It’s Hannah Huston Day in Nebraska.
Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a proclamation honoring the Lincoln Public Schools teacher who is a contestant on NBC-TVs “The Voice.”
“She’s been a great ambassador and shows what hard work, talent, and determination can do to get through the round of The Voice where she’s gotten so far,” Ricketts told family and friends gathered for the proclamation signing last week.
In a video message, Huston, expressed her appreciation for all the support she’s received so far.
“A huge thank you to my family and my friends who have impacted my life. Thank you, Governor Ricketts, for this incredible honor. I never thought I’d have a day named after me… awesome,” Huston said.
Huston competes tonight for a spot on the show’s finale. Eight contestants vie for the four finalist slots.
Huston grew up in Grand Island and graduated from high school there. Huston is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She teaches preschool at Arnold Elementary School in Lincoln.
For more information on the show go the NBC website by clicking here.
You can also follow Huston on social media:
- Website: http://www.hannahhuston.co/
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/theHannahHuston/
- Twitter: @thehannahhuston
- Instagram: www.instagram.com/thehannahhuston/