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-] Page B-2, The Tuskegee News, December 9, 2010 Weather no match for festival fun The Notasulga Blue Devils sponsored a fall festival for students at Notasulga last week. Although the event didn't go as planned -- weather moved the event inside -- there was still plenty to do with face painting, a eating contest, penny toss, duck pond and more. In the auditorium, stu- dents danced and listened to music provided by D.J. Darryl Rock. The event was designed to give the students a chance to have a little fun and enjoy- ment before the holidays. "We did not want to just can- cel the event," said Brelinda k \\; Sullen, principal. "Since it was so cold and we could not have it outside, we brought it inside so my little babies could stay enjoy themselves. And they re- ally have enjoyed the activity." The school- plans to hold a fall festival again next year, prepare better for inclement weather in the future. NASA Education Program blasts off at D.C. Wolfe D.C. Wolfe students, with help from NASA em- ployees, built a Space Station and Space Shuttle re- cently as part of the NASA education Program. Students at D.C. Wolfe finally had the opportunity to participate in the Space Shuttle mission "Adven- ture to Space," after recently becoming the third Macon County school become part of the NASA Ed- ucation Program, joining Notasulga High and Tuskegee Public. The program is sponsored by the U.S. Space and Rocket Center of Huntsville and will provide stu- dents at the school with numerous opportunities in education at no cost to the school district. During the adventure, students were actively en- gaged in hands-on science, math and technology ac- tivities. Students learned how to build a shuttle, construct bottle rockets and conduct various exper- iments. At the close of the event, students performed an outstanding play simulating life in outer space. These experiences were designed to enhance the student's knowledge of space and aeronautics in ad- dition to motivate and encourage careers in the area of science, gechnology, engineering and math. As a culminating activity, the Shorter community was invited to participate in Community Science Night, where they witnessed rocket launchings, a telescope viewing of various stars and Jupiter and to view the completion of the U.S. Pirate Shuttle! According to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center presenters, D.C. Wolfe had the largest community turnout of all the schools participating in the pro- gram. D.C. Wolfe Principal Rosemary Wright of- fered congratulations and thanks to Shorter parents and the community. Successfully completing the NASA Pro- gram are students Charles Murphy, Damien Sanders, Tayon Nolan, Jalen Mitchel and Raemon Talley. The Fil::00t Christmas Fashion Show of the season! When: Sunday, December 12, 2010 Where.: Booker T. Washington High School, Eagles Nest Time: Doors open at $:00pm/Show starts at 5:30pro Cost: $10 BroJ::ht t() You By idals & Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Please come out and enjoy the beautiful fashions and know that you are helping a deserving student. With a scholarship. Please call 334-332-8942 for tickets or pay at the door when you arrive that evening. Ala Whitehead Sororitv t.rcs idcn t THE WHITE HousE Wedne;day: $t Boer Night from $PM-?PM ] fltllsday: Spin the Whsl to Win Friday: Party with OJ Rock the House Forhntma$ Party Reservabon - - -ZgJ_ I Saturday: [ I lOam: Church Flah Fry I Sat.urday Night: Party with DJ Rock the Houae I j I .... , "==" MII Mar1hall I Jet el.hill[ Bath ' ,|.,,,,_w. ,  r 5qnchers pcU l l I lib Tlflrteea Yart0tJes Of n i i. i. ILl gheesesteaks & Sa,dwt ONNECTiON Ril dll hdrt -- -- _n ;)o.uuOOCII 2328 South College Street. Suite #2. Auburn. AI 331,.887'- 3996 Now Serving Beer! Sunellew' UH-fathm Come visit yeur friendly neighborhood"Korner" Store, 'i ........... ' ............... i" ,|",i:::" ...... - ...... " ' t " " ..............  .................... L n .....  ..... IIIIIIIIIIIHI