Dec 17

BHS Yearbook Production Now A Popular Class By Christi Boortz, Curriculum & Professional Development Department Posted on December 16, 2015 Blind and visually impaired high school students were excited when a new class showed up on the FSDB course schedule for the fall semester, among the usual listings. Technically “Journalism 1,” the class focuses on […]

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Sep 14

Starting from Scratch September 13, 2012 By Kelly Dyer Today, at the venerable age of 90, Professor Emeritus Dr. Bob Fonda cheerfully admits that he has seen many milestones over the years at Minnesota State Mankato. One of those would most certainly be celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Dental Hygiene Program, which Fonda started […]

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Mar 23

Longtime University Professor Honors Mother, Assists Students by Establishing New Endowed Scholarship Cal Poly Pomona Campus News – Week of January 14, 2002 (older article, just found it) Ed Fonda remembers how his mother influenced him and his sister to pursue advanced degrees. Each eventually obtained a Ph.D., degrees that opened doors of opportunity in […]

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Apr 27

Fonda couple leaves strong legacy Gazette Reporter, April 27, 2008 Wemples set up scholarships Fonda, NY – This year’s high school graduation at the Fonda-Fultonville school district will mark the start of a unique legacy left by a village couple known for hard work and community service. About a dozen students unlikely to afford college […]

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Mar 01

AC Fonda – Charleston Stop Anthony Cornelius Fonda (1818-1893) was the 6th of 10 children born to Cornelius Isaac and Alida VanVranken Fonda of Albany, New York.  He was baptized at the Boght Becker Reformed Dutch Church in Colonie, NY.  AC came from a family of farmers, but he took an interest in education.  In […]

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