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The Holcombe Era will undoubtedly be remembered for the efforts of the college to assist in workforce development
The Junior College of Broward County was first governed by the Broward County Board of Public Instruction
The Forman Center was re-dedicated in 1999
The Floyd County Sound Bluegrass Band put the Tigertail boathouse to good use
The Omni, shown just after its completion in 1980
The Omni Auditorium, opened in 1980
The Robert E. Ferris Center, more widely known as the Hospitality Center
The Seahorses' third baseman waits for the throw
The Ralph R. Bailey Concert Hall has grown to become the focal point
Judson A. Samuels, for whom the South Campus is named
John Payne served as a member of the Advisory Board
Kimara March, who had been home-schooled until she began classes at BCC
Lloyd Cassels served as a member of the Advisory Committee
John H. Payne addresses the audience at dedication ceremonies
Judy Bowen became vice president for development
Not all of the constructions on BCC's campuses have been BCC buildings
On August 24, 1977, South Campus opened its doors
One of the greatest accomplishments of Dr. Adams was making the college a multicampus institution
On North Campus, the two-story, L-shaped Health Science Center II occupies the space where the original campus building stood
North Campus, dedicated in February 1972

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