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|Beebe praises state’s 2-year college system|
|Monday, 25 October 2010 17:14|
Gov. Mike Beebe said Tuesday that Arkansas has one of the best systems of two-year colleges in the nation.
Addressing the Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges Academic All-Star Award Brunch in the Hot Springs Convention Center’s Horner Hall, Beebe said, “Two year colleges perform in a fashion and a manner and delivered to our people a quality product that opened my eyes, and I’m going to suggest that they opened the eyes of the people of Arkansas to the point that we’ve got one of the best systems of the entire United States of America, and I am proud to be a part of it.”
TWO-YEAR COLLEGES: Gov. Mike Beebe, second from left, talks with Sally Carder, president of National Park Community College, second from right, and the school’s Outstanding Student Katherine Brantley, right, and her parents William and Lorie Duke, of Prescott, during the Arkansas Association of Two-year Colleges Academic All-Star Awards brunch at Horner Hall on Tuesday.