Hallmark announces candidacy for Board of Education District 5


Lucas Hallmark is seeking election for the Etowah County Board of Education District 5 seat.

Born to Alan and Raynell Hallmark, Hallmark was raised in the Whitesboro Community in Etowah County. He is a graduate of Sardis High School.

Hallmark and his wife Kristi have lived in Sardis City for 24 years with their two daughters, Hannah Grace and Sarah Beth, who are also graduates of Sardis High School. He is currently serving his second term as an elected Sardis City Council Member.

Having worked for Etowah County for close to 25 years, Hallmark served as a School Resource Officer (SRO) for the Etowah County Sheriff’s Office since 2014. He has been honored to serve as Sergeant over the SRO Division for the past three years.

“As an SRO in our schools, I have seen firsthand the struggles and trials our great administration face in the day-to-day education system,” said Hallmark. “It is my goal to help provide much-needed tools and resources for our schools. Our children are our future – and their future depends on us. Your prayers and support are desired and appreciated.”

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