REP. JENKINS ANNOUNCES MONROE CO. STUDENT ACCEPTED TO U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY
WASHINGTON – U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) announced today that Clay Havens of Union has been admitted to the U.S. Naval Academy. Rep. Jenkins nominated Havens to the academy, and the academy has offered him admission to the class of 2021.
Clay Havens, the son of Kelly Crosier and Donald Havens, is a senior at James Monroe High School.
“I am proud to congratulate Clay on his admission to the U.S. Naval Academy and am confident that he embodies the best that West Virginia has to offer. Clay is eager to serve our nation, and he will make our state proud as he joins the Naval Academy. I am grateful for his willingness to join our armed forces and wish him all the best,” Rep. Jenkins said.
Rep. Jenkins nominated eight West Virginia high school students to U.S. military service academies this year, and Havens is the second to be offered admission by an academy. The first was Tyler Owens of Cass, who was admitted to the U.S. Air Force Academy.