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Coffee County CAC offers Free Training to Empower Adults to Prevent Child Abuse

The Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center offers free training to community members. The Coffee County CAC empowers adults to spot red flags and react responsibly to child abuse. The center’s authorized facilitators use Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children program to fight child abuse through education and prevention.  The Coffee County CAC held a training session June …

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Important Coffee County Virtual Academy Information

We have some important information for Coffee County High School (9-12) parents and students. First some questions; Does the traditional 8am-3pm school not work for you? Do you need a flexible schedule to be successful in school? Did distance learning appeal to you? If you answered yes then you need to go online to apply …

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The Smoke is coming back to Lynchburg

The Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational BBQ is back. It’s an international event like no other. Taking place Lynchburg Tennessee, the event draws more than 60 BBQ teams from around the world. The event was cancelled in 2020 due to Covid-19 concerns but returns this year Oct. 8 & 9. This will be the 32nd …

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Coffee County School System asking for your input

School districts across the nation are receiving additional funds from the federal government. This funding is known as “ESSER” and provides financial support to state and local educational agencies. The Coffee County school system is asking for input from local citizens. Please take a moment to provide your input on the additional ESSER 3.0 federal …

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Carole Garrison Memorial Nursing Scholarship Established at Motlow College

The Carole Garrison Memorial Nursing Scholarship has been established at Motlow State Community College by her family and friends to honor. Carole’s dedication and service in the nursing field. Garrison was a 1981 graduate of Motlow’s nursing program. She returned to college in her mid-thirties as a non-traditional student to pursue her dream of becoming …

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Motlow Group Wins National Awards

Motlow State Community College was bestowed multiple national-level awards from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) Paragon Awards during the spring. “The External Affairs Department continues to design award-winning marketing materials that bring national recognition to Motlow State that magnify the accomplishments occurring across our campuses,” said Motlow President Dr. Michael Torrence, …

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Schools Receive Grant Funding

The Tennessee Department of Education announced over $2 million in Perkins Reserve Grant awards to 38 school districts for the 2021-22 school year to support career and technical education (CTE) across the state.  This will especially help in more rural areas, aligned with regionally identified high skill, high wage, and/or in-demand occupations or industries. Coffee …

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Motlow State Announces Return to Normal Activities on All Campuses

Motlow State Community College is excited to announce a return to normal student and staff activities on all its campuses. The College recently moved to Pandemic Level 1, allowing it to open its campuses completely to students, staff, and visitors. All student support services are now fully open. Walk-in service is available. Students are welcome …

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Motlow Student Helping during Covid-19 Pandemic

When COVID-19 appeared in Tennessee, Guardsmen from across the state were ready to serve their community. Thousands volunteered to help in the fight against COVID-19, which gave some Guardsmen valuable experience while protecting the state. Airman 1st Class Marialuz Deavers, a combat medic with Nashville’s 118th Medical Group, was training to become an Advanced Emergency …

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Important Information for Coffee Co. Graduates and Families

CCCHS administration is carefully watching the weather forecast. We will make a final decision regarding graduation by 2:00 PM Friday, May 28. School leaders are doing this to ensure that they only move into the gymnasium and limit spectator numbers as a last resort. It is possible that the parade could be moved to later …

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