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VOL. 2 - NO. 3
WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, GOLDSBORO, N. C.
NOVEMBER 25, 1970
SGA Approves $15,200 Budget
Each committee seeking
funds from Student
Government resources was
asked to submit a proposed
budget for the 1970-1971 year.
The Budget Committee
reviewed each request with
representatives from each
committee on October 21, 1970.
On the following evening,
October 22, 1970, the Budget
Committee reviewed each
individual budget and
submitted the proposed budget
as outlined within this report.
The proposed budget
recommends appropriations of
$15,200.00 for the 1970-71 SGA
budget. The Budget Committee
realizes that these
recommendations exceed the
funds presently held by the
SGA. However, the committee
feels that student activity fees
to be collected during the
winter, spring and summer
quarters will bring in a more-
than-ample sum to meet
proposed appropriations. In the
event such revenue is not
collected, the SGA reserves the
right to cut appropriations to
the necessary level for
remaining within funds
A summary of the budget
is as follows;
Phi Theta Kappa-$400.00.
Student Movie Series-$500.00.
Building and Grounds
To the Athletic Committee the
recommends a sum total of
$3,800.00 to basketball which
includes $200.00 each to the golf
and tennis teams. The Bu(^et
Committee realizes the
importance of intercollegiate
sports and its impact
throughout the community. In
support of a beneficial athletic
program, the Budget
Committee feels this amount is
justified. We recommend that
any funds allotted and not used
be turned in to the SGA general
fund. In addition, any gate
receipts will be returned.
Realizing the expense of the
cheerleaders for their uniforms,
the Budget Committee
recommends that $200.00 be
appropriated to supplement
cheerleading activities. This
sum will include the purchase of
pompoms which the
cheerleaders will keep at the
end of the year. To create more
school spirit and to help initiate
a pep club, the remaining funds
will be us^ for the purchase of
sundry items to be sold by the
cheerleaders. All revenue from
these sales will be deposited in
the SGA General Fund for use
by the cheerleaders for travel
expenses to and from out-of-
WCC Music Dept, presents "Amahl and the Night Visitors."
The Wayne Community
College Music Department wiU
present “Amahl and the Night
Visitors” by Jian Carlo Menotti
on December 13, 1970, at St.
Francis Church in Forrest Hills.
Performances will be at 2:30
and 4:30. Seating will be limited
and those interested in
attending are advised to come
early, and it’s free!
“Amahl and the Night
Visitors” is about a small
crippled child and his mother.
ITiey meet three kings on their
way to see the newborn King.
Amahl, in the selfless attitude,
offers his crutch as a gift. In so
doing, a miracle occurs. The
child can walk. They regard this
as a sign from God. The Kings
ask Amahl to go with them to
see the newborn King. His
mother consents and the opera
ends as Amahl and the l6ngs
begin their journey.
liie cast includes: David
Dannehl, Casper; Terry
Pearsall, Melchoir; Steve
Brown, Bathaza; Sally Spring,
the mother; Fran Rodgers,
Amahl; Ashley Mosley, the
slave; and Wayne Community
College chorus, shepherds. The
cast consists of Wayne
Community College students
Mrs. Pam Williams will
provide accompaniment on the
piano. She is a ^aduate in piano
from the University of North
Carolina at Greensboro. Mrs.
Williams has won many awards
for her outstanding
Twenty-five Wayne Community
College students were initiated into Phi
Theta Kappa, Upsilon Chi Chapter on
November 10, 1970. Phi Theta Kappa is
the national honor fraternity in Amer
ican junior colleges. To be selected, a
student must carry a full-time load with
a minimum average of “B” and shall
possess recognized qualities of citizen
ship. First row, left to right are: Louise
B. Seymour, Nancy R. Kornegay,
Brenda K. Woodard, Joyce E. Thornton,
Maude M. Scott, Martha A. Pate, Bar
bara E. Moye, Phyllis Gay, Anna E.
Edmundson, Elizabeth L. Byrd, Patrick
C. Griffin. Second row, left to right,
Barbara G. Tharp, Phyllis A. Morrison,
Donnie H. Pittman, Robert L. Naqley,
David A. Maci<ey, Fredericl< Daniels,
Josephus J. McMichael, James A. Mc-
Clenny, Harry R. Burnworth, Jr., Donnie
R. Bridgers, Harvey Bissette and Bar
bara Barnes. Not present for the pic
ture were Nancy J. Blaci<man and
Michael J. Hanville. The chapter spon
sors are Mrs. Mildred Councill, Mr.
George Trautwein and Mrs. Wilma Zipf.
The Budget Committee
recommends an amount of
$1,400.00 for the 1971
homecoming. Since this wiU be
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Featured above are Pam Johnson and Darlene
Britt (Billie Jean Ward was not present when the
picture was taken). These beautiful and talented
young ladies will represent WCC in the annual 1971
Miss Goldsboro Pageant to be held at the Goldsboro
High School Auditorium November 28 at 8 p.m. All
staff, faculty, and students are urged to be there to
cheer for these ladies and to let them know we
appreciate their fine work.
Dianne Butler and Mary Frances Taylor, both
students from WCC, were chosen Miss Goldsboro
during the past two years. Miss Butler was Miss
Goldsboro of 1970 and Miss Taylor was Miss Golds
boro of 1969.
We would like to thank these young ladies (Di
anne, Mary Francis, Pam, Darlene, and Billie Jean)
for their interest in Wayne Community College and
in Wayne County.
ONE A UAY
The breath of life is a miracle
which no human has ever been
able to create. While he has
devised scientific helpers, he
still cannot create life. Man
should be thankful that God is a
miracle worker. He not only
knows just what a person
thinks, but is always willing to
offer help. The world needs
help. We all agree, but why
can’t we realize Uiat help is only
a prayer away? Is it too much to
wish that all the billions of
people say just one prayer a day
on Thanksgiving Day ar '
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