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Photos by Henry Frederick / Four teachers are recipients of the 2011 Crystal Apple Awards handed out by the Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce for their outstanding service in the classroom: They are Kelly Conway of New Smyrna Beach High School, Marsha Kim of Read-Patillo Elementary School, Theresa Cameron of Indian River Elementary School and Kendra Blazi of New Smyrna Beach High School.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- As the school year winds down, four teachers stand proudly at the head of the class in greater New Smyrna Beach. They are the epitome of educational excellence and have been recognized for their teaching abilities with "Crystal Apple Awards" by the Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce. 

NSBNews.net, a proud member of the chamber, salutes Kelly Conway, Marsha Kim, Theresa Cameron and Kendra Blazi in our exclusive video coverage of the recent luncheon.

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Earlier this month, New Smyrna Beach High School put on its annual Student Directed One Act Plays. I had the opportunity to participate in playing a fairly large role with a monologue. This year three seniors who took drama all four years were able to direct three very different plays.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Excessive is the way to describe the number of people on the search committee to choose a new president for Daytona State College: 22. And of those members, 15 are directly tied to the college either as an employee or board member.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Gov. Rick Scott today announced four reappointments and four new appointments to the District Board of Trustees of Daytona State College.

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The second annual Jammin' in the Park by the New Smyrna Beach High School Cudas band and others has come and gone, but the music and the energy continues from the April 9 fundraiser at Hawk's Park in Edgewater.

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Stetson University student Jason Sauter and his girlfriend, Nancy Vidarte.Courtesy photo / Stetson student Jason Sauter and his girlfriend, Nancy Vidarte, will report on the Royal wedding for CNN.

DELAND -- Stetson University student Jason Sauter isn't necessarily a big fan of the Royal Wedding, but his girlfriend is, and he won a CNN contest to cover it. And she's going with him.

Check out the full story as reported by the Orlando Sentinel. Click the attachment here: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/education/os-stetson-student-covers-royal-weddi20110420,0,2592632.story 

NSBNews.net, also known as VolusiaNews.net, provides Volusia County 24 / 7 Internet newspaper coverage, 100% free with breaking news, news of record and investigative reports from New Smyrna Beach, FL, for a 21st-century digital world. 

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Courtesy photo / Stetson University is handing over its CFO reigns to Robert F. Huth Jr., a New England college administrator.

DeLand -- Robert Huth Jr., an experienced business and finance administrator who currently serves as executive vice president at Middlebury College in Vermont, has been named vice president for business and chief financial officer at Stetson University.

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EDGEWATER -- The New Smyrna Beach High School swim team has lost its pool at the Aqua Park Aquatic Center and as a result may fold, according to a story by WESH-TV in Orlando.

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Courtesy photos / Not since 1956 has Stetson University fielded a football team as shown here. That's about to change in less than three years. Women's Lacrosse has been added as well.

DELAND -- Are you ready for some football?

Well, then get ready for the return of Hatter Football.

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Courtesy photo / Volusia Schools Superintendent Margaret Smith urges county residents to 'make their voices heard' regarding proposed cuts in education spending by the governor.

DELAND -- Volusia Schools Superintendent Margaret Smith said if Gov. Scott's proposed budget with a 10 percent cut in spending is enacted, governor's budget of a 10% cut is enacted, the district budget here will be reduced by $44.5 million, the equivalent or 936 additional positions in all categories.

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