Submitted to the Herald Review OSCEOLA COUNTY\u00a0\u2014\u00a0George Gimore kicked off his campaign by participating in the\u00a0Standish Loyalty Day Parade on April 25, 2015. He has lived in Clare County for 38 years, teaching\u00a0agriculture, biology and science at Clare High School for\u00a0more than 30 years. Gimore is currently an administrator at\u00a0Mid-Michigan Community College and also an adjunct\u00a0professor in its science department.\u00a0He is a graduate of Michigan State University, with a\u00a0bachelor's and master's degree in agri-science\u00a0education. He has 30 post graduate credit hours in\u00a0administration from CMU, and he holds a Michigan teaching certificate, K-12 administrators certificate,\u00a0builders license, and auto dealer's license. Gilmore is a member of the Clare Church of the Nazarene,\u00a0Clare County Right to Life, Gideon\u2019s International and the National Rifle Association. Gilmore and his wife, Linda, have been married for\u00a043 years, have five children and eight grandchildren. George has coached Little League, served as Cub Scout Leader, church usher and board member.\u00a0He and Linda are active in the Clare County Republican Party; chairing the scholarship committee.\u00a0Gilmore is continuing to meet with residents of Osceola, Clare, Gladwin and Arenac counties, ready\u00a0to bring your concerns to Lansing and resolve issues that face the families of the 97th District.