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A Cheerleader for Warner

A Cheerleader for Warner

Paizley Whidden graduated in the top 5 percent of her Warner University class this spring, but that’s not what people talk about when her name is mentioned. Click here to read more about Paizley in this Ledger article. photo by PIERRE DUCHARME

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Warner Receives $1 Million Gift

Warner Receives $1 Million Gift

Warner University has officially named the new agriculture building on their campus, The Ed and Myrtle Lou Swindle Agriculture Complex, after a $1 million donation was made at a private fundraiser on May 16th. Plant City natives, the Swindles are involved in...

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Publix Grants Scholarships to Warner Students

Publix Grants Scholarships to Warner Students

Publix Super Markets Charities has been in existence since 1967. The foundation was established by George Jenkins, the founder of Publix, to support and improve life in the Publix communities. Publix Supermarkets are highly visible in communities throughout Florida,...

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Partnership with Florida Farm Bureau

Partnership with Florida Farm Bureau

The Florida Farm Bureau Federation and its Board of Directors have voted to donate $25,000 towards Warner University’s new Agriculture Complex. This donation helps toward the funds needed for the $2.8 million complex, which will begin construction on the Lake Wales...

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Warner Men Make an Impact

Warner Men Make an Impact

The weekend of April 17 through 19, 2015, was the annual Lake Wales Breakfast Rotary Club Boys Camp. Attending campers came from the local elementary schools in Lake Wales. Sixty 4th and 5th grade boys came to Circle F Dude Ranch, Friday, April 17 and stayed till noon...

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Warner Student’s Work of Art Featured

Warner Student’s Work of Art Featured

Laura Daugherty, a social work student pursuing a bachelor’s degree at Warner University recently had a work of art featured in The New Social Worker, the social work careers magazine. Topic: “What social work means to me” Title of Artwork: “Never Lose Hope”...

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Tom Freeman After Hours Reception

Tom Freeman After Hours Reception

Join us at Warner University as we honor the artist Tom Freeman at an After Hours Reception Tuesday, April 28 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Thomas A. Freeman Gallery Hall Dr. H. Darrel Darby Building Reception with refreshments Lake Wales Chamber of Commerce Flyer

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Professor Hill Publishes Work on Martha Layne Collins

Professor Hill Publishes Work on Martha Layne Collins

Dr. John Paul Hill, associate professor of history at Warner University, recently contributed a chapter to an edited collection entitled Kentucky Women: Their Lives and Times.  Hill’s article explores the life and political career of Martha Layne Collins, who served...

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Warner Men’s Volleyball Serving Others

Warner Men’s Volleyball Serving Others

Friday, February 13th was a special day for many. Our Royal men’s volleyball team spent the evening serving special needs children in Melbourne as part of the Tim Tebow Foundation’s “A Night to Shine Prom”.  The Royals, led by Coaches Steve Benson and Linda Gomez...

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Transfer Tuesday

Transfer Tuesday

Warner University understands your busy schedule and we want to make your course registration a pleasant experience.  We understand, as a transfer student, your schedule may require more individualized attention so we have created “Transfer Tuesdays!” Once you have...

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Swindles Match $500,000 Gift

Swindles Match $500,000 Gift

At the Warner University Ag Complex Groundbreaking, President Greg Hall was pleased to announce to the 700 people in attendance that an anonymous donor had pledged $500,000 in a matching challenge. The University had one year to raise the $500,000. The crowd broke in...

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