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Tuesday January 25th, 2022 5:31PM

Hall recognized for service to LTC Board of Directors

By Staff
OAKWOOD - Lanier Technical College President Ray Perren recently recognized retiring board member John Hall for his nearly three years of service to the college on its Board of Directors.

"The college would not be going in the positive direction it is on without the hard work and dedication of outstanding Board Members like John Hall," Dr. Perren said. "Our students, faculty, staff, board and trustees, make Lanier Technical College what it is. John Hall is a big part of that."

Hall was the publisher of the Forsyth County News, South Forsyth News, and the Dawson Community News for ten years.
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