OFFICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

CHIPOLA JUNIOR COLLEGE

3094 INDIAN CIRCLE

Marianna, FL 32446

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 1, 2000

LOCAL PLAYERS SIGN WITH CJC

MARIANNA—The Chipola women’s basketball program has signed two Malone High graduates and a Grand Ridge High graduate.

Grand Ridge High graduate D’Leisha Cockerham averaged 20 points and 5.7 rebounds per game during her senior season. She also averaged 3.3 steals and 1.5 assists. Cockerham also shot 78 percent from the free throw line and averaged two three-pointers per game. She is a Bright Futures Scholar, and graduated third in her high school class.

Chipola women’s head coach Jason Keene says, "D’Leisha shoots the ball very well. She’s very knowledgeable of the game and she’s an excellent student. I look for her to have two great years at Chipola, and with a little work on her ball-handling skills she could leave here and go on to the next level." Cockerham reportedly chose Chipola over Tallahassee and Gulf Coast Community Colleges.

Malone graduates Satoya Spates and Temecca Barnes, who led Malone to a 27-5 mark and the Regional Finals, also signed with CJC. Spates played most every position for the Tigers. She averaged 19 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals per game. An All District pick since eighth grade, Spates was first team All State in 1999 and All Big Bend in 2000. Keene says, Spates is a very good shooter. She will improve her ball-handling and gain some intensity for the college game, but she is probably division level right now." She was recruited by all four Panhandle Conference teams, but ultimately chose CJC over Gulf Coast.

Barnes averaged 17 points, 7 rebounds and 5 steals per game. She was an All State pick in 1999 and Big Bend Honorable Mention last season. Keene says, "Barnes is very quick and a very good defender. She needs to work on her ball-handling and shooting a little, but she is a very good athlete." She also was being recruited by Pensacola and Okaloosa-Walton.

The three players are Keene’s first recruits since he took over the CJC women’s program on May 22. 

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June 1, 2000

KIDS’ COLLEGE BEGINS MONDAY

MARIANNA—The first session of Kids’ College at Chipola Junior College is June 5-15; with Session II set for June 19-29.

Both sessions have morning camps from 9 a.m. to Noon and afternoon camps from 1-4 p.m. Early drop-off and late pick-up camps are available. Ages 7-12 are welcome.

Students may choose two classes for the morning camps and two classes for afternoon camps. Courses include: Music Around the World, Nature Lovers, Pom Pom Pizzazz, Rainy Day Fun, Stirring Up Books, Vivacious Volleyball, Water Mania, Weather Watchers, Awesome Animals, Nifty Newspapers, Sensational Soccer, Stars on Stage, Tech Trek, Time Travel, Vacation Paradise, Victorious Varieties and Dance Sampler.

Classes are scheduled in order that students may enroll in both sessions with minimal duplication. Cost is $55 and up.

Pre-registration is recommended. For information, call Margie Williams at 718-2239.

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OFFICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

CHIPOLA JUNIOR COLLEGE

3094 INDIAN CIRCLE

Marianna, FL 32446

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

June 8, 2000

CHIPOLA TO HOST RIBBON CUTTING FOR THREE NEW FACILITIES

MARIANNA--The Chipola Junior College District Board of Trustees and college president Dr. Dale O'Daniel invite the public to three Ribbon-Cutting Ceremonies on Tuesday, June 20 to celebrate the opening of three new college facilities.

The day’s events will begin at 11 a.m. with a ribbon-cutting at the W.B. Bill Reddoch Public Service Annex, located on Calhoun Road just off the Blue Springs Highway. Lunch will follow at 11:30 a.m. Bill Reddoch and his wife Jackie donated 20 acres of land for the annex that features a new 2,800 square foot range house/classroom. The annex also includes a certified defensive driving range for law enforcement officers; fire-fighting training facilities, with a drafting pond for rural fire-fighting; and a newly updated FDLE certified firing range for shotgun and rifle with turning targets, and the Range 2000 Automated Firearms Training System.

