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Published Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 10:00 am

CCC&TI Graduates Nurse Aides, Phlebotomists

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute celebrated a new class of Nurse Aides and Phlebotomists with a course completion ceremony at the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center in Lenoir. Those recognized during the ceremony include:

Caldwell Nurse Aide Group 1

Maria Castro, Terri Clark, Tamara Haynes and Lizatte Vazquez, Bridget Azucena, Ana Chacon, Olivia Coffey, Sandra Flores, Jessica Greene, Carlie Lape, Thomas Pennell, Brian Stafford and Amber Welker.

Caldwell Nurse Aide Group 2

Lauren Clontz, Anisha Dula, Danielle Evans, Kaitlyn Hawkins, Rebecca Hawkins and Destinee Hood, Desmond Johnson, Lauren Parham (Merit Award), Angela Rowe (Peer Award), Larissa Sanders and Makayla Worley, Heavan Dixon, Brian Escobar Cruz and Vera Lambert.

Caldwell Nurse Aide Group 3

Jordyn Easterling (Peer Award), Trevor Kanupp, Emily Lambert, Skylar Lingerfelt and Elizabeth White, Paiga Bortnick, Jessica Cabrera, Gabrielle Cortese, Jacob Craig, Jennifer Farrar, Jonathan Greene, Lacosta Hall, Riley Jenkins, Brooke Johnson, Sierra Johnson, Taylor McClain, Amanda Phillips, Olivia Sain and Sarah Williams.

Caldwell Phlebotomy

Suzanna Enloe, Victoria Fuller, Jasmine Kincaid and Brianda Molina, Macey Clark, Camyra Dula and Ashely Howell.

Watauga Phlebotomy

Dawn Carey and Ashley Dillard, Brooke Banner, April Howell, Krystal Pertzborn, Savannah Rooney, Destiny Starnes, Karen Watson, Rachel Weiner and Abigail White.

Watauga NAACP Unity Event Saturday at Brookshire Park

The Watauga Branch of the NAACP and King Street Church will host the Third Annual Community Unity Event at Brookshire Park, Saturday, September 24, 2-6 pm. The gathering is an opportunity to celebrate our community, meet old and new friends, play kickball and soccer, talk, eat. There will be face-painting, some music, and a mural to create to express our hopes for the future. Come, bring your children and a snack to share (if you can) and enjoy the afternoon with us. Brookshire Park is just off Hwy  421, between the bridge close to Bamboo Rd. and the Boone city limit.

Food Lion Associates to Remodel Hunger and Health Coalition Food Pantry

What:            
Local Food Lion associates will refurbish the food pantry at Hunger and Health Coalition as part of the company’s “The Great Pantry Makeover” event. Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC.

In celebration of Feeding America’s Hunger Action Month, Food Lion is joining this powerful movement by remodeling and stocking the shelves at more than 30 local food pantries across its 10-state footprint during its second annual “The Great Pantry Makeover.” Hunger Action Month is a nationwide campaign mobilizing communities to take action on eliminating hunger.

Who:             
Local Food Lion leaders & associates
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC representatives
Hunger and Health Coalition representatives

When:           
Thursday, September 22, 2016
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Where:
Hunger and Health Coalition
141 Health Center Dr.
Boone, N.C.

About Food Lion 
Food Lion, based in Salisbury, N.C., since 1957, has more than 1,100 stores in 10 Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic states and employs more than 65,000 associates. By leveraging its longstanding heritage of low prices and convenient locations, Food Lion is working to own the easiest full shop grocery experience in the Southeast, anchored by a strong commitment to affordability, freshness and the communities it serves. Through Food Lion Feeds, the company has committed to provide 500 million meals to individuals and families in need by the end of 2020. Food Lion is a company of Delhaize America, a U.S. division of Amsterdam-based Royal Ahold Delhaize Group (OTC: ADRNY). For more information, visit www.foodlion.com.

