Newspaper Archive of
The Tuskegee News
Tuskegee, Alabama
Lyft
October 19, 2000     The Tuskegee News
PAGE 14     (14 of 21 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 14     (14 of 21 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 19, 2000
 

Newspaper Archive of The Tuskegee News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Page B-6, October 21, 2000 TU seeks state students for 15 Biomedical Sciences Symposi By AN!SSK L RILEY Spec~to T~ 2~,8~ee News Tuskegbe University College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health is serving as the host institution for the upcoming 15th ,a~unual Symposium on Career Opportunities in BiomedloKl:~nces scheduled for April 11-13, 2001 at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel in Birmingham. As the host institution, Tuskegee is responsible for choosing a total of 375 junior and senior math and science minority honor students and freshmen and sophomore college students to participate in the three-day symposium. Applications have been marled to selected high schools. However, ff a school did not receive an application or ff more information is needed, please call Anita Pinkney at (334) 724-4346. The application packet includes application, two letters of recommendation, 300-word essay, tion fee payable to Minority Health Professions Foundation (money order or certified check accepted only). The deadline for submitting application and related materials is Oct. 25, 2000. Application packets should be mailed to Dr. Barbara C. Diffay, Special Assistant to the Dean and AMHPS Liaison, Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee, AL, 36088. The Symposium is sponsored annually by the Association of Minority Health Professions Schools (AMHPS) as one of its efforts to encour- age minority students to consider the health pro- fessions as well as biomedical research as a career choice. The annual biomedical symposium has over 1,000 people from throughout the United States in attendance each year. During the symposium, students are given the chance to attend work- shops and presentations, meet positive role mod- a copy of transcript (with 3.0 GPA or higher), els, and learn more about financial and and the waiver form, and a $25 non-refundable applica- advantages of becoming a scientist or health pro- I Fall Roundup, Taste of state on Saturday The 21st annual Fail Roundup and Taste of Alabama Agriculture will be Oct. 21, beginning at 9 a.m. at historic Ag Hill on the Auburn University campus., ,, Billed as the sesmm's biggest tailgate party, the Roundup fea- tures dozens of food items either or processed in Alsbam~ Included among the taste delights ~ ~ blue and orange potatoes, co~ greens, cat.h. pork, beef, chicken, ostrich, emu, satsuma oranges, apples, kiwi, dairy products and many other delicacies. Music will be provided by the Agri-~ which consists of ag faculty and friends who play in local bands. Scheduled guests include Aubie, the AU Pep Band, The AU cheerleaders and many more. Includ~t in the event will be an auction, complete with profes- sional auctionse~. Hunting and f~dng trips, beach vacallens and many vahable itenm will be sold during the auction. Proceeds from the event will go to the AU College of Agriculture Exhibits from academic depart- ments and commodity groups will be on display. Included among the dieplays will be, a miniature, but eporatimal, syrup mill and cotton gin. There will a petting, ., pumpkin face painting for ddldren and many other family-oriented activities. since .t~e .zt~ts of m~a Agnc~ ~a~ ~ed with the Ag ~tm~ Amociatien's Ag Roundup, attendance has grown from a hwkdr~ or se ag alumn/ to nearly 2,0Q0 ~ friends and the'~ ~ who want to sampl~-the' food and good ~mes. The~Zic w ~ to join the party, which lasts from 9 aJm. until an hour bd~e kick- off of the AU vermin ~ Tech ~ ~ game. Tickets will be on sale at the gste. For more infommtien contact Martha Pattormn at &~-844- 3198. i i i Chasti.'ty Parker first Tuskegeean A.S.M.S.. grad Chas~'Yvonne Parker of Taskes~ recently became the first Macon County resident to graduate from The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science ~ comm~ceme~t exercis~~ Mobile May 22. Chastity-w~ ene of 98 gradu- ates from.theresidential public high school~ for m)phomoru, juniors and ~,miors pursuing advanced studies in mathemat- ics, sciemce and technology. Chastity, Jn..the daughter of Angela-~) Wright and John (Sb~dp~ Parker, all of Tuskeg~.'