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GED classes to continue

Thursday, February 26, 2009

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Representatives from the Knoy Resource Center include, front from left, Michael Nees and Toni Tomlinson, Knoy Resource Center, Elaine Peck, Putnam County Community Foundation, Michael Williams, Knoy Resource Center volunteer and back, from left, Sonny Stoltz, and Carrie Milner, Cloverdale Community School Corp. and Pam Lage, and Harold Heierman, TCU.
The Putnam County Community Foundation recently announced that with generous support from TCU Financial Services, GED classes at the Knoy Resource Center in Cloverdale High School will continue throughout the spring of 2009.

"TCU is honored to partner with the Knoy Resource Center and the Putnam County Community Foundation in supporting this valuable program," said Pam Lage, TCU Service Center Manager.

The Knoy Resource Center provides individualized, convenient, free, and high-quality GED classes for the public. Due to the high demand for classes, advance registration is required and may be completed by contacting Toni Tomlinson or Michael Nees at (765) 795-2495, Ext. 5562.

"Our GED instructors, volunteers and generous supporters are dedicated to providing excellent customer service and to helping each person achieve success," said Toni Tomlinson, Coordinator of the Knoy Resource Center.

All testing sites are handicapped accessible, and a complete list of test sites in Indiana can be found at: www.doe.state.in.gov/adulted/docs/gedtes...



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