Kites and History at Beech Mountain Sept. 23

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New Terrain Park Ski Options at Beech Mountain

BEECH MOUNTAIN, NC -Beech Mountain Resort is set to unveil a new terrain park this winter. Aptly named The Park, the newly-constructed facility is the largest terrain park in resort history. It caters to riders with rotating freestyle features, a dedicated snowmaking system, new light towers, and a surface tow lift providing top-notch conditions in the park day and night.  The Park, which has more than 50 features in its inventory, now has more acreage to build more elaborate jumps and features.
As an added bonus, relocating the park away from the Powder Bowl slope recaptures prime terrain for skiers. For the last seven years, the terrain park’s location on the Powder Bowl slope limited the amount of skier traffic that section could handle. Powder Bowl will now re-open as skiable terrain with a blue square designation.   “This project is not only extremely important to our dedicated park riders, it also increases skiable terrain for the general customer base,” says terrain park manager Ric Wilkinson.
By building the new terrain park in an area that was previously unused, the resort has created more slopeside lodging.  “We are very pleased with the results of this project because it does so much to enhance the guest experience at Beech Mountain Resort,” says General Manager Ryan Costin. “It increases the amount of skiable acreage, creates better flow for snowboarders and skiers and allows us to handle more skiers at peak times.”
For more information on Beech Mountain Resort’s new terrain and capital improvements for the 2016/17 season, please visit beechmountainresort.com or email info@skibeech.com.

October Jewelry Making Class at Western Watauga Senior Center

Basic Jewelry-Making Class (Wire-Wrap Workshops) at Western Watauga Community/Senior Center. Learn to make unique wire-wrapped jewelry pieces to give as gifts or for yourself! Workshop fee of $25 which includes tools and equipment needed. A list of additional materials will be provided at time of registration. Workshops are from 1-3 Oct. 5th, Oct. 12th, Oct. 19th, and Oct. 26th. To register, call Cindy, Director of the Senior Center, at 282-297-5195. Limited space available!

ASU Board of Trustees to Meet Thursday and Friday

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY

The Board of Trustees of Appalachian State University and its several committees will meet on Thursday and Friday, September 22 and 23, 2016, at the Plemmons Student Union (PSU) on the campus of Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina.  Meetings will be held according to the following schedule:

 

Thursday, September 22, 2016

 

1:00 p.m.                                  Student Development Committee

Room 417 – Beacon Heights Room

 

2:00 p.m.                                  Academic Affairs Committee

Room 415 – Rough Ridge Room

                     

2:00 p.m.                                 Business Affairs Committee

Room 417 – Beacon Heights Room

 

3:00 p.m.                                 Athletics Committee

Room 415 – Rough Ridge Room

 

4:00 p.m.                                  Endowment Fund Board

Room 417 – Beacon Heights Room

 

5:00 p.m.                                 Audit Committee

Room 413 – Linn Cove Room

 

 

Friday, September 23, 2016

 

8:00 a.m.                                 Trustees’ Breakfast with Chancellor Everts

Room 417 – Beacon Heights Room

 

9:00 a.m.                                 Board of Trustees

Room 420 – Parkway Ballroom

 

AGENDA

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY

 

Friday, September 23, 2016

9:00 a.m.

Parkway Ballroom

Plemmons Student Union

 

 

  1. Call to Order

Chair Bradley T. Adcock

 

 

  1. Recognition of Visitors

Chair Adcock

 

 

  1. Approval of Absences                                                         ACTION

Chair Adcock

 

 

  1. Approval of Minutes of Meeting of June 24, 2016,     ACTION

July 5th, 2016; July 14th, 2016 and August 30th, 2016

Chair Adcock

 

 

  1. Remarks from Chancellor Sheri N. Everts                           INFORMATION

 

 

  1. Report from the Academic Affairs Committee (Appendix A)            ACTION

Chair John M. Blackburn

 

 

  1. Presentation on College Access Partnerships from       INFORMATION

Academic Affairs

 

 

  1. Report from the Business Affairs Committee (Appendix B)ACTION

Chair Donald C. Beaver

 

 

  1. Report from the Student Development Committee (Appendix C)INFORMATION

Chair Carole P. Wilson

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Report from the Audit Committee (Appendix D)           ACTION

Chair Charles V. Murray

 

 

  1. Report from the Athletics Committee (Appendix E)     ACTION

Chair James M. Barnes

 

 

  1. Remarks from Chair Adcock                                               INFORMATION

 

 

  1. Nomination of Board of Trustee Chair and Vice Chair         ACTION

 

 

  1. Election of an Endowment Fund Board member                    ACTION

 

 

  1. Closed Session

 

 

  1. Open Session

 

 

  1. Adjournment

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