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You can purchase your own set of UNT license plates bearing the university logo and support the UNT License Plate Scholarship Program at the same time. The plates, recently redesigned, can be purchased for a fee of $30 in addition to the regular registration fee. The county motor vehicle registration/tax assessor-collector office keeps $5 per set of plates, and $25 is sent to the university to be used for scholarships. Last year, the UNT program distributed about $6,000, awarded to UNT students who are Texas residents, are enrolled at least half time and demonstrate financial need.

Applications for the purchase of plates are available from your county motor vehicle registration/tax assessor-collector office or online. (Click on VTR-228 to access the application for collegiate license plates. Follow the instructions there for submitting the application and fee. Upon approval, the special plates will be manufactured and mailed to your county motor vehicle registration/tax assessor-collector office.)

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Hooping It Up
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Basketball is still a way of life for Deon Hunter (’89), who led the Eagles in scoring with 17.9 points per game as a point guard before graduating. Hunter is now chair of Hoop Hunter Basketball, offering camps and clinics for players from the junior high level to the professional ranks. He helped Dallas youngsters improve their basketball skills even while he held other jobs, but a few years ago he decided to become a full-time private coach. He began by helping individuals, then offered clinics and camps. “I like helping kids get better at this game,” he says. “I love to see the joy in their eyes when they do something the right way.”

From the June 27 Denton Record-Chronicle

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