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Teacher turns boys into men with the 'Gents Club'
Nathaniel Shelton pushes teens to find their talents
Gainesville resident Nathaniel Shelton has spent his career helping young men develop the skills they need to thrive. He started the “Gents Club” in the 1960s at E.E. Butler High School and still works as a substitute teacher at Gainesville City Schools.
Nathaniel Shelton has a knack for helping young people find their talents. It’s a skill he honed during his years as a teacher and social worker for the Gainesville City Schools. Shelton, 76, retired in 2005 but still works as a substitute teacher for Gainesville middle and high schools.