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Children Of Disabled Veterans Can Take College Classes For Free
Updated February 12, 2014 7:13 AM | Filed under: Education
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(BEDFORD) - Lawrence County Veterans Service Officer Brad Bough told the Lawrence County Commissioners Tuesday morning that children of disabled military veterans, who plan to attend a state funded college, can take 124 hours of schooling for free.

"Graduation is only 4 months away and this is a great opportunity and it is absolutely free," Baugh says. "All they have to do is contact our office so we can get the paperwork filled out. But it is not just for graduating seniors anyone going to college that is a child of a disabled veteran can qualify, if they are 18 or 50."



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