David Carter, from the Adams County Board of Supervisors met with Senator Bob Dearing's American National Government class. Supervisor Carter discussed the structure of the Board of Supervisors with the class. Additionally, he discussed leadership qualities and traits with the class.
Senator Bob Dearing's American National Government class met with former Natchez Mayor Tony Byrne. He shared with the class some of his many experiences he had during his two decades as mayor.
Adams County Circuit Clerk Eddie Walker visited campus to register voters. Several students and campus visitors were able to take advantage of the opportunity before the voter registration deadline.
Thirteen Practical Nursing students of the Natchez Campus received their nursing pins. Vice President Busby greeted the class and their family members to the ceremony, which was the capstone to an intensive year of training. Lana Stamper, Natchez Campus practical nursing instructor, with assistance from Krystal Conerly, clinical instructor, presented the 2014 graduates with their pins.
Dual enrollment mathematics instructors recently met with Co-LIn mathematics instructors on the college’s Wesson Campus. Pictured are front row from left, Carol Ford, Co-Lin’s Division Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science; Phyllis Wallace of Brookhaven High School and Brookhaven Academy; Amy Cupit, Co-Lin Mathematics Instructor; Marsha Ratcliff of Franklin County High School; Margaret Britt, Co-Lin Computer Science Instructor; Phillip Knight of Wesson Attendance Center; Misty Grubbs of Lawrence County High School; back row from left, Brad Hamilton, Co-Lin Mathematics Instructor; Randy Davis of Mississippi School of the Arts, Craig Hennington and Eddie Britt, Co-Lin Mathematics Instructors.