PHOTO PROVIDED / THE VILLAGE REPORTERNEW FACILITY … Four County Career Center is pleased to announce the expansion of its educational facilities with the acquisition and renovation of a building in the Bryan community. The building, which was acquired by FCCC a couple of years ago, has undergone significant renovations led by the skilled maintenance and technology crew from FCCC. This newly refurbished facility will serve as a valuable resource housing the Bryan Career Based Intervention classes for high school seniors and the FCCC Adult Education Aspire classes for adult learners. The opening of this new location in Bryan demonstrates FCCC’s dedication to offering a wide range of educational opportunities for students and adult learners of the Bryan community. Shown are FCCC personnel who actively participated in the project (LEFT TO RIGHT) Curtis Hedrick (Technical Specialist); Josh Montgomery (Bryan CBI Instructor); Josie Lirot (Aspire Coordinator); Jennifer Wade (Bryan CBI Instructor); Jeff Slattery (Superintendent); Matt Bogert (Building & Grounds Supervisor); Brandon Hancock (Asst. Building & Grounds Supervisor); Dr. James Harris (Aspire Instructor); Ray Gibson (Career Technical Supervisor); Rick Hupe (Director of Operation); Rick Biddle (Maintenance); Rick Bachman (Director of Career & Technical Education); and Chad Rupp (Maintenance).