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Mars Hill College Hilltop
Thursday. Marrh 1995
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In A Bind?
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ALPHA PLASMA CENTER
167 Merrimon ave.
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ADMISSION OFFICE THANKS
The Admissions Office would like
to thank each member of the
faculty, staff and student body who
participated in the March 11
Visitation Day. It was a great
success and we could not have done
it without your help. Next
Visitation Day is April 8.
Over Spring Break, JuUe Nooe
chaired the CSWE site team which
Madison County Commufli*!'
Foundation will sponsor a couD^
wide newsletter which will provi
a forum to exchange ideas ^
solutions with other nonprofi*^
keep current on fundraising ^
staffing issues, finand
chaired the CSWK site team which legislative and W
reviewed the BSW program at tte ,oacems, and provide a calendar •
University of Mary Hardm-Baylor „p^oming events. The newsletter
m Belton, Texas. ^ ° -•
believed to be the first of its
in Western North Carolina. ^
program/research assistant with
Title III Grant Program at
Hill College will edit
newsletter, which will be ti
"Madison Nonprofit Exchan?
The first issue is scheduled ^
April, and to achieve that
• 1. u 1 4. A * meeting has been set for Main
The following have been elected to ^ pe,e
Craig Goforth, chief of campus
pohce, has been awarded the
advanced certificate by the NC
Criminal Justice Education
Standards on March 3. This is the
highest professional certificate
awarded to law enforcement and
criminal justice officers in NC.
Admissions and Academic
Standards-Weihu Hong & Julia
Nooe; Athletics-Sarah Hensley &
Frank Quick; Committee on
Committees-Barbara Pendleton &
Deana Dillingham; Curriculum-
JoAnn Croom & Kathy Meacham;
Donald & Jim Thomas; and Faculty
Personnel-David Knisley and John
from 4:30 - 6 p.m. in the
Conference Center at MHC-
Arts in Re
Arts in ;
l^as also si
nonprofit and service organize ^
are encouraged to attend. ,
the agenda include problems p
local groups, current events U'
world of nonprofits and j.
availability of free E-Mail acc^
county nonprofits. .[i
Community Foundation is
with the NC Comm'‘^|"
Foundation and strives to |
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those interested in the future %
Nancy M. Hannon and Kenneth R. '
Howard were marned Fnday community
March 17, at 3 p.m., in St Matthias
Episcopal Church, Asheville.
encourage professional gro ^
organizations through educ^ j
training, and sharing of inforfl^
the newsletter may be obtain®
calling Sam McKee at 689-1
UPWARD BOUND NEEDS
Dr. Kathy Meacham, assistant
professor of philosophy and
religion, and Leslee Johnson, a
senior, participated in the NC
Philosophical Society meeting
March 3-4 at St Andrews College.
Dr. Meacham chaired a session and
Johnson presented a paper.
MHC’s Upward Bound ^
NEW DATES FOR experienced resident assistaD^s^j
PREREGISTRATION a resident director for the
summer program. Salary pWS ^
Preregistration for Fall 1995 will be and board are provided. Ca
held March 30-April 5. Materials l°r more information,
will be placed in students’ post
office boxes after Spring Break.
The Hilltop is a bimonthly coverage of the campus of Mars Hill College and is the official student newspaper for the college.
The Hilltop is printed by Groves Printing, Inc. of Asheville, N.C.
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