A Special feature again this year at the Cleveland County Fair is a Youth Talent Contest, open to young people of Cleveland County and con- tiguous counties, ages 10-21. En- try forms may be picked up at the Fair Office and at Cleveland Tech. Entry deadline is from each category to perform in the final competition. The final contest in a general contest and is scheduled during the Cleveland County Fair, and prizes will be awarded to the winners. Following is a list of catergories; vocal solo-female, band/nstrumental group, in- strumental solo, dance solo, dance group, dance novelty solo, dance novelty group, and varie- ty. ) For further information about the Youth Talent Contest, con- tact one of the Performing Arts of Cleveland County directors { ¥ Thursday, September 1, 1983-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 5B Youth Talent Contest Set At County Fair Mcintyre, Thomas Poston and. Gene Cox) at Cleveland Tech (4844000), or Fair represen- tative Henry Dameron 4870651). Also, the Performing Arts of Cleveland County (PACC) will again this year be coordinating the drama, dance, and music for presentation on the midway during the 1983 ' Cleveland County Fair. PACC is free to all persons attending the fair, September 30 through October 8. Plans are to schedule enter- tainment each day of the fair, and individuals and groups of all ages are to be scheduled. A of the PACC directors and other interested dance, drama, and music persons will select the talent for the showcase, and cer- tificated of appreciation will be presented to individuals and groups who participate. Persons interested are encouraged to con- tact one of the PACC directors for further information. September 10. vocal solomale, vocal (Mrs. Dot Roark, Mrs. Dottie talents of the people of this area screening committee composed The semi-final competition for the Youth Talent Contest is scheduled in the auditorium at Cleveland Tech during September 14-16, and will be conducted by category. A max- ium of four acts will be selected Workshops Scheduled A series of workshops will begin Saturday at the M&J Pro- fessional Center, 215 East War- ren Street, Shelby. “The workshops will meet throughout September between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. The schedule includes: Sat., Sept. 3 - Stress manage- ment. Dr. V.W. Shull’s topic during the morning session will be “Diseases of the Twentieth Century.” John Bachaus, owner of Country Fun and Fitness, will guide the groups each Saturday in relaxation techniques. During the afternoon sessions, Dr. Bet- tye Carpenter of Gardner’'Webb College will discuss “Ways to Deal: With Stress.’’ The workshop is for men and women and is designed to help in- dividuals learn to cope more ef- fectively with stress. Sat., Sept. 10 - Dr. Richard Tedeshi, a clinical and manage- ment Psychologist, will speak on “Assertiveness Training” for men and women. The workshop is designed to help individuals understand and practice asser- tive behavior. Sat., Sept. 17.:-7Dr.. Faye Sultan, Psychologist, will speak on “Self-Esteem for Women.” The workshop is designed to help individuals see where they | have developed self-esteem and to tech some steps to build at- titudes and ways of dealing with others that will enhance one’s self-esteem. Sat., Sept 24. Creative, Cons aun tact for Singles” will be held by i Dr. V.W. Shull. The workshop is designed to help particpants look at behavior and attitudes that prevent them from getting the most out of their single ex- perience. The workshop is for men and women. Session guides are $15 each. The workshop is open to the 0 a public. To register and for more \_ information call 487-8421. KM Students Earn Honors DALLAS, NC., Gaston Col- lege students named to the 1983 Summer Quarter Honor Lists have been announced. The following students were named to the Dean’s List for the Sum- mer Quarter. In order to qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must take a minimum course load or not less than twelve quarter hours, and maintain at least a 3.50 average with no Why Pay $1.39 grade lower than a B and with no withdrawals or incompletes A, 7 \/ being recorded. The following students achieved this honor. : | KINGS MOUNTAIN: Bever- 3 8 4 ly G. Black, Route 3, Elizabeth 14 02.-Dog Food - Chopped Beef/Liver & Beef Bumgardner, Route 5, and Kal Kan Felicia D. Williams, Route 2. r ES BD, & ¢ Van Gallon - 5¢ Off 1 Lb. - Margarine Quarters group, Fresh Daily - 5 Lb. Pack Or More JI RR These prices good thru Saturday, September 3, 1983 $758 4 Lbs. 1%, Ground Swift - Sliced FREE Sweet Juicy Icebox Watermelons 129 Apple uice 69: 9.75 02. - Combo/Pepperoni/Sausage Mr. P's Pizzas vv Y% 5 99. Co Del Monte / = (7 ZN Why Pay $1.19’ 15 02. - Cat Food — Liver/Meat/Fish & Chicken Puss N' Boots 289. 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To complete the pro- gram of study, Kellie met re- quirements in the areas of career and personal development in ad- dition to specialized occupa- 8 ETT Why Pay $1.29 tional training. Kellie is now A) & : \ | © qualified for an entry- level posi- Ne tion in all areas of the Airline, Travel or Tourism Industry.

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