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What does IWC stand for?

IWC stands for Iowa Wesleyan College

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George Haw, 209 West Seventh Street, Atlantic, Iowa, admitted about 1943; born in Ottumwa, Iowa; fee appraiser, Home Owners Loan Corporation; senior member, Society of Residential Appraisers; past president, Iowa Association of Real Estate Boards; Des Moines Real Estate Board; attendee, Iowa Wesleyan College.
Before NVCC, Chavka served as assistant coach at Lamar Community College in Colorado, Iowa Wesleyan College and as an graduate assistant basketball coach at the University of Northern Colorado.
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Sources/Contributors - Angelina College - Boston Architectural College - Central Piedmont Community College - East Tennessee State University - Fordham University - Gogebic Community College - Iowa Wesleyan College - Lesley University - Massachusetts Maritime Academy - Nova Scotia Community College - Ohio Northern University - Pitt Community College - Rider University - St.
Thereare still another five tournaments so I've got achance#Adam LindsayfromBanchory is making his presence felt on the USCollege circuit since moving to Iowa Wesleyan College in Burlington last month.
In 1993, he was head football coach and associate athletic director at Iowa Wesleyan College, where he took a program with a 2-9 won-lost record and turned it into a 9-3 record in a single season.