Ribbon-cutting and open house events for the new Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Laboratory and the long-awaited Literature/Language Building will begin at 2 p.m.

Tours of the OTA Laboratory will be given beginning at 2 p.m. Ribbon-cutting and tours of the Literature/Language Building begin at 2:30 p.m. A number of dignitaries are expected to be on hand for both events, which will include a reception and guided tours.

The 30,000 square-foot Literature/Language building includes the college’s first full-service elevator, internet-ready classrooms and a covered patio area for students. The building will house the college's Arts and Letters Division that offers courses in English, foreign language, humanities and literature.

The OTA lab consists of 12 state-of-the-art computers, training kitchen, bathroom and practice area.

The day’s events will culminate with the regular monthly meeting of the CJC Board at 6:30 p.m. rather than the usual 7 p.m. The Board nomination committee will meet immediately prior to the meeting.

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June 8, 2000

CHIPOLA WOMEN’S HOOPS PROGRAM SELECTS NEW ASSISTANT

MARIANNA— Jenny Anderson is the new assistant coach for women’s basketball at Chipola Junior College.

A native of Springfield, MO, Anderson played power forward at the University of New Orleans where she graduated in December 1999.

She was an All Sun Belt Conference pick her junior and senior years, and an All-Louisiana pick all four years. She also earned Academic All Conference honors. She averaged 14 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists per game.

Anderson played prep ball at Kickapoo High in Springfield. She was All State all four years, and a Street and Smith All-American.

Anderson joins new CJC women’s head coach Jason Keene, who took over in late May.

 

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June 8, 2000

Cutline: CJC Photo

CHIPOLA’S ISA SIGNS WITH UL—Chipola Junior College catcher Fernando Isa (seated) has signed a baseball scholarship with the University of Louisville in Kentucky. CJC coach Jeff Johnson says, "Fernando has a great throwing arm and he’s a fine receiver." Isa hit .315 during his sophomore year. At catcher he threw out 56 percent of steal attempts. He is the son of Fernando and Mildred Isa of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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June 8, 2000

ZERINGUE SIGNS WITH CHIPOLA

MARIANNA—Jessie Zeringue of Paulina, LA, recently signed a softball scholarship with Chipola Junior College.

Zeringue led St. Charles Catholic High School (Laplace, LA) to the 1998 Louisiana 2A State Championship. She had a .397 batting average, a .625 slugging average and drove in 43 RBI’s on the year. She also played for three American Softball Association (ASA) teams: the 97 Lady Hawks; the 98 and 99 Illusions that finished third in the state both seasons, and the 2000 Louisiana Outlaws.

A left fielder and catcher, Zeringue earned numerous honors, including: 2000 LA High School Coaches Association All Star, 2000-3A All District Team MVP, 2000 All River Parishes (Times Picayune) Team, 1999 All-District Team, 1999-2000 All River Parishes (L’Observateur) Team, 2A-All State Team (LSCA Coaches’ Poll), and the LA NSA State Tournament Coaches’ All State Team.

Jessie is the daughter of Greg and Beth Zeringue of Paulina, LA.

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June 8, 2000

SUMMER PROGRAMS CONTINUE AT CJC

MARIANNA—Chipola Junior College will offer a number of programs and camps for area youth this summer.

Kids’ College is set for June 19-June 29 (Session II). The session has morning camps from 9 a.m. to Noon and afternoon camps from 1-4 p.m. Early drop-off and late pick-up is available. Ages 7-12 are welcome. Participants may choose from eight morning camps and eight afternoon classes. Cost is $55 and up. Call Margie Williams 718-2239.

Swimming Lessons for all ages and levels of ability will be offered at the Chipola Pool. Three more sessions are available: June 19-29; July 10-20; and July 24-Aug. 3. Sessions include eight 45-minute lessons. Classes are offered at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., and 7:15 p.m. Cost is $35.

