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Adult Education Receives Mini Grant from American Woodmark

Clinton County Adult Education was presented with a mini grant from American Woodmark Foundation on April 24, 2017.  This money will be used for a GED Scholarship fund to provide financial assistance for students having difficulty paying for GED testing fees.  In recent years, the cost of the GED has skyrocketed, and this has deterred many students in our low income area from pursuing the GED test.  Clinton County Adult Education is very thankful for the opportunity to provide financial assistance so students can pursue their educational endeavors.  If you would like information about the GED or GED classes, please call Nicole or Mitch at (606) 387-6648.

Clinton County Adult Education was presented with a mini grant from American Woodmark Foundation on Monday, April 24th.  

Left to right:  Jerry Starns, Mitch Latham, Tiffany Hancock, Crystal Humphrey, Angela Bell, Amy Garner Abner, and Nicole Cross.  





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