Seminole State College held its inaugural Service Recognition and Retiree Luncheon on Friday, April 9, at the Heathrow Country Club.
This event combined recognition of employees who have reached service milestones with a celebration of upcoming retirements. The Heathrow gathering marked the first time these celebrations have been held off campus. The honorees received framed recognition certificates and a Seminole State College photo frame. The retirees received a Seminole State photo frame and a glass recognition plaque.
30 years of service
25 years of service
20 years of service
15 years of service
10 years of service
5 years of service
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