Chipola Basketball coach Ryan Cross will host a Summer Basketball League--for boys entering grades 9 through 12. An organizational meeting is set for June 16 at 7 p.m. at the Johnson Health Center. Games will be played beginning at 4 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday evenings, from June 19 through July 19, with one Friday game, June 30. Cost is $50. Cross also will offer two Basketball Camps for grades 1-5, July 10-13, and for grades 6-8, July 17-20. Camps meet from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $50. Call Ryan Cross at 718-2320.

Three Special Interest Pool Camps will be offered for ages 6-14. A Swim and Safety Camp is set for July 10-14. A Water Sports Camp will be from July 17-21; and Competitive Swim Camp is scheduled from July 24-28. Cost for either camp is $35. Call Kerry Waltz at 718-3466.

The Chipola Cheerleaders will hold two, one-day cheerleader clinics for ages 6-12 on July 13 and July 20 at the Arts Center. Both clinics will meet from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Cost will be $20 per clinic. Those who attend both clinics will receive a clinic T-shirt with their $40 registration fee. Contact Geraldine DeFelix at 526-2761, ext. 3322 or e-mail: defelixg@chipola.edu

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June 8, 2000

FAMU MEETING AT CHIPOLA IS TUESDAY

MARIANNA Florida A & M University will host a meeting Tuesday, June 13, at 5:30 p.m. in the Natural Science Building, D300. FAMU will offer a B.S. in Social Work and additional courses leading to a master’s degree in social work.

FSU currently offers a Bachelor of Nursing degree on the Chipola campus. The program allows licensed RN's to earn B.S. and M.S. degrees on the Chipola campus. Any RN or prospective RN who has an interest in pursuing a BSN degree should attend.

This Fall the University of West Florida will begin bachelor's degree programs in Special/Elementary Education and Criminal Justice. Both UWF programs and FSU's nursing program will have on-campus coordinators. FSU/FAMU College of Engineering has plans to offer the third year of core engineering courses at Chipola and Troy State University at Dothan has made a preliminary commitment to begin at least two business degrees, including MIS. FSU/PC will offer an Information Studies/Management on-line degree and will place a faculty member on-campus two or three days a week to assist students. Other, on-line, degrees are also available.

Dr. Kitty Myers, director of the University Center at Chipola, says, "It is extremely important that anyone interested in pursuing degrees--beginning this fall or later--attend information meetings. Future plans for the programs will be dependent on the response."

For information about these and four-year degrees offered on the Chipola campus, contact Myers at (850) 718-2260, or email myersk@chipola.edu

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OFFICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

CHIPOLA JUNIOR COLLEGE

3094 INDIAN CIRCLE

Marianna, FL 32446

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 15, 2000

Tuesday, June 20

11 a.m., RIBBON CUTTING--W.B. Bill Reddoch Public Service Annex

2 p.m., RIBBON CUTTING-- Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Lab

2:30 p.m., RIBBON CUTTING-- Literature/Language Building

CHIPOLA TO HOST RIBBON CUTTINGS FOR THREE NEW FACILITIES

MARIANNA--The Chipola Junior College District Board of Trustees and college president Dr. Dale O'Daniel will host Ribbon-Cutting Ceremonies Tuesday, June 20 to celebrate the opening of three new college facilities.

The day’s events will begin at 11 a.m. with a ribbon-cutting at the W.B. Bill Reddoch Public Service Annex, located on Calhoun Road just off the Blue Springs Highway. Lunch will follow at 11:30 a.m. Bill Reddoch and his wife Jackie donated 20 acres of land for the annex that features a new 2,800 square foot range house/classroom.

Ribbon-cutting and open house events for the new Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Laboratory and the long-awaited Literature/Language Building will begin at 2 p.m.

