Bicentennial traveling exhibition coming to Cullman County

in Community, Headlines, The Evelyn Burrow Museum

Exhibition expected at Wallace State Community College April 15-May 24 “Making Alabama. A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit” presented by Alabama Humanities Foundation made its long-awaited debut in Montgomery March 5, displaying 200 years of Alabama history and beyond. The exhibit opened in the capitol in the Old Supreme Court Library and will be on display through…

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Cullman County Bicentennial Committee Announces Student Art Competition, Winner in Each Grade to Receive $100 Cash Scholarship Award

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CULLMAN, AL — The Cullman County Bicentennial Committee is seeking artists to participate in an exhibition of local community artworks, April 24-May 24, 2018, at the Burrow Center at Wallace State Community College, in conjunction with the Making Alabama traveling exhibition. Participants are encouraged to submit artwork based on some aspect of Alabama – its…

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Wallace State celebrating AmeriCorps Vista volunteers

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Wallace State Community College’s AmeriCorps Vista members are being celebrated this week as part of AmeriCorps Week. “This is the perfect time to say “thank you” to our own AmeriCorps members: Mandy-Shea Riggins, Hali Marran, Heather McAfee, Hannah Kren, and Jo Johnson,” said Kristi Barnett, coordinator for the program through the Wallace…

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Wallace State’s Dana Adams named recipient of inaugural AACC’s Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty award

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State math instructor Dana Adams has been named a recipient of the inaugural Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty award, as presented by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). Adams is one of only 50 community college instructors across the United States to earn the designation. “It’s a huge honor to…

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Wallace State Concert Band celebrating “The Best of Hollywood: 75 Years of Stage and Screen”

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The sounds of Hollywood will ring through the Betty Leeth Haynes Theatre on Tuesday, April 24 when the Wallace State Concert Band presents “The Best of Hollywood: 75 Years of Stage and Screen.” Jacob Keisler, Director of the Concert Band, said he chose the Hollywood theme to offer something that everyone can…

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Wallace State to host Forum on Leadership as part of National Women’s History Month

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — In recognition of National Women’s History Month, Wallace State Community College announces it will host a Forum on Leadership on Thursday, March 22, at 9:30 a.m., in the Bailey Center Auditorium. A number of women in leadership roles will share their thoughts on leadership, success, and what it takes to break the…

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Wallace State baseball wins conference-opening series vs. Southern Union; Women’s tennis beats Snead State

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s baseball team capped a conference series win against Southern Union on Monday, earning three victories against the Bison. Because of inclement weather, the series took five days to complete. Wallace State (17-4, 3-1 Alabama Community College Conference) swept the opening games in Wadley on March 8, collecting wins of 8-5…

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Wallace State’s English, math honor societies induct new members

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HANCEVILLE, AL — The Wallace State chapters of Mu Alpha Theta and Sigma Kappa Delta recognized new members during a March 1 Induction Ceremony in the Bailey Center Auditorium. Mu Alpha Theta is the mathematics honor society for community colleges. The organization provides members with various avenues to showcase their mathematical knowledge and talents, while…

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