PCPS Announces 2021 Hall of Fame Inductees

PCPS Announces 2021 Hall of Fame Inductees

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Polk County Public Schools is proud to announce the district’s Hall of Fame inductees for 2021.

The new Hall of Fame members are:

  • Charles “Dick” Mullenax, educator and former Polk County School Board member (Mulberry High Class of 1965)
  • Robert L. Trohn, attorney and law firm founder (Lakeland High Class of 1950)
  • Howard Wiggs, businessman and former Lakeland mayor (Mulberry High Class of 1965)
  • Oziemar Woodard, educator and administrator

Inductee bios are available at polkschoolsfl.com/halloffame.

Each will be honored during an invitation-only ceremony on Friday, June 4, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Auburndale Civic Center. The ceremony will later be posted to the district’s YouTube channel.

The Hall of Fame began in 1985 to honor PCPS students who have made significant professional contributions in the arts, business, clergy, education, entertainment, government, law, military, medicine, sports or other fields. Inductees are chosen each year from nominees submitted by the public.

For more information about the PCPS Hall of Fame, including bios of past inductees, visit polkschoolsfl.com/halloffame.

 

 

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