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FROM STAFF REPORTSMIDWEST CITY — Susan Eads is the new Ward 1 city council member, succeeding Daniel McClure Jr., who resigned last month for personal reasons.
Eads will complete the unexpired term of McClure, which ends on April 9, 2018, according to a news release.
Eads is a resident of the Original Mile and active in the neighborhood association, as well as the PTA at Jarman Middle School, where her daughter attends.
She grew up in Illinois and came to Oklahoma to attend the University of Oklahoma Law School, graduating in 1998.
From Staff ReportsFamilies visited Crystal Bridge at Myriad Botanical Gardens for a recent Reading Wednesdays program.
Parents and children worked with construction paper and other crafting materials to create winter scenes.