Free Massages Nov. 5

October is National Physical Therapy month and CF Physical Therapist Assistant students will be celebrating by offering fall risk screens followed by a free 20-minute massage on Thursday, Nov. 5, between 1-4 p.m. at the University Center. To make an appointment, contact Patti Hooker at ext. 1644 or hookerp@cf.edu. 

Free Massages Oct. 29 and Nov. 5

October is National Physical Therapy month and CF Physical Therapist Assistant students will be celebrating by offering fall risk screens followed by a free 20-minute massage on Thursday, Oct. 29, and Nov. 5, between 1-4 p.m. at the University Center. To make an appointment, contact Patti Hooker at ext. 1644 or hookerp@cf.edu. 

New Staff Parking Decals

It is that time of year to replace your parking decal if you have not done so already. Decals can be obtained in two ways: (1) Stopping by the Public Safety office in Ocala Campus, Building 55; or (2) Completing the parking decal request form on the CF intranet. As a reminder, these changes were

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Spin Classes Resume

CF Health and Wellness is happy to announce the SPIN program has resumed classes.  Classes will be held in the gym on the schedule below and follow these guidelines:             Monday, Wednesday, Friday             noon-12:45 p.m.             Tuesday and Thursday                       

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Employee Headshots, Nov. 4

Do you need a new headshot for the employee directory, LinkedIn, Facebook or a professional publication? If you are a new employee, your current head shot is more than a few years old or includes a CFCC logo or name badge, it’s time! CF photographer Berry Davis will set up a temporary studio Wednesday, Nov.

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CF Presents ‘Intimate Apparel’ Oct. 15-18

CF’s Theatre Department presents “Intimate Apparel,” Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 15-18, starting at 7:30 p.m. online. This play by Lynn Nottage is directed by Dr. Kathleen Downs, CF associate professor of Theatre, and presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service Inc. in New York. Set in 1905, the play is a deeply moving portrait of Esther,

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