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Santa Fe College honors women this month

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Seven inspirational women will be honored by Santa Fe College at the Women of Distinction and Women of Promise awards next Tuesday. This prestigious award has been around for more than two decades and has honored acheivements of women from the Alachua to Bradford County service district. WUFT-FM’s Laura McKeeman brings us more on one of these special women.

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