Letters to the Editor

McGann gets support in school board campaign

Our friend, colleague and neighbor, Tina McGann, is running for Position 4 on the Enumclaw School District. If you have not had the pleasure of meeting or working with Tina, we would like to share why we feel she should be your vote in the November election.

We have known Tina for as long as she has lived in Black Diamond with her husband Jack and three young sons. As soon as her boys entered elementary school, Tina jumped right in volunteering in the classroom and joining the PTA. She quickly made a name for herself as a dedicated parent, friend, and strong advocate for our children. Tina established herself as PTA president for two years and is now serving as our secretary for a second term – never wavering in her continued commitment. She clearly understands and is comfortable in a leadership role. Tina is always approachable, understanding, and compassionate.

We are continually amazed at her devotion to everything she is involved in – always working for her community, her school, her friends and her family. She seeks out ways to better herself and the world she is surrounded by. Tina attends every Enumclaw School Board meeting – passionately representing her community and the children and families of Black Diamond Elementary. She has been very involved in keeping herself up-to-date on the growth of Black Diamond and is always open to sharing her feelings about helping our community grow in a healthy way.

Her life is about fighting for our children and it shows in everything she does. Tina is the best candidate for the Enumclaw School District Position 4 and we would be very fortunate to have her in our corner.


Paul Notch and

Heather Invie-Notch


Black Diamond


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