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TCC student veterans invited to meet with Governor Scott

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (May 12, 2014) – Eight Tallahassee Community College students are among a group of 25 area student veterans set to be honored at the Capitol Tuesday, May 13 at 9 a.m.


The students from TCC, Florida State University and Florida A&M University were invited by Governor Rick Scott to attend the regularly scheduled Cabinet meeting. Governor Scott will sign a Memorial Day resolution as part of the meeting to honor student veterans for their service.


“We want to thank the Governor for being there and recognizing of hard work of student veterans in the community,” said Ronnie Taylor, president of TCC’s Student Veterans Association.


The Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs has held ceremonies throughout the state for nearly a year for Governor Scott to honor veterans, according to Colleen Krepstekies, public affairs manager of the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs.


“We’re delighted to be able to honor student veterans,” said Krepstekies. “It’s a great opportunity to thank them for their service.”


For more information, contact the Department of Veterans’ Affairs at (850) 487-1533 or visit their Web site at​

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