. She states, “I believe that education is paramount to improving the lives of our community members, country and world. I respect the students and believe that it is imperative that all youth are given the same opportunities to excel and achieve their goals. I also give that same respect to those that choose to work within the public education system. I am proud of the education that my children received in Tyler County Schools.”

Over the past twelve years, Julia Bolin has had the pleasure of working within Tyler County Schools teaching nutrition education to elementary students as an employee of West Virginia University Extension Service. She believes that children are like sponges; they soak up knowledge that will stay with them for a lifetime. Bolin is employed as a Nutrition Outreach Instructor and is passionate about improving the health and wellness of Tyler County youth. Children need healthy bodies and educated minds so that each and every student has the opportunity to reach for the stars and achieve success!

Bolin values her volunteer work within the Tyler County community and currently serves as the president of MAPLES (the friends of the Tyler County Public Library), serves as a board member for the Tyler County Family Resource Network and she participates in the Tyler County Schools Wellness Committee. She is the Corresponding Secretary for P.E.O. Chapter U and is the past-president of the Tyler County Master Gardeners.

Julia Bolin is a graduate of West Virginia University and has also achieved the designation of Certified Culinarian from the American Culinary Federation.

Julia and her husband Alan have five children; the three youngest, Caitlin, Nathan and Rebecca, are proud alumni of the TCHS Silver Knights. They own and operate Sycamore Creek Farm, providing fresh fruits and vegetables to their customers and the community.

Julia Bolin believes that Tyler County students have much potential and states “I believe in the promise that education brings to our community. Through education, we are ‘Growing Tyler County’s Future’.”

Vote Julia A. Bolin for Tyler County Board of Education on May 8, 2018!

Her contact information is: ajbolin@gmail.com or follow her campaign on Facebook: www.facebook.com/BolinforBOE/