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Fayette County School Counselor's Association (FSCA) names their 2009-2010 Officers

Pre-K-12th grade Fayette County School Counselors attend Fayette School Counselors Association (FSCA) meetings throughout the school year. The objectives of the FSCA are to advance the profession of school counseling; to promote an improved understanding and appreciation of guidance and counseling services; to enhance a spirit of unity, cooperation, support and fellowship among counselors and our communities; and to provide opportunities for professional development. From left are FSCA 2009-2010 officers Linda Williams (President), Tama Matthews (Treasurer), Brenda Cannington (Past President), Hope Huey (High School Setting Vice-President), Kay Eubank (President-Elect), and Kelly Hubbard (Secretary). Not pictured is Stacey Patterson (Elementary Setting Vice-President). Photo/Special.

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