Tours of the OTA Laboratory will be given beginning at 2 p.m. Ribbon-cutting and tours of the Literature/Language Building begin at 2:30 p.m. A number of dignitaries are expected to be on hand for both events, which will include a reception and guided tours.

The 30,000 square-foot Literature/Language building includes the college’s first full-service elevator, internet-ready classrooms and a covered patio area for students. The building will house the college's Arts and Letters Division that offers courses in English, foreign language, humanities and literature. The OTA lab consists of 12 state-of-the-art computers, training kitchen, bathroom and practice area.

The day’s events will culminate with the regular monthly meeting of the CJC Board at 6:30 p.m. rather than the usual 7 p.m. The Board nomination committee will meet immediately prior to the meeting.

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June 15, 2000

SUMMER YOUTH BASKETBALL MEETING IS FRIDAY

MARIANNA—An organizational meeting for the Chipola Summer Basketball League is set for Friday, June 16 at 7 p.m. at the Johnson Health Center.

Chipola men’s basketball coach Ryan Cross will host the league for boys entering grades 9 through 12. Games will be played beginning at 4 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday evenings, from June 19 through July 19, with one Friday game, June 30. Cost is $50. Cross also will offer two Basketball Camps for grades 1-5, July 10-13, and for grades 6-8, July 17-20. Camps meet from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $50.

For information, call Cross at 718-2320.

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June 15, 2000

CHIPOLA ONE STOP MOVES TO NEW LOCATION

MARIANNA—The Chipola Junior College One Stop Career Center will move to new offices effective June 26, at 4638 Highway 90 East in Marianna, behind Click On Cleaners in the new Rim Plaza.

One Stop is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and provides numerous employment and social services. The center offers customized training conducted with a commitment by an employer to employ an individual upon completion of training. New offices will feature a client resource room with Internet, copier, fax, telephone, resume assistance, typewriter and personal computer.

The Center provides intake and orientation to services; assessment of skills, aptitudes and need for supportive services; job search, placement and referral; employment statistics, job listings; information on childcare and transportation and referrals; filing of claims for unemployment compensation; Welfare-to-Work eligibility and other non-WIA training programs.

One Stop also will provide "How To" group sessions; staff assisted job search and placement and career counseling. Intensive services include assessment to identify employment barriers and goals; and development of an individual employment plan to determine services needed.

One Stop also offers group and individual counseling and case management services, including: short-term pre-vocational assistance; development of learning skills, communication, interviewing, personal maintenance and professional conduct; adult education, literacy and on-the-job training; occupational skill upgrading and retraining; and paid and unpaid work experience including internships.

One Stop also provides Summer employment opportunities that are linked to academic and occupational learning. For information, call 526-2761, Ext. 3338.

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June 15, 2000

CJC OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT DEADLINE IS JUNE 23

MARIANNA--Essay and application deadline is June 23 for all persons interested in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program.

Twelve candidates will be selected to begin in the Fall Semester of 2000.

Applicants must have completed three prerequisite courses: general psychology, anatomy and physiology and college algebra.

For information about the program, or to obtain an application packet, contact: Wanda Lowe, OTA Program Director at 718-2437.

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June 15, 2000

CHIPOLA HOSTS SUMMER CAMPS FOR KIDS

MARIANNA—Chipola Junior College will offer a number of programs and camps for area youth this summer.

Kids’ College is set for June 19-June 29 (Session II). The session has morning camps from 9 a.m. to Noon and afternoon camps from 1-4 p.m. Early drop-off and late pick-up is available. Ages 7-12 are welcome. Participants may choose from eight morning camps and eight afternoon classes. Cost is $55 and up. Call Margie Williams 718-2239.

Swimming Lessons for all ages and levels of ability will be offered at the Chipola Pool. Three more sessions are available: June 19-29; July 10-20; and July 24-Aug. 3. Sessions include eight 45-minute lessons. Classes are offered at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., and 7:15 p.m. Cost is $35.

