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Thanks to a donation from the Washington-Beaufort County Board of Realtors to the Beaufort County Community College Foundation, students interested in trades related to housing, including HVAC technician and residential wiring, will have new access to classes.
Thanks to a donation from the Washington-Beaufort County Board of Realtors to the Beaufort County Community College Foundation, students interested in trades related to housing, including HVAC technician and residential wiring, will have new access to classes.
 
The Cannon Foundation awarded $95,000 to Beaufort County Community College to replace its deteriorating heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system in its Advanced Manufacturing Building.
The Cannon Foundation awarded $95,000 to Beaufort County Community College to replace its deteriorating heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system in its Advanced Manufacturing Building.
 
A heating, ventilation and air conditioning series will start in August to give students the skills they need to succeed in a high-demand career.
A heating, ventilation and air conditioning series will start in August to give students the skills they need to succeed in a high-demand career.
 
Further your skills in HVAC repair or welding. Help grow your business
 
It's the holidays. Time for good cheer, glad tidings and songs of the season. Good will to all, peace and joy
It's the holidays. Time for good cheer, glad tidings and songs of the season. Good will to all, peace and joy
 
Many of our State's buildings are in horrible condition, as outlined by the Raleigh News & Observer after a tour with Governor Pat McCrory.
Many of our State's buildings are in horrible condition, as outlined by the Raleigh News & Observer after a tour with Governor Pat McCrory.
 
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