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After nearly a year of planning and production, the 2012 Fluvanna County High School yearbook will be delivered and distributed to 2012 graduates on Tuesday, July 24, at the new high school.

“We’re very excited for students to see the 2012 yearbook,” said Yearbook Adviser Elizabeth Pellicane. “This year’s book, which has the theme ‘Locked in Memories,’ has the most amazing design elements and the largest number of photos of any FCHS yearbook ever. Our Yearbook Team students really outdid themselves this year,” she said.

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After nearly a year of planning and production, the 2012 Fluvanna County High School yearbook will be delivered and distributed to 2012 graduates on Tuesday, July 24 at the new high school.

“We’re very excited for students to see the 2012 yearbook,” said Yearbook Adviser Elizabeth Pellicane.

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Ed Breslauer discussed health care optionsHealth care insurance was the main topic at the school board meeting Wednesday (July 11).

Finance Director Ed Breslauer, has solicited a variety of health care insurance providers requesting information on their health care plans. He and his staff have narrowed the health insurance providers down to three finalists out of five after receiving the request for information. The three are Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Coventry Southern Health and Benefit Planned Administrators who also have CIGNA programs.

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Guided tours of Fluvanna County’s new high school will be held Thursday (July 12) and Thursday (July 26).

The July 12 tours will last from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. with the guided tours beginning every 15 minutes. The July 26 tours will run from 6 to 8 p.m. with the guided tours beginning every 15 minutes.

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Kaitlin Blake Driver of Palmyra has been named to the President’s List at Clemson University for the spring 2012 semester. Driver is majoring in therapeutic recreation.

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