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Dr. Gaines Hunt, who retired June 30 after nearly 36 years of teaching and administrating, was featured in a story about his retirement in the June 25, 2006, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle.

Gregg Schlanger, professor of art, is seeking the District 5 Montgomery County Commission, according to an article in the June 24, 2006, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle.

Schlanger faces incumbent Robert Gibbs.
Dr. Gaines Hunt, who retired June 30 after nearly 36 years of teaching and administrating, was featured in a story about his retirement in the June 25, 2006, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle.

Gregg Schlanger, professor of art, is seeking the District 5 Montgomery County Commission, according to an article in the June 24, 2006, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle.

Schlanger faces incumbent Robert Gibbs.

Roy Gregory, executive director for University Advancement, was quoted in the June 24, 2006, issue of The Leaf-Chronicle in a story about the Wilma Rudolph memorial service.

Gregory spoke on the importance of the APSU Wilma Rudolph Memorial Scholarship, which as of April 30 totaled more than $61,300.

Dr. Carmen Reagan, professor of marketing, was featured in the July 9, 2006, issue of The Leaf-Chronicle in a question-and-session session with the newspaper, as she began her tenure as the new chair of the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce.

In the June 23, 2006, issue of The Leaf-Chronicle, Reagan also was noted in a story about the new leadership at the chamber.

Reagan took over as chair of the chamber for 2006-07, effective July 1. She is the second woman to chair the local chamber in its 101-year history.

In addition, Reagan was pictured in the July 8, 2006, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle for helping to break ground on a new $200 million, 270-bed hospital on Dunlop Lane, Clarksville. Reagan serves as board of trustees chair of the new hospital, which is a joint venture between Triad Hospitals Inc. and Gateway Health System.

APSU hosting the Tennessee Titans' training camp on campus has dominated news coverage the last couple of days.

Articles about the camp, scheduled for July 26-Aug. 11, appeared in the July 16, 2006, and July 17, 2006, editions of The Leaf-Chronicle.

According to the July 14, 2006, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle, APSU's Child Learning Center will be among local classrooms to offer prekindergarten programs during the 2006-07 school year.

The state recently funded 10 additional prekindergarten classrooms for the Clarksville Montgomery County School System.