Chipola Basketball coach Ryan Cross will host a Summer Basketball League--for boys entering grades 9 through 12. An organizational meeting is set for June 16 at 7 p.m. at the Johnson Health Center. Games will be played beginning at 4 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday evenings, from June 19 through July 19, with one Friday game, June 30. Cost is $50. Cross also will offer two Basketball Camps for grades 1-5, July 10-13, and for grades 6-8, July 17-20. Camps meet from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $50. Call Ryan Cross at 718-2320.

Three Special Interest Pool Camps will be offered for ages 6-14. A Swim and Safety Camp is set for July 10-14. A Water Sports Camp will be from July 17-21; and Competitive Swim Camp is scheduled from July 24-28. Cost for either camp is $35. Call Kerry Waltz at 718-3466.

The Chipola Cheerleaders will hold two, one-day cheerleader clinics for ages 6-12 on July 13 and July 20 at the Arts Center. Both clinics will meet from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Cost will be $20 per clinic. Those who attend both clinics will receive a clinic T-shirt with their $40 registration fee. Contact Geraldine DeFelix at 526-2761, ext. 3322 or e-mail:

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June 15, 2000

Cutline: CJC Photo

CHIPOLA TELECOMMUNICATIONS GRADS—Thirteen students recently completed training in Chipola Junior College’s Telecommunications program. The students are now eligible for high-wage jobs in the field of telecommunications installation. The graduates are, from left: (front) Randall Davis of Caryville, Mike French of Caryville, Derick Balkcom of Chipley, Scott Duke of Caryville, Joseph Edwards of Marianna, Mark Register of Fadette, AL, (back row) instructor Charlie Burch, Gill Anderson of Bonifay, Ken Anderson of Bonifay, Clint Smith of Marianna, Jason Bush of Panama City, Brett Shepherd of Greenwood, Russell Saye of Cottondale, Chris Summerall of Grand Ridge and instructor Harry Fleener.

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OFFICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

CHIPOLA JUNIOR COLLEGE

3094 INDIAN CIRCLE

Marianna, FL 32446

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

June 22, 2000

CHIPOLA ONE STOP MOVES TO NEW LOCATION

MARIANNA—The Chipola Junior College One Stop Career Center will move to new offices effective June 26, at 4638 Highway 90 East in Marianna, behind Click On Cleaners in the new Rim Plaza.

One Stop is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and provides numerous employment and social services. The center offers customized training conducted with a commitment by an employer to employ an individual upon completion of training. New offices will feature a client resource room with Internet, copier, fax, telephone, resume assistance, typewriter and personal computer.

The Center provides intake and orientation to services; assessment of skills, aptitudes and need for supportive services; job search, placement and referral; employment statistics, job listings; information on childcare and transportation and referrals; filing of claims for unemployment compensation; Welfare-to-Work eligibility and other non-WIA training programs.

One Stop also will provide "How To" group sessions; staff assisted job search and placement and career counseling. Intensive services include assessment to identify employment barriers and goals; and development of an individual employment plan to determine services needed.

One Stop also offers group and individual counseling and case management services, including: short-term pre-vocational assistance; development of learning skills, communication, interviewing, personal maintenance and professional conduct; adult education, literacy and on-the-job training; occupational skill upgrading and retraining; and paid and unpaid work experience including internships.

One Stop also provides Summer employment opportunities that are linked to academic and occupational learning. For information, call 526-2761, Ext. 3338.

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June 22, 2000

CHIPOLA DEDICATES THREE NEW FACILITIES

MARIANNA--Chipola Junior College officials and friends of the college attended dedication ceremonies on June 20 to mark the opening of three new college facilities.

The W.B. Bill Reddoch Public Service Annex was dedicated in the morning. Reddoch and his wife Jackie donated 20 acres of land for the annex that features a new 2,800 square foot range house/classroom. The annex also includes a certified defensive driving range for law enforcement officers; fire-fighting training facilities, with a drafting pond for rural fire-fighting; and a newly updated FDLE certified firing range for shotgun and rifle with turning targets, and the Range 2000 Automated Firearms Training System.

