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King selected to lead TVCC while Forgey suspended

TVCC LogoDr. Jerry King was named President Pro Tem (temporary president) of Trinity Valley Community College Monday night, according to a college press release. Dr. King is a long time employee and Vice President of Instruction.

The move came after a special called meeting of the board Monday night.

The board suspended President Glendon Forgey with pay last week. Board President Ray Raymond told the Athens Daily Review the suspension came after the board was presented “conflicting governmental documents by the college president without acceptable explanation.”

According to Monday’s announcement, the college will post more details on its website Tuesday.

TVCC volleyball team becomes first back-to-back winner of Cardinal Cup

Cardinal Cup LogoBy Benny Rogers/TVCC Sports Information

The volleyball team at Trinity Valley Community College has hit the Cardinal Cup trifecta.

Tuesday night at the sixth annual TVCC Sports Banquet, the Lady Cardinal volleyball team was again awarded the Cardinal Cup — the prize for a fall/spring semester-long competition in which the college’s athletic department teams/groups are awarded points for supporting each other and for community service.

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TVCC President Glendon Forgey suspended


Glendon Forgey

The Trinity Valley Community College Board of Trustees suspended President Glendon Forgey with pay Monday evening pending an investigation into his contract.

While the board didn’t verbalized the exact charges against Forgey, the president and the board are at odds over the length of his contract.

Details were sketchy Monday night, but the board did not announce who would be in charge of the college during Forgey’s suspension.

TVCC Spring Art Auction and Show set for April 26-May 1

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Trinity Valley Community College Art Department announces the Student Art Auction and Show to be held on the Athens campus. The show runs Monday through Sunday in the Ginger Murchison Learning Resource Center lower and upper lobbies during regular hours weekdays, 1-5 p.m. Saturday and 2-5 p.m. Sunday.

“As always, I have had fantastic students and I can’t wait to show them off,” said instructor September Kirk. Bidding for the auction will open at 10 a.m. Monday the 26 and close at 3 p.m. Tuesday the 27. Proceeds from the sale support the art department. The public is invited to attend and bid on the auction pieces.

TVCC offers nursing course in Canton

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By Mark Meredith/TVCC Public Information

Certified Nurse Aides are in high demand, and for those interested in beginning a medical career, CNA training is a great way to jump start your career. Trinity Valley Community College Continuing and Workforce Education department announces a summer CNA course to be held in Canton. The course will be held at Crossroads Church, 1930 S. Trade Days Blvd., beginning with orientation on May 10. Those who pass the course are eligible to participate in the state of Texas Certification exam.

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