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Hoke students win at HOSA event
Four Hoke County Health, Oc
, cupation students were winners in
Region 4 HOSA competitive
events, February 27, at Fayetteville
Winners were in Job Seeking
Skills: First Place Tonya Pate and
Third place Twanii Kelly. In Stan
dard First Aid and CPR there were
two third place winners: Men
Christi Williamson and Noel
Other Hoke County Students
competing were: Tonya Pate and
Lawana Cooper in Medicine Ter
minology; Jawana Copper in Job
Seeking Skills; Sherri Corroda,
Jeff Melton, Steve Lovette, Nancy
McNeill and Kim Payne in Stan
dard First Aid and CPR. Kim
Hawkins and Rena Shaw
represented Hoke County in the
Kim Payne was interviewed by a
Screening Committee and was
chosen as a Candidate for the Of
fice of 1984-85 Regional President.
She will Campaing for this Office
at the State Congress which will be
held in May at Winston-Salem.
Hoke girl designs patch
Bobby C. Bounds recently com
pleted 20 yean of continuous ser
vice at the Raeford Plant of Burl
ington Industries. Bounds has
worked in several areas of the
plant including Preparation, Win
ding and presently Spinning where
he Is a Shift Supervisor. He was
presented a pearl pin, certificate
and gift by plant Management to
commemorate the achievement.
A design by Tammy Stephens
has been selected for a special Day
Camp patch for use in the Pines of
Carolina Oirl Scout Council. This
announcement was made by Hoke
Field Director Emma Mims on
Sunday morning as Hoke Girl
Scouts celebrated Girls Scout Sun
Design winner Tammy Stephens
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry B. Stephens. She is a
member of Cadet Troop #521 and
her troop Leader is Joyce Morris.
There was a twenty-county com
petition for the patch design. The
20 counties represent twenty thou
sand Girl Scouts. The design will
be stitched in a patch to be used for
The recognition of Miss
Stephens honor took place in the
Raeford United Methodist
Church. Scouts, their leaders, and
parents had gathered to be saluted
by the church. Two Girl Scouts
troops meet in the church weekly.
Miss Mims named the troops
and introduced their adult leaders.
There are fifteen Girl Scout troops
in Hoke County. They meet, in ad
dition to the two in Raeford
United Methodist, in Turlington
School, Upchurch School,
Rockfish, Queenmore, Puppy
Creek, West Hoke School and
Bowmore. A total of two hundred
girls are Scouts at several levels.
In the worship service a youth
choir of the church sang and
played orph instruments. Using the
song "He's Got the Whole World
in His Hands", the choir saluted
the scouts as "itsy, bitsy
Brownies", "jolly, jolly Juniors",
"cool cadets", "sassy, sassy
Seniors", and "loud, loud
Leaders". The Scouts themselves
sang "Girl Scouts Together"
under the direction of Choir Direc
tor Ellen Heidenreich.
These Hoke High students display awards garnered
at a recent HOSA competition held at Fayettevllle
Technical Institute. The students are: First row (sit
ting) left to right, Tonya Pate, Kim Payne, To wanna
Kelly. Second row (standing) left to right, Nancy
McNeill, Meri Christi Williamson, Noel Jones.
Former resident tapped
for UNC nursing post
Faye Dark Pickard, who is
formerly of Raeford and is an
associate professor of nursing at
the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, has been appointed
director of statewide nursing ac
tivities for the Area Health Educa
tion Centers (AHEC) and coor
dinator of clinical facilities for the
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill School of Nursing.
As director of statewide AHEC
nursing activities, Pickard
represents the Nursing School as
.one gf Ifre five UNC-CH health ?
sciences schools In the AHEC pro
gram and is involved in planning,
implementation and evaluation of
projects with the director of the
AHEC program and nine regional
A UNC-CH faculty member
since 1960, Pickard played a major
role in establishing AHEC in
North Carolina. She was one of
five authors of the contract pro
posal' submitted to the federal
government for funding of the
AHEC program in the summer of
1972. From that proposal, a
federal contract was awarded for
$8.5 million for three years to
establish AHECs in that state.
Pickard served as the Nursing
School's representative to the
AHEC system until 1973 when she
resigned to become chairman of
the Department of Nursing at
North Carolina Memorial
The state's AHEC program has
grown stronger and larger
throughout the years. "In North
Carolina," Pickard said, "the
legislature recognizes contribu
tions the system has made to the
people of the state and that the
AHEC program is continuing to
'"meet the' needs of Nbrtfi Caroli
"We are pleased to have Faye
Pickard back with us in the AHEC
program," said Dr. Eugene
Mayer, director of AHEC. "Her
assessment of our progress during
the past decade and of our poten
tial for future service will be from
a unique perspective. I know the
entire AHEC program will benefit
from her wisdom, her professional
credibility and her personal
Pickard is also a graduate of
Hoke County High School and is
the daughter of Mrs. Henry Birns
tein of Raeford.
3Firat Hoke fairings Anil
Sloan Association, 3nc.
1 38 N. Main (PROPOSED) Raeford
The initial offering of our shares will commence dur
ing the last week in March. We had planned to begin
the offering during the first week of March, but the
preparation of our offering circular required more time
than we anticipated.
The offering will be at a price of SI 1 .00 per share.
The minimum will be 100 shares. Those subscribing will
pay SI. 00 per share initially and the balance of
SI 0.00 per share sometime prior to our opening which
is planned to be about July 1 , 1 985. Full details will be
shown in our offering circular to be provided to all in
terested persons beginning March 27, 1985 at our of
fice located in the former Bank of Raeford building at
1 38 N. Main St., Raeford, N.C. or by contacting any of
our incorporators shown below.
R. Palmer Willcox, Chairman Harold Kidd
John G. Balfour, Vice-Chairman James D. McGougan
Thomas P. Howell, Secretary Edwin B. Newton
Franklin R. Teal, President-Treasurer James Potter
Clayton H. Buoyer Eugene H. Shannon
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