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3/23/05

SPC Hosts Open House in Plainview

Students interested in attending South Plains College in Plainview can attend an open house. Students can learn more about the college from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Representatives will be on-hand at the Houston school, 2417 Yonkers in Plainview.

SPC plans to offer 11 college classes in Plainview this fall.

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