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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Jun 17

The Fonda Family of Chattanooga, Tennessee Obituary from Chattanooga Times, 10 Jun 1922 – Jeremiah D. Fonda, 89, died yesterday morning at 8:10 o’clock at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Sue Fonda Scholze, at 1017 St. Elmo Ave, St. Elmo. Mr. Fonda leaves two daughters, Mrs. Sue Fonda Scholze, and Mrs. Lottie I. Boyce, […]

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May 03

Queen of the workout video Jane Fonda gets back in the old routine By Daily Mail Reporter – Last updated at 1:47 AM on 3rd May 2010 It takes more than hip and knee replacement surgeries to stop the queen of the workout video.  Jane Fonda defied her 72 years at the weekend, sliding into […]

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Mar 17

Attorney Honored with Community Service Award The Citizen – Fayetteville, GA – March 16, 2010 – Submitted by Ben Nelms Fayette County resident and attorney Angela Hinton Fonda was recently awarded the Justice Robert Benham Award for Community Service, presented by the State Bar of Georgia and the Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism. She was […]

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Nov 23

Three from Harvard receive American Rhodes Scholarships The Harvard University Gazette, November 23, 2008 Two Harvard College students and a Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) doctoral student have received Rhodes Scholarships. Thirty-two Americans were chosen from among 800 applicants for the scholarships to the University of Oxford in England. Kyle Q. Haddad-Fonda, Issaquah, Wash., […]

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