Taylor Visitors

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CAREER TECH STUDENTS VISIT TAYLOR

FUTURE WELDERS –Students from John C. Stennis Vocational Complex-Kemper County Schools-visited Taylor Machine Works and the Big Red Fire Museum on Wednesday, Oct. 16. They all returned to campus with a greater knowledge about welding … Read more

Flag donation

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Woodmen of the World Area Manager Jerry Hemphill recently presented an American Flag to the Nanih Waiya Softball Team.… Read more

County donation

Pictured are Winston Co EMA Director Buddy King, Woodmen Area Manager Jerry Hemphill, and Winston Co Sheriff Jason Pugh.

Woodmen of the World Chapter 102 recently donated a TV to the Winston County EMA to replace one that was damaged.  This TV will enable the EMA to make presentations to county and city officials of possible emergencies and the … Read more

BCA support

Pictured are (first row, from left) instructor Christy Ferguson, Alisha Dunn of Philadelphia, Tiffany Watkins of Lawrence, Victoria Burt of Louisville, Leah Ferguson of Philadelphia, Angela Anderson of Decatur, Toretha Norman of Newton and staff members Shelia Stamper and Laura Thorne; and (second row, from left) staff members Sherrell Brown and Gina Mowdy, Roshumbria Nash of Carthage, Chireatha Drummond and Kimberly Watkins, both of Philadelphia; staff member Gennie Taylor, Tarra Hudson of Philadelphia, Kirstin Eversoll of Union and Layne Lepard of Philadelphia; and (back row, from left) instructors Christy Wilson, Marcia Russell and Valerie Nicholson, Kenshelsa Boyd of Carthage, Shanetria Ickom of Lake, Caleb Brown of Philadelphia, administrator Bubby Johnston, Virginia Easley of Philadelphia, Tracy Gray of Lake and CrisAnn Bryan of Philadelphia. “Think Pink Day” was sponsored by the College’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter. (EC PHOTO)

ECCC Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

Numerous East Central Community College students, administrators, faculty and staff members show their support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing “pink” for “Think Pink Day” Thursday, October 16.… Read more