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The North Carolina Community College
VOLUME XIV, NUMBER 2
Message From Your President
Summer is gone and fall is here. New budgets have arrived and there is lots of activity. Speaking of
activity, the issues Committee of the NCCCAEAhas been working on several issues that affect the delivery
of educational programs. Program funding, program reporting practices, and the delivery of speciality
training programs are just some of the issues confronting our institutions. The committee will continue to
work with state level staff regarding these and other issues that may arise. The committee is comprised
of Dr. Wayne Eller, Ken Jackson, Jim Chavis, Hubert Bullard, Calvin Dull, and myself. We would welcome
any input concerning issues confronting our colleges.
I am pleased to say that Frances Wheeler and Jimmy Lewis along with the Conference Planning
Committee, have planned an excellent Fall Conference, scheduled for November 4-6 at the Holiday Inn
Four Seasons in Greensboro. The theme of "Education For All Seasons" is very appropriate for all of us.
Make your plans to attend and take advantage of this professional development opportunity.
i encourage you to join The North Carolina Community College Adult Educators Association. The Fall
Conference is an excellent time to do so as the membership year runs from October to September 30.
To serve as your president for 1992-1993 is an honor and a great pleasure. I am looking forward to a
good year for the association and would encourage you to provide any feedback that would assist with this goal.
Kenneth A. Boham
Wake Technical CC
BASIC SKILLS CONFERENCE
Over four hundred participants registered for the Basic Skills
Conference held in Fayetteville at the Howard Johnson Plaza
Hotel on August 4-6, 1992. This year's conference was spon
sored by the North
College Adult Educa
North Carolina Com
mittee on Literacy
and Basic Skills, and
the Department of
pants at the opening
session on August
4th, Community Col
lege System Presi
dent, Robert W. Scott
stated: "I feel confi-
yourtradition of meet
ing the challenges
that change brings to
you and your pro
gram. Basic skills
education is the 'ba
continued on page 2
(Pictured- Eva Britt, Attorney at Law/
GED Graduate, & William H. Harrell,
director, Basic Skills & Assessment
Roanoke-ChowanCC. William assisted
Eva in getting her GEDI)
FALL IN GREENSBORO
EDUCATION FOR ALL SEASONS is an appropriate theme for
our 1992 Fall Conference to be held November 4,5,6,1992, at
the Holiday Inn Four Seasons. Governor Bob Scott will be there.
Mayor Vic Nussbaum will be there. Dr. Don Cameron will be there.
Dr. William Cole will be there—the dignitaries list goes on and on
followed by a bevy of other stars such as Dr. Hutch Sprunt, Laura
McLamb, Monte Hunter, Reece Trimmer, Walter Hemmingway,
and Dr. Parker Chesson. The excitement builds to a plateau when
the 82nd Airborne Brass Ensemble entertains at our Thursday
luncheon. (The last time we had a military group er)tertain us—
Sheraton Imperial, Raleigh—our photographer kept all the pic
tures for herself!)
If Airborne Brass doesn’t wake you up, try the Fifth Season for
a different kind of rhythm. Whatever your taste, from "Building
Self-Esteem: to "Infection Control Update"; from The Homeless
Project" to "Pre-Home Ownership Training"; from "Whole Person
Effectiveness: to "Honey I Blew Up the Office"; and from "Pastry
to Pantyhose"; to "The Dawning of a New Century" you'll hear it
all at our FALL '92 do.
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