Kids Voting Northern Kentucky presented the organization’s highest honor, its Civic Leadership Award, to retiring Campbell County Clerk Jack Snodgrass during a luncheon on Tuesday, March 12 at the Radisson Hotel in Covington.
The Kids Voting Northern Kentucky Civic Leadership Award is presented to a citizen of Boone, Campbell or Kenton
counties for exemplary leadership in the public arena.
A lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky resident, Jack Snodgrass is in his final year of as the Campbell County Clerk. The event celebrated his service to the Northern Kentucky
community through civic leadership. Past recipients of the award are former Kenton County Judge Executive Ralph Drees, Congressman Ken Lucas and former Secretary of State Trey Grayson.
Additionally, students at the elementary, middle and high school level were recognized with awards related to Kids Voting’s mission of civic education.
“Jack is a longtime friend and supporter of Kids Voting Northern Kentucky. He has been an advocate and ambassador for our mission of civic literacy and engagement. Jack is a shining example of public and civic service for the students we will honor and beyond,” said Carri Chandler, chairperson for the annual luncheon.