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The Centerís Anniversary this Weekend Featured in The Daily News

The Centerís Anniversary this Weekend Featured in The Daily News

Daily News writer Pam Cassady has a great article that chronicles the history of The Center for Gifted Studies in Thursday’s Daily News. Click this blog post for the link to the entire story.

Don’t miss the anniversary event Saturday, July 2. The day begins with a brunch at the National Corvette Museum at 10:00 a.m. At 1:00 p.m. there is an optional visit to Aviation Heritage Park on Three Springs Road where there will be AHP board members giving tours. At 3:00 on campus, tours will be given of Schneider and Gary A. Ransdell Hall. The grand celebration will take place at 3:00 on South Lawn. There will be food, music by Jon Crosby and friends, inflatables, tethered balloon rides and lots of fun. Please come and join us.

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