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Clark State signs Norwells Glasgow

Beldon Glasgow signs with Clark State to continue his education and play baseball.


Norwell High School

Ossian Indiana

Beldon Glasgow son of Brandon and Kris Glasgow has signed with Clark State Community College to play baseball. The Norwell Senior when not playing baseball enjoys flying planes, playing dunk ball with friends, hunting, riding four wheelers

"I plan on becoming an airline pilot in the future" says Glasgow he has been playing baseball for 13 years.

Beldon gathers inspiration from his father Brandon, "He has worked so hard for the things we have today".

As a Sophomore Beldon has earned 2nd team all conference sophomore and junior seasons.

Favorite memory, Winning a sectional championship my freshman year and beating Carroll despite being down 7 going into the top of the 4th inning

Clark State Community College is a two-year college located in Springfield, Ohio. The school opened in 1962 under the name Springfield and Clark County Technical Education Program.

The school includes one of the many police academies in the state. As of 2018, the school had been approved for bachelor's degrees in web design and manufacturing technology, in addition to 125 day, evening, weekend and online certificate and associate degree programs.

On May 28, 2019, Mercy (healthcare organization) opened a new primary care on the Clark State Community College main campus. Construction began in February and spanned a 1,750 foot area. The facility will be the primary medical care facility for students and staff at Clark State Community College.

Mission Statement

To engage and empower diverse learners by providing high- quality educational programs and services that emphasize student and community success.

Vision Statement

Clark State Community College will be the leader in education by partnering with our communities, businesses and industries while achieving the highest levels of student success within a culture that provides intellectual, personal and professional growth.

The full photo album will be posted the evening of 11-15-2019 at Greenbear Photography on Facebook. All photos on Facebook may be downloaded, tagged or shared free of charge courtesy of Parkview Huntington Hospital.

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