Dave Maxwell
Kyle Zierow, Lincoln County High student, receives a check for $3,300 from Emilia Cargill of Coyote Springs. The money will help with the costs of the students taking a trip to Washington, D.C., at the end of February.

Coyote Springs Senior Vice President and General Counsel Emilia Cargill presented students of Lincoln County High School with a check for $3,300 to help with the cost of their trip to Washington, D.C., at the end of February.

The presentation was made at the county commission meeting on Monday.

Cargill said, “The Seeno family and Coyote Springs are very proud to join all the businesses and individuals in Lincoln County that support the students that go to Washington to see our government in action and where our country got its start. We are happy to be a part of all of the support that Lincoln County gives its students.”

She encouraged other businesses in the county to add support as well, “even if it’s just one dollar per student.”

She thanked County Commission chair Paul Donohue for allowing her to be on the meeting agenda to make the presentation.