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TCC to celebrate Women’s History Month honorees on March 26

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (March 17, 2014) – March is Women’s History Month and to celebrate the occasion Tallahassee Community College will recognize 10 women from the community, as well as five of the College’s outstanding female students, during its annual Women's History Month Celebration on Wednesday, March 26. Cherry Hall Alexander, former director of the TCC library, will also be honored.

The event will begin at noon in room 105 of the College’s Workforce Development building. This year’s national Women’s History Month theme is “Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment.” 

TCC’s 2014 Women’s History Month community honorees are: 

  • Cherry Hall Alexander – Legacy Award
  • Janelle R. Baker
  • Lynne Corbett
  • Sarah A.  Figgers
  • Josephine Gamboa-Montgomery
  • Shelia Morris
  • Diana Janopaul
  • Libby Penrod
  • Kelly Sciba
  • Pat Smith
  • Annie Gainous Thompson

TCC students being honored during Women's History Month are: 

  • Katie Lilly
  • Amanda Grimsley
  • Davlinn Roberts
  • Ariana Trautmann
  • Cody Traweek

Janegale M. Boyd, R.N. and president/CEO of LeadingAge Florida, will be the guest speaker for the event. Wednesday’s event is open to the public and admission is free. 

For information about TCC’s Women’s History Month Celebration, contact Jarrett Phipps at or Melissa Scalzi at


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