Leadership Wallace State group visits Montgomery, meets with Chancellor Jimmy Baker, among other stops

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s 2017-2018 Leadership Wallace State group recently toured the Alabama Community College System (ACCS) office in Montgomery, where they met with Chancellor Jimmy Baker and were recognized at a board meeting. They also toured the ACCS System Office, attended a budget hearing and toured the state Capitol building. The 2017-2018 Leadership…

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Application process opens soon for WSCC Future Foundation Scholarships

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Current and future students of Wallace State Community College can begin applying for 2018-2019 scholarships through the Wallace State Future Foundation on Thursday, Feb. 15. The online application process will continue through March 23, with dozens of scholarship opportunities available to students. “The Future Foundation was established to help fill the gaps…

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Wallace State baseball opens 2018 season on Friday, pursuing “unfinished business”

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s baseball team believes it has unfinished business to pursue during the 2018 season. The Lions are coming off a 46-13 record and an Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) North Division championship last season. Their only blemish was an unexpected early exit in the postseason — the 26th playoff appearance under…

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Wallace State Alumni Association plans trip to The Ark Encounter and Creation Museum

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  HANCEVILLE, AL – This fall, the Wallace State Alumni Association will offer its first group excursion to the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum in Kentucky and combine it with experiences featuring the German culture of nearby Cincinnati, Ohio. The four-day, three-night trip is planned for Sept. 13-16, 2018, and includes a brief foray into…

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Mitchell gifts Wallace State Community College with $372,000 for endowed scholarship

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  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Wallace State Community College Future Foundation recently accepted a $372,000 planned gift from the estate of the late Vervil Lovene Mitchell of Hanceville. “We are extremely humbled by Ms. Mitchell’s gift to the Wallace State Future Foundation,” said Suzanne Harbin, Director of Advancement at Wallace State. “Her thoughtfulness and foresight…

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The Evelyn Burrow Museum displays maps outlining history of Alabama

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HANCEVILLE, AL — The Evelyn Burrow Museum, in conjunction with the Alabama 200 bicentennial celebration, is exhibiting a collection of maps of the state documenting its changes before and after statehood was established. On loan from the Birmingham Public Library, “Sweet Home: Alabama’s History in Maps” will be on display through at least Feb. 28.…

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Challie Johnson, of Hartselle, named 2018 Wallace State Homecoming Queen

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Challie Johnson, a Hartselle native, was named Wallace State Community College’s 2018 Homecoming Queen during the annual festivities on Sunday. She was crowned during halftime of the men’s basketball game vs. Southern Union. Johnson, a business management major, maintains leadership roles in a variety of organizations on campus. She is president of…

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Sadler’s career-high 32 points leads WSCC women past Southern Union; WSCC men fall in closing seconds

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State women’s basketball sophomore Joy Sadler was lethal Sunday in the paint, behind the 3-point arc and at the free-throw line. It all added up to a career-high 32 points for Sadler and a convincing 70-44 Wallace State victory over Southern Union at Tom Drake Coliseum during homecoming, moving the Lady…

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