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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 

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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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Courtesy photo / Stetson University Dr. Anne Hallum is featured on CNN for her work with Guatemalan children in need following a mud slide.

DELAND -- Since 1992, Stetson University Political Science Professor Dr. Anne Hallum's non-profit, the Alliance for International Reforestation, has helped more than 2,000 rural Guatemalan families protect their homes and villages from deadly mudslides by planting trees on mountainsides.

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Photo and story submitted by Dale Smith / Shawn Lane, president of Cudas Unhooked, right, receives a symbolic check for $3,000 from members of the Bouchelle Island Social Committee, from left, Sue Willard, Barbara Dees and Vicky Lillyforth.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Residents of Bouchelle Island have adopted Cudas Unhooked, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping at-risk students at New Smyrna Beach High School.

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Members of the New Smyrna Beach Middle School Stingrays dance team were wrapping Christmas presents for customers at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Daytona Beach  in exchange for donations.  

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Meet Elaine and Charlie Meyer, local philantropists who will be honored by the Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation for their college schoalarship donations to worthy NSB High School grasduates.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- The Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation will honor Charlie and Elaine Meyer at its annual National Philanthropy Day Dinner for their generosity in making college more affordable for New Smyrna Beach High School grads.

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