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Motlow College announces winter closing dates

Posted on December 19, 2014 at 4:48 am

Motlow College will close for winter break on Wednesday, Dec. 24, at 4:30 p.m., and will reopen on Friday, Jan. 2, according to college officials. The closing applies to computer labs, libraries and other facilities at all Motlow College locations, including the Moore County campus and the Fayetteville, McMinnville and Smyrna centers. Spring 2015 semester classes begin on Tuesday, Jan. 20, and the last day to register or add classes

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  • Foster Grandparent volunteers needed

    Posted on December 17, 2014 at 10:53 am

    Volunteers are needed for the Foster Grandparent Program. Foster Grandparents are role models, mentors and friends to children with exceptional needs. The program provides a way for volunteers age 55 and over, and within income guidelines, to stay active by serving children and youth in their communities Some of the fringe benefits include compensation (termed stipend) that does not affect SS, SSI, VA, Food Stamps, Public Housing or any other

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  • International Festival

    Posted on December 10, 2014 at 6:47 am

    International Fest

    Rebecca Swain, (right) dual-enrollment student and senior at Riverside Christian Academy, won a passport contest during Motlow Fayetteville Center’s International Festival. Laura Monks, director, presents Swain with a portable stereo speaker as her prize. The festival is in celebration of cultural diversity and to help educate students about study abroad opportunities. The festival included food, clothing, crafts, flags, music and more from countries around the world. During the passport contest,

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  • All State Choir

    Posted on December 9, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    All-State Choirs

    Lincoln County High School chorus members Sara Nimo (left) and Shannon McCool (right) are recognized by the state. Both ladies performed Tuesday evening, Nov. 18, at First Baptist Church in Nashville in the Tennessee Mid-State Honor Choirs and were also selected to the Tennessee All-State Honor Choirs which represent the top one percent of high school vocalists in Tennessee. Pictured with the students is Angela Beale, LCHS choir director.

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  • Youth summit Friday at LCHS

    Posted on December 8, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    Amy Lowe, Lincoln County High School teacher who is co-chair with Shannon Haston (not pictured) of the "Respect Program", holds one of the posters displayed in the school that encourages a respectful attitude.  ~ Staff photo by Laurie Pearson

    On Friday, Dec. 12, more than 200 people will participate in a Youth Summit at Lincoln County High School presented by “Move 2 Stand”. Nashville-based Eric Johnson, with the “Students Taking a Right Stand” program, is heading up the presentation, which will include 200 students, teachers and community stakeholders. “I think when you have something this big, you need the community involved … it’s good to have partnership and open

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  • Coble seeks help to attend Harvard leader summit

    Posted on December 3, 2014 at 4:07 pm

    Coble, Logan

    Fayetteville’s Logan Coble, an eighth grader at Fayetteville Middle School, is seeking the community’s financial support so that he can attend the People To People Leadership Summit to be held in July at Harvard University. The 14-year-old was nominated by Amy Starr, one of his teachers at Fayetteville Middle School to the prestigious organization’s annual event. People To People, a predecessor to Peace Corps, was founded in 1958 by President

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  • Great American Smoke Out

    Posted on November 24, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    Great American Smokeout

    Fayetteville High School students, along with teacher Linda Dorris, partner with Samantha Bagley, health educator of Lincoln County, during National Great American Smoke Out Day on Nov. 20. Students made paper flip flops and stated why they chose not to smoke. The 1,200 flip flops on the bulletin board behind the students represent the number of people who die each day related to tobacco use. ~ Staff photo by Laurie

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