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Professionals Speak to Students about Career Options

School NewsGreg Higgins
Lamar County Attorney Gary Young, left, and Paris Investigator Chris Bean, right, shed light to the founding of the Children’s Advocacy Center to Kadajana McPeters, Eric Pheng and fellow students.

Lamar County Attorney Gary Young, left, and Paris Investigator Chris Bean, right, shed light to the founding of the Children’s Advocacy Center to Kadajana McPeters, Eric Pheng and fellow students.

On behalf of Tiffany Page’s AVID class, Eric Pheng, right, presents North Lamar Panther ball caps to Gary Young, left, and Chris Bean, center, for talking to them about career options.

On behalf of Tiffany Page’s AVID class, Eric Pheng, right, presents North Lamar Panther ball caps to Gary Young, left, and Chris Bean, center, for talking to them about career options.

Lamar County Attorney Gary Young and Paris Investigator Chris Bean spoke to students at North Lamar High School about career options.  Students in Tiffany Page’s AVID class learned how closely the two professionals worked together on a daily basis and were educated on how the men depend on the expertise in other career fields. Students thanked the two guests by presenting them with a North Lamar Panther ball cap.