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Page A-& The Tuskegee News, July 16, 2009 Blue Jean Ball fundraiser in September The Auburn and Auburn Montgomery Schools of Nursing ninth annual Blue Jean Ball, South of the Border, will be Friday, September 25, at former Auburn Coach Pat Dye's Auburn Oaks in Notasulga. The nursing schools host the event to raise money for scholar- ships, scholarship endowments and faculty and program sup- port. Since the first Blue Jean Ball in 2001, more than 200 nursing stu" dents have received scholarships. "I cannot begin to eqfess what receiving the Blue Jean Ball Scholarship means to me,"," said a graduate of the class of 2009 upon receiving a Blue Jean Ball Scholarship at the end of her jun- ior year. "I believe I have worked very hard to get where I am now as a student, and it means so much that others are behind me and supportive of me so that I have a chance at receiving a great education." Help support students' aspira- tions by attending this year's Blue Jean Ball. The night will be full of food and fun with appetiz" ers from Conecuh Sausage and fresh, wild seafood from the Gulf of Mexico donated and prepared by Organized Seafood Association of Alabama. -Exotic sides and desserts will be prepared by Ursula's Catering. For refreshing drinks, Joe Gilchrist's Flora-Bama tent will serve favorites such as mar- garitas and sangria. Entertainment for the night includes dancing and live music from The Caliente Band, Orlando's hottest Latin/top 40 bffnd and house band for Gloria and. Emilio Estefan's restaurant, Bongos Cuban Caf6. Randy Campbell, quarterback of the 1983 SEC Championship Tigers will be present, along with Aubie, the AU mascot, for photo opportunities. Don't forget to place your bids at the silent and live auctions that will be held throughout the night. Also featured will be the pres- entation of the first Distinguished Alumni Awards for both schools. Three levels of sponsorship are available: Trailblazer at $10,000; Point Rider at $5,000; and Big Circle Rider at $1,000. Individual tickets are available for purchase at $100 each. For more information, contact Shelley Grider, development offi- cer, at (334) 244-3032 or sgrid- Jimmy Harris dies HARRIS, Mr. Jimmy E, a resi- dent of Tuskegee, died, Friday, July 10, 2009: Harris was the president of the Macon County Home Builders Association. Funeral arrangements and sur- vivors will be announced by McKenzie's Funeral Home, Tuskegee. TIMS registering July 27 Registration for new and returnin sixth, seventh and eighth grade stt;dents at TuskegeeInstitute Middle Shool (TIMS) has been scheduled for Monday, luly 27 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-6 p.m: Students new to TIMS must present the fol- lowing documents at registration: (a) Birth certificate (with raised seal) (b) Current immunization record (Blue Card) (c) Social Security Card (d) Proof of residency (current utility bill, telephone bile, voter registration card, and lease agreement) (e) Proof of legal guardianship if student lives with someone other than parent who has legal custody/guardianship (f) Transcripts/records of grades from previ- ous school Returning students need to complete a pro- file sheet and update any information that has changed. Please contact Lonzo Bullie, principal, or Allcla Campbell, counselor, at 727-2580 for additional information. King James School registering Registration for The King James Communications Alternative School will take place Friday, July 17 and Saturday, July 18 at Bishop Perry, Shorter Church of God. Dr. Samuel King, Dean of King James Communications Alternative School. I I Boy Scout Fishing Derby Saturday at Maloy pond There will be a Boy Scout Fishing Derby for all D.C. Wolfe Boy Scouts and friends on Saturday, July 18 from 7-11 a.m. This activity which promises to be fun, will be held at Shorter Police Chief Sandor Maloy's pond located at 758 Old Federal Road in Shorter. Parents, please bring your sons so that they can be a part of this wonderful experience even if they are .not yet registered Boy Scouts. If you would like for them to join scouting, registration will be held on-site at this event. Hot dogs, chips and sodas will be available at the conclusion of the activity. Boys, please bring your fishing reels! Happy 75th Birthday Arthur Lee Carlisle We Y==I NOW OPEN! Elm II sta with us in the morninllt Area Dining