THE VOICE OF WILKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
VOLUME 25, NUMBER 1
WILKESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
AUGUST 29, 1994
Welcome to WCC
Welcome to Wilkes Community College! The faculty and staff who works here
have anticipated your arrival and are anxious to be of assistance. Here at Wilkes
you will find open doors, many opportunities, new friends, and a place that a
good education can be found.
Throughout the College, you will find many programs and opportunities.
Second quarter students who are working full or part time should see Betty
Brame about Cooperative Education. This program will show you how to earn
academic credit while working in jobs which are related to your program of
study. All students can be assisted by Betty in the job placement area, so see her
in Hayes Hall room 214.
There are programs of study that will fit every interest. You may choose Art,
Building Construction, Business Programs and courses. Hotel-
Restaurant, Drama, Automotive Mechanics and Automotive Repair, Elec
tronics, Nursing, Dental, Criminal Justice, Electromechanical, Radio Broad
casting, Medical Assisting, Early Childhood, and several College Transfer
The College Transfer Programs are quality and are accepted at the Universities
throughout the nation.
Make the very best investment of your time of study. Your academic success is
extremely important to your future. We all assure each of you that if you work
diligently, the awards will follow with dispatch.
Again, the college welcomes you! This is your College. Enjoy it, and
remember the faculty and staff are here to serve you.
We believe you have made a wise choice in coming to Wilkes Community
New Student Activities Coordinator
She comes from Boone, North Caro
lina where she completed her Master’s
in Student Development at Appa
lachian State University. She believes
that the high student contact is the
most rewarding aspect of Student Ac
tivities. Some of her favorite types of
activities include outdoor recreation,
service projects, and musical enter
She began her college career in
Charlotte, NC and then completed
her AA degree at Polk Community
College in Lakeland, Florida. She con
tinued on as a transfer student and
completed her BA degree in Art Educa
tion at the University of South Flor
ida. Kaylynn loves to travel to foreign
countries, photography, wood work
ing, camping, scuba diving, good
movies, and working with students!
Please feel free to drop by and visit her
anytime -especially with ideas and
suggestions of what you would like to
see happen in Student Activities this
October 6, 7, 8 - 8:00 P.M.
October 9 - 3:00 P.M.
$18 - Adult, $15 Student/Senior/Handicapped
$10 Child (ages 12 &. under)
Directed by Bud Mayes, Oklahoma/will feature an “all
star cast” of our many talented local thespians. Last year
was the fiftieth anniversary of this wonderful production.
This musical was the first collaboration of Richard
Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II who wrote some of the
best loved songs of our time: “People Will Say We’re In
Love,” “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning,” “Surry with the
Fringe on Top,” and of course, “Oklahoma!”
Call Today for Tickets
See Page Two for Audition Information
Kaylynn became the Student Ac
tivities Coordinator/Counselor in Stu
dent Development on August 1,1994.
Photographer on campus for making
Freshmen, Staff and Instructors Pictures.
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sophomore Pictures will be made
on September 14, 1994
AUDITIONS FOR DRAMA PRODUCTIONS
See Mr. David Reynolds
TECHNICAL ARTS BUILDING