College Info Road Show stops at TCHS
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Students at Trigg County High School (above) listened to Mark Hoover (above center) of the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority talk about college tuition assistance on the College Info Road Show Bus, which was parked at Trigg County High School on Thursday and Friday.</i>
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Students at Trigg County High School (above) listened to Mark Hoover (above center) of the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority talk about college tuition assistance on the College Info Road Show Bus, which was parked at Trigg County High School on Thursday and Friday.

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Those in Trigg County who want to go to college had an opportunity to learn more Thursday and Friday last week.

The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority’s (KHEAA) College Info Road Show Bus was at Trigg County High School both days, and was open to the public from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days, although it was used by high school students all day Friday, said Cammie Evans, Career and Post-Secondary Coordinator for Trigg County Public Schools.

Evans said they wanted to have the tour bus an extra day this year so they could have it open to the public and not just to the students.

“It is equipped with 11 computers with Internet access, so people can get on and learn more about college programs, learn more about colleges themselves, fees and scholarship money,” said Evans.

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