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Another Reason I'm Glad I Attended NGC

by Linda 'Vee' Venable

Although there are many reasons why I’m glad I attended North Georgia, I’m going to talk here about one that will come as no surprise to those of us lucky enough to have known people in the Class of ‘67. Even though I graduated “With the class that was so fine; hail to the Class of ‘69!” the Class of ‘67 will forever hold a special place in my heart. That’s because they saved my life —literally -- and I don’t think a single one of them is aware of that.

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Reflections of NGC

by Alan Dunaway

In the Fall of 1965 I enrolled as a freshman at NGC. I had played the snare drum in my high school marching band but wanted to be in a rifle company, not the cadet band. Not knowing any better, I indicated on my admission application that I played a musical instrument. Imagine my disappointment when I arrived in Dahlonega on a sunny September Sunday to find myself assigned to Sanford Hall, the band dorm, while my five other high school classmates had all been assigned to Golf Company.

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It Begins

by Linda 'Vee' Venable

"Memories, light the corners of my mind. Misty waters cover memories of the way we were. . . "

Well, enough of that! I never could sing, anyway!! However "hokey" that may be, the words above always come to mind when I think of my days at North Georgia.

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