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Yellow Rose of Texas ceremony honors LaTonna Jones Wagner
By media release
Nov 8, 2018
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McKinney, Texas -- The Yellow Rose of Texas Commission was awarded to LaTonna Jones Wagner and the ceremony was held on Wednesday, October 24 at the Collin College Higher Education Center in McKinney.

Ms. Wagner was presented with a Proclamation from Fannin County Commissioner Dean Lackey declaring October 24, 2018 as LaTonna Wagner Day in Fannin County.

Fannin County Commissioner Dean Lackey and LaTonna Jones Wagner

Bonham City Councilman Kevin Hayes present LaTonna a Resolution from the City Council of Bonham recognizing her achievement in being selected as a Yellow Rose of Texas.

Texas Senator Bob Hall's Chief of Staff John Vick presented a certificate and a flag that was flown over the Texas Capital in recognition of Ms. Wagner, and David Chapman presented a Resolution from State House of Representatives District 62.

The Yellow Rose of Texas Commission was presented by Dr. Neil Matkin, President of Collin College and by Diane Morrison a fellow recipient of the Yellow Rose of Texas Award.

LaTonna was selected as a Yellow Rose of Texas Recipient by Governor Greg Abbott in recognition of her service to the Citizens of the State. The Yellow Rose of Texas Award is the highest award that the Governor can bestow on a Texas Woman.

Diane Morrison (left), Yellow Rose Recipient, with Dr. Neil Matkin and LaTonna Jones Wagner.

Bonham City Councilmember Kevin Hayes and LaTonna Jones Wagner.

Texas Senator Bob Hallís Chief of Staff John Vick and LaTonna Jones Wagner

LaTonna Jones Wagoner receives a proclamation from District 62.