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Colleges> Southern Virginia Higher Education Center

SVHEC makes pitch for more funding

Halifax Education Foundation changes name to reflect mission

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‘Champion of education’ honored with portrait at SVHEC

South Boston News
William E. Coleman was recently honored at a reception hosted by the Halifax Educational Foundation and the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center. More than 50 community, education, and business leaders recognized Coleman for his service to the both organizations, and as a champion of education. From left, South Boston Mayor Ed Owens, Tom Raab, Coleman, W.W. “Ted” Bennett, Chris Lumsden, Doug Bowman, Linda Owen, Aubrey Houghton, Arthur Reynolds, and Dr. Joesph Ferguson.

Cutting the ribbon in quest for jobs

South Boston News
Gov. Terry McAuliffe cuts the ribbon to officially open the IT Academy at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center Tuesday. Participating in the ribbon cutting are, from left, first row, Nettie Simons-Owens, Evon Fieman, Secretary of Commerce Maurice Jones, Betty Adams, McAuliffe, Tom Raab, Dietra Trent, Marque Medley, Tad Deriso and IT Academy manager Kelly Shotwell. Back row: Daniel Andre. Doug Bowman, South Boston mayor Ed Owens, Del. James Edmunds, Nelson Stevens and David Willette. (David Conner II photo)
McAuliffe pledges support for higher ed center’s new IT training academy

SVHEC cuts ribbon on new IT Academy

Welding test center gains backing

South Boston, SVHEC to seek grant funds for training initiative

‘Unparalleled commitment’ to literacy memorialized

South Boston News
Members of the family of the late Hank Bruining gathered at the SVHEC on Friday afternoon for the dedication of a reading bench in his honor. Bruining was remembered for his commitment to spreading literacy in the community. Standing are his sons Nick (with wife Kate) and Sam, Marilyn Bruining, Hank’s wife, and son Matthew. Sitting on the new bench are four of Bruining’s seven grandchildren: Katelyn, Noah, Jack and Ben.
SVHEC reading bench dedicated in memory of Dollar General’s Hank Bruining

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