The new Occupational Therapy Assistant lab, featuring state-of-the-art computers, training kitchen, training bathroom and practice area, was dedicated in the afternoon.

The day culminated with the dedication of the 30,000 square-foot Literature/Language building. The new facility includes internet-ready classrooms, atrium and covered patio area for students. The building will house the college's Arts and Letters Division that offers courses in English, foreign language, humanities and literature. Officials also dedicated the Jackson Junior College Lecture Hall located within the building. Jackson Junior College was a black community college that operated from 1960 to 1965.

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June 22, 2000

SUMMER YOUTH ACTIVITIES CONTINUE AT CJC

MARIANNA—A number of activities for area youth are ongoing at Chipola Junior College this summer.

Swimming Lessons for all ages and levels of ability will be offered at the Chipola Pool. Two more sessions are available: July 10-20; and July 24-Aug. 3. Sessions include eight 45-minute lessons. Classes are offered at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., and 7:15 p.m. Cost is $35.

Chipola Basketball coach Ryan Cross will offer two Basketball Camps for grades 1-5, July 10-13, and for grades 6-8, July 17-20. Camps meet from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $50. Call coach Cross at 718-2320.

Three Special Interest Pool Camps will be offered for ages 6-14. A Swim and Safety Camp is set for July 10-14. A Water Sports Camp will be from July 17-21; and Competitive Swim Camp is scheduled from July 24-28. Cost for either camp is $35. Call Kerry Waltz at 718-3466.

The Chipola Cheerleaders will hold two, one-day cheerleader clinics for ages 6-12 on July 13 and July 20 at the Arts Center. Both clinics will meet from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Cost will be $20 per clinic. Those who attend both clinics will receive a clinic T-shirt with their $40 registration fee. Contact Geraldine DeFelix at 526-2761, ext. 3322 or e-mail:

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OFFICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

CHIPOLA JUNIOR COLLEGE

3094 INDIAN CIRCLE

Marianna, FL 32446

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 29, 2000

 

REGISTRATION FOR CJC SUMMER CLASSES IS JUNE 20

MARIANNA--Registration for the second six-week summer term at Chipola Junior College is Tuesday, June 20, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Classes begin Wednesday, June 21. Late registrations will be accepted through Noon on June 22.

For more information, call the CJC Registration Office at 718-2211.

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June 29, 2000

PORTER IS CHIPOLA’S FIRST NBA PICK

MARIANNA—Chris Porter became the first Chipola Junior College basketball player to be drafted by the NBA when he was picked by the Golden State Warriors in the June 28 NBA Draft.

Porter, who played his junior and senior years at Auburn University, was the number 55 pick in the second round. As a junior, Porter was second-Team All-American, SEC Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year, and led Auburn in scoring (16) per game, rebounding (8.6) and steals (2.1). He led the Tigers to the 1999 Sweet 16. As a senior, he led the Tigers in scoring, averaging 14.6 a game, and was named Second Team All-SEC.

Porter played his freshman and sophomore years at Chipola Junior College in Marianna where he played for Carl Nash--a former Auburn assistant. Porter became the first CJC player to have his number (#34) retired. He also was Chipola’s first-ever first-Team All-American. He averaged 22.3 points per game as a freshman and 24.4 as a sophomore. Porter led Abbeville High School to Alabama’s 4A State title.

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June 29, 2000

CHIPOLA SUMMER CAMPS CONTINUE

MARIANNA—Chipola Junior College is offering a variety of activities for area youth this summer.

Chipola Basketball coach Ryan Cross will offer two Basketball Camps for grades 1-5, July 10-13, and for grades 6-8, July 17-20. Camps meet from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $50. Call coach Cross at 718-2320.

