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On Thursday, Nov. 11, the Kiwanis Club is honoring Dr. Preston Hubbard, professor emeritus of history, for his contributions as a veteran and Clarksville resident. At 10:15 a.m., Hubbard will be at the Montgomery County Courthouse to view the Faces of Valor exhibit, which features Hubbards experiences during World War II. An invitation-only luncheon will be followed by a reception at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Library, where Hubbard has donated his personal papers. Hubbards friends and colleagues are invited to the reception.
On Thursday, Nov. 11, the Kiwanis Club is honoring Dr. Preston Hubbard, professor emeritus of history, for his contributions as a veteran and Clarksville resident. At 10:15 a.m., Hubbard will be at the Montgomery County Courthouse to view the Faces of Valor exhibit, which features Hubbard's experiences during World War II. An invitation-only luncheon will be followed by a reception at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Library, where Hubbard has donated his personal papers. Hubbard's friends and colleagues are invited to the reception.

Marissa Chandler, interim director of TRIO Student Support Services, recently co-chaired the 2005 joint TASP (Tennessee Association of Special Programs)/KAEOPP(Kentucky Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel) Conference in Lexington, Ky. As Tennessee conference chair for the remainder of a two-year term, Chandler has begun planning next year's joint conference in East Tennessee.