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Jeri Cable named State Farm MVP

Jeri Cable, a recent graduate of Glenwood Springs High School, has been named a State Farm Most Valuable Participant.

The State Farm MVP is presented to two students in Colorado each week based on their academic records and achievements in Colorado High School Activities Association-sanctioned activities.

Cable was honored for her participation in student council at Glenwood Springs High School. At the same time, she played on the Demon varsity basketball and maintained a 3.93 grade-point average.

The award was presented to Cable by Glenwood Springs State Farm agent Jeff Leonard.

The State Farm MVP program was initiated in 1994 by the company.

“This program is an opportunity for us to show our commitment to education in Colorado,” said Danny Thompson, Colorado State Farm vice president.

“It’s also a wonderful way to reward students for excelling inside and outside the classroom.”

The program is held in partnership with CHSAA and KOA radio.


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