The Chipola Cheerleaders will hold two, one-day cheerleader clinics for ages 6-12 on July 13 and July 20 at the Arts Center. Both clinics will meet from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Cost will be $20 per clinic. Those who attend both clinics will receive a clinic T-shirt with their $40 registration fee. Contact Geraldine DeFelix at 526-2761, ext. 3322.

Swimming Lessons for all ages and levels of ability will be offered at the Chipola Pool. Two more sessions are available: July 10-20; and July 24-Aug. 3. Sessions include eight 45-minute lessons. Classes are offered at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., and 7:15 p.m. Cost is $35.

Three Special Interest Pool Camps will be offered for ages 6-14. A Swim and Safety Camp is set for July 10-14. A Water Sports Camp will be from July 17-21; and Competitive Swim Camp is scheduled from July 24-28. Cost for either camp is $35. Call Kerry Waltz at 718-3466.

 

June 29, 2000

CHIPOLA’S SUMMER SESSION I DEAN’S LIST ANNOUNCED

MARIANNA--Charlton Keen, vice president of Instructional & Student Services at Chipola Junior College, commends the 66 students who made the Dean’s List for academic achievement during the Summer Session I Semester of 2000.

To be placed on the Dean’s List, a student must take 6 or more semester hours of courses and make an average of 3.25 (B+) to 4.0 (A) in all courses.

Some 34 students made perfect averages of 4.0—straight A’s. These students and their hometowns are:

Altha—Amanda E. Branton, Robyn L. Parrish.

Blountstown—Afsheen Akbar, Gordon S. Bontrager, Amber L. Goodman, Annie J. House.

Bonifay—Margaret E. Dyl, Hilary J. Taylor.

Caryville—Tonya A. Brown, Carmen Sconiers.

Chipley—Wendy M. Davis, Karmen K. Grimes, Tiffany C. Parker, Carly D. Williams.

Clarksville—Justine A. Sawyer.

Cottondale—Machall D. Glover, Brenda. F. Wood.

Graceville—Richard B. Ivey.

Grand Ridge—Sandra A. Johnson.

Greenwood—Yolonda S. Groomes.

Malone—Edna M.Grice, Jaime B. Miller.

Marianna—Patricia A. Cabrera, Christy M. Cox, Maredith J. Nolen, Rachel L. Porter, Mitch E. Sims, Amber L. Williams.

Sneads—Rita A. Kirkland.

Westville—Kyle M. Hudson, Christina M. Jesson.

Some 32 students earned grade point averages ranging from 3.25 (B+) to 3.99 (A). The students and their hometowns are:

Altha—Tracy L. Basford, George M. Ellis, John D. Wallace.

Bascom—Pamela B. Eddins, Pattie R. Welch.

Blountstown—Jovana Ruzicic.

Bonifay—Amanda M.Booth, Chadwick W. Boswell.

Campbellton—Felecia A. Faxon, Tammy A. Yates.

Malone—Robin E. Calloway, Steven L. Hall.

Marianna—Eric D. Dawson, Holly K. Delaura, Sigrid A. Donaldson, Josiah M. Hall, Gloria J. Hansford, Brandon G. Highsmith, Kandi A. James, Jeremy C. Jarmon, Laurie B. Robinson, Tiffany L. Toliver, Amethyste M. Johnson, Sara N. Trageser, Erin E. Westmoreland.

Ponce De Leon—Rusty C. Miller.

Westville—Monica A. Griffin.

Out-of-District—Matthew B. Lero of Dothan, AL; Maegan L. Wester of Chattahoochee; Feliz A. Moises of Santo Domingo, DR; Billy R. Richter (all A’s) of Youngstown; Latasha Mathis of Albany, GA; Ryan Lewis (all A’s) of New Orleans LA; Elizabeth M. Hakey of Sturbridge, MA; Lance C. Buoncristani (all A’s) of Carson City, NV.

 

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