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Hometown Hernando for Oct. 6

The Pasco-Hernando Community College Foundation recently received a $10,585 gift from the Florida College System Foundation. The gift was made possible from a grant through the Helios Education Foundation. Students receiving the scholarships will be referred to as Helios Education Foundation First Generation Scholars.

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Students who are the first in their families to attend college are eligible for the scholarship. Preference will be given to students who are preparing for a career in education with the intent to become a teacher in Florida. This installment will provide 21 scholarships for the 2013-14 academic year at PHCC.

The Anderson Snow Senior Softball League began its summer season May 7. The teams were named after their managers: Larry (Gianneschi), Paul (Johnson), Jerry (McCullough) and Kenny (George).

Recent results:

Aug. 20: Jerry, 17, Kenny, 6; Paul, 8, Larry, 7.

Aug. 22: Kenny, 14, Paul, 12; Jerry, 14, Larry, 5.

Aug. 27: Kenny, 4, Larry, 3; Jerry, 11, Paul, 7.

Aug. 29: Jerry, 6, Kenny, 5; Paul, 8, Larry, 3.

Sept. 3: Kenny, 10, Larry, 9; Jerry and Paul tied 6-6.

Sept. 5: Jerry, 11, Kenny, 6; Paul, 21, Larry, 9.

Sept. 10: Paul, 10, Kenny, 3; Jerry, 18, Larry, 9.

Sept. 12: Paul, 10, Jerry, 3; Kenny, 15, Larry, 8.



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Hometown Hernando for Oct. 6 10/04/13 [Last modified: Friday, October 4, 2013 7:02pm]
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