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TVCC to purchase Central Park and old armory from City of Athens

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Press release

Trinity Valley Community College and the City of Athens have reached an agreement for the college to purchase the property known as Central Park and the former National Guard Armory now being used as the City’s Development Services Center and Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The purchase was approved by the Athens City Council and by the TVCC Board of Trustees at their respective meetings held Monday, November 28.

After the decision Monday night, Athens Mayor Jerry Don Vaught said, “City Council is very pleased to have come to a fair agreement on the purchase of the Central Park property with TVCC. We feel strongly that the college will have the best use for the property with possible future expansion of college facilities. This will be a great benefit to the Athens community and the future prosperity and growth of Athens overall.”

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C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl tickets on sale at Trinity Valley Community College

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Tickets for the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl are on sale at Trinity Valley Community College.

The No. 4-ranked Cardinals (10-1) are scheduled to play the No. 5-ranked Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers (9-2) at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3, at Bulldawg Stadium in Copperas Cove.

Advance tickets are $10 for general admission and may be purchased at the TVCC football field house, business office in the administration building or Cardinal Gym. The College has an allotment of 250 tickets and all proceeds from advance sales go to the College.

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Pettiet family establishes TVCC nursing scholarship

Pictured: Jimmy and Kim Pettiet present a check establishing the Lená Pettiet Memorial Nursing Scholarship to TVCC Vice President of Institutional Advancement and TVCC Foundaion Director Kristen Bennett, TVCC Board President Ray Raymand and TVCC President Dr. Jerry King. (Courtesy photo)

Pictured: Jimmy and Kim Pettiet present a check establishing the Lená Pettiet Memorial Nursing Scholarship to TVCC Vice President of Institutional Advancement and TVCC Foundaion Director Kristen Bennett, TVCC Board President Ray Raymand and TVCC President Dr. Jerry King. (Courtesy photo)

Press release

The family of Lená Pettiet donated $40,000 to the Trinity Valley Community College Foundation Tuesday to establish a nursing scholarship in their daughter’s name. Pettiet was a 2010 graduate of TVCC’s Associate Degree in Nursing (RN) program who died in May from injuries sustained in a Van Zandt County collision in February. TVCC Health Science instructors and former classmates paid tribute to Lená’s compassion, sense of humor and dedication to the nursing profession.

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TVCC PTK Chapter inducts new members

TVCC PTK Fall 2016 Inductees

TVCC PTK Fall 2016 Inductees

Press release

Trinity Valley Community College’s Alpha Iota Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa inducted 57 new members during ceremonies held November 6 on the Athens campus. Chapter advisors Nancy Long and Dr. Michael Felty welcomed the new members and installed officers for the 2016-17 academic year. Scott Keon and Stephanie Do will act as Co-Presidents, with Vice President Sarah Hornby, V.P. for Service Jacqueline Latko and Past President Niyaz Murtazin.

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No. 4 TVCC to face No. 5 NW Mississippi in C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl

TVCC LogoBy Benny Rogers/TVCC Sports Information

The fourth-ranked Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals have accepted an invitation to play in the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl in Copperas Cove on Saturday, Dec. 3.

The Southwest Junior College Football Conference champion Cardinals will face the No. 5-ranked and defending NJCAA champion Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers. Game time at Bulldawg Stadium is 11 a.m.

“We are looking forward to playing in the Heart of Texas Bowl again,” said TVCC athletic director/head football coach Brad Smiley, who was the SWJCFC Coach of the Year for the third time in four years. “We have had great experiences in Copperas Cove and we are excited to play a highly-ranked and very good Northwest Mississippi team there this year.”

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