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Perdue, Hine are Junior Lions

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    KINGFISHER LIONS CLUB member Jarod Hendrix, left, is pictured with January 2020’s Junior Lions, Elizabeth Perdue, center, and Wes Hine. [KT&FP Staff Photo]

Kingfisher High School seniors Elizabeth Perdue and Wes Hine have been named the Junior Lions for January 2020.

The honor is presented by the Kingfisher Lions Club.

Perdue is the daughter of Jim and Debra Perdue.

She is active in 4-H, FFA, student council, cheerleading, Business Professionals of America and has held a number of offices in those activities.

She’s been inducted into the National Honor Society, Oklahoma Honor Society, has been named KHS Student of the Month, won the Kingfisher County Distinguished Young Women 2020 competition, is in the Kingfisher County 4-H Hall of Fame and is a national certifi ed parliamentarian.

During her FFA career, Perdue has been a part of national championship teams in conduct of chapter meeting and ag issues competitions. She’s also been a part of state championship teams in ag issues, conduct of chapter meeting and parliamentary procedure.

Perdue plans to attend Oklahoma State University and major in agribusiness and ag communications pre-law.

Hine is the son of Randy and Laura Hine.

He’s been active in football, wrestling, basketball, track and field and Fellowship of Christian Athletes during his high school career.

He’s been listed on the principal’s and superintendent’s honor roll

Hine has earned a number of football honors and was also named the KHS Student of the Month in December 2019.

He signed to continue his football career at the University of Northern Iowa.

Hine plans to pursue a career in sports medicine.