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Rosa Parks Museum to present free art therapy workshops for veterans

September 19, 2016
By Andy Ellis

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum will present a series of free art therapy workshops for area veterans beginning on Tuesday.

The Museum is working with local artist Mark Montoya, who specializes in the healing properties provided through art, to present the workshops, which will take place from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. each Tuesday for…

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Former Ambassador Joseph Wilson to address Alabama World Affairs Council

September 19, 2016
By Andy Ellis

Former Ambassador Joseph Wilson will discuss relations between the U.S. and Africa during a presentation of the Alabama World Affairs Council on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at Troy University Montgomery.

The presentation, “Africa and the U.S.: Past and Present,” will be held in the Gold Room, located on the second floor of Whitley Hall, beginning with…

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University assists City of Troy in receiving grant for batting cages

September 16, 2016
By Greg Phillips

For the last two years, Troy and Pike County residents have been unable to utilize the batting cages at the Troy Sportsplex.

Soon, thanks to the help of two Troy University professors, residents will be able to take all the swings they’d like free of charge.

The Baseball Tomorrow Fund recently awarded the City of…

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