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Heather Legg and Rip Watts, development officers for University advancement, recently spoke to the Hopkinsville Rotary Club and the Clarksville Downtown Kiwanis Club about Peay Pride and the economic impact that APSU has on this area.

Linda Sitton, director of APSU-TECTA, served on an education panel for Leadership Clarksville March 11. She offered insight on TECTA and the Tennessee Report Card now in place for every licensed program in the state. According to Sitton, it was the first time early childhood had been represented locally as part of school programs.
Heather Legg and Rip Watts, development officers for University advancement, recently spoke to the Hopkinsville Rotary Club and the Clarksville Downtown Kiwanis Club about Peay Pride and the economic impact that APSU has on this area.

Linda Sitton, director of APSU-TECTA, served on an education panel for Leadership Clarksville March 11. She offered insight on TECTA and the Tennessee Report Card now in place for every licensed program in the state. According to Sitton, it was the first time early childhood had been represented locally as part of school programs.