~.the fan, Cha~ty will b~ "attending Guilford Collegeln~boro N.C. on a full scholarship as she pursues a degree ~n ye~trian medicine Chasti~" 9hd her. parents would ~'to" ~mnk all of her family, 4i~md~-and the Macon County.oommunity for the ~up- port th~ Jmve. shown her dur- ing hei'. ~ ~mm at AS.M.S. She w'odld"like to extend best wishes to the class of 2000 at B.T.W. and good luck to Cora Drew, ~41mior, and Antonio APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS FOR NOVEMBER 7, 2000 GENERAL ELECTION ABSENTEE MANAGER CLERKS HATTYE YATES CASSANDRA DANIELS DORIS DEAN OLIVIA JONES JOHNNIE HARRISON 0101(NATIONAL GUARD ) BEAT I, BOX I STATION MANAGER INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK 1 2 INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK 3 INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK LINDA MARABLE EDWINA HARRIS VIRGINIA DANIELS ANNIE ROBINSON DEBRA GUNN fessional. AMHPS is comprised of 12 historically black medical, dental, pharmacy, and veterinary med- ical schools. Since its establishment in 1976, AMHPS has been effective in establishing and enhancing the number of minorities health professions through such means annual symposium in which from academia, government, and private try are in attendance. Poll Workers School October 23 There will be a school of instruction for the persons working on the polls the General Election. This school will bc held on Monday, October 23, at 5:00 p.m. in the Macon County Courthouse 2nd floor Courtroom. To on the polls you must attend this school. INSPECTOR CHEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS 0103(BROWNVILLE) RUFUS FELTON MARY TALLEY GWENDOLYN HUGHLEY SUSIE NORWOOD PAUL ROGERS 0204(RECREATION CENTER, DIST. #2) il INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS ASSISTANT CLERK INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS ASSISTANT CLERK DENISE LOCKETT PINKIE BOYD SOLOMON JONES SUSAN BROWN INSPECTOR VANESESINGLETON ,am~,., CYNTHIA FULLER -~s ASSISTANT CLERKS ROBERT L. IVEY, JR. AMELIA PETERSON ALFREDA MARABLE CLETA MARTIN ALICE MCLAIN AARON ROBINSON BERNICE DAWSON IOLANTER SPENCER 0205(MUNICIPAL COMPLEX) STATION MANAGER V[RGn, aA PETERSON LINDA HARRIS ARADAY LEWIS CLINTORIA KNIGHT BERNICE GRIMMETT VELMA MOORE SHERYL KNIGHT ELNORA LOVE 8 MILDRED THWEATT FLORENCE JAMES HAROLD POWELL 0312(SHEASHA) INSPECTOR 6 CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS ASSISTANT INSPECTOR 7 CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK EVELYN G~'-~ INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS STATION MANAGER INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK INSPECTOR O4IEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK 9 10 THERESA COOK FAYE COOK MARTIN JEANETTE ALEXANDER ODESSA MOORE ERMA KENNEDY HENRIETTA TOLBERT ANNIE V. WILLIAMS VELMA R. KING GLORIA PEARSON CATHERINE STAKLEY MARY L. HARRIS INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS 11 0102(LITTLE TEXAS) 12 EMMA MYHAND BETTY BROWN THOMAS BUFFORD MARIAN ASH VIVIAN ECHOLS 13 JUDY KINEBREW ANNIE WATTS LARRY FLOYD ELIZABETH HENDERSON MARY ALICE OWENS 0205(OLD DIST. #2 SHOP) 14 SUSIE A. WILLIAMS MARVEL JEAN ROSS OLIVIA M. MCLEAN CLINTON BOYD 0306(HARDAWAY TRAILER) 15 EARNESTINE JACKSON ,KaRRY ~ ' JOHN FRANK MOORER DAVID GREGORY DISTRICT # 3 SHOP(SHORTER) INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS 16 ROSEMARY WRIGHT SALLYE MITCHELL DOROTHY GOWAN HAROLD POWELL ESSAY MCDADE, 0408(FRANKLIN TOWN HALL) INSPECTOR 17 NOBIE LEDBETTER CHEF CLERK MARGIE JOHNSON ASSISTANT CLERK LOIS JOHNSTON YVONNE HARRIS 0409(WOODLAND) INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERK 18 LARRY WELDON MERLE BENTLEY REV. HARDY GRAVES ELLA MILLER 0410(NOTASULGA TOWN HALL INSPECTOR 19 INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS 04 ] l (CHF_,HAW) INSPECTOR CHIEF CLERK ASSISTANT CLERKS 2O SHIRLEY JOHNSON SHERRY WELDON KATHY WARE MARY WILSON BERNICE TONEY MARVIN BEASLEY LEE EZELL ROBERT SIMS MEMPHIS BOSTON RECAPuLATION OFFICERS 21 DIERDRE HAR.KI~ESS MARY PERRY TRACY GAUNTT ALFRETTA BOYD BERNICE PERCY DONE THIS .//~) DAY OF /~~ oF coN co Y ,2000