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Tiger Foundation Awards Historic Figure, Longtime Counselor

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Tiger Foundation Awards Historic Figure, Longtime Counselor

Dr. Sybill Jordan Hampton addresses the Tiger Foundation after she is honored at the Awards of Excellence Dinner on Wednesday, December 6th. Hampton was the first African American to graduate from Central after attending all 3 years of school. At one of Hampton's high school reunions, she won the award for being the most educated. (Photo by Fran Delacey)

Dr. Sybill Jordan Hampton addresses the Tiger Foundation after she is honored at the Awards of Excellence Dinner on Wednesday, December 6th. Hampton was the first African American to graduate from Central after attending all 3 years of school. At one of Hampton's high school reunions, she won the award for being the most educated. (Photo by Fran Delacey)

Dr. Sybill Jordan Hampton addresses the Tiger Foundation after she is honored at the Awards of Excellence Dinner on Wednesday, December 6th. Hampton was the first African American to graduate from Central after attending all 3 years of school. At one of Hampton's high school reunions, she won the award for being the most educated. (Photo by Fran Delacey)

Dr. Sybill Jordan Hampton addresses the Tiger Foundation after she is honored at the Awards of Excellence Dinner on Wednesday, December 6th. Hampton was the first African American to graduate from Central after attending all 3 years of school. At one of Hampton's high school reunions, she won the award for being the most educated. (Photo by Fran Delacey)

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