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HIGHEST AWARD IN PIANO-Ashley Gossett and Greg
Thompson, above, received the Medium Gold Cup in recent
piano recital and award ceremonies by pupils of Mrs. Mar-
Kings Mountain. National
Military Park will continue
evening programs and other
summer activities this weekend.
On Saturday, June 23 as dusk
falls upon the battlefield ridge at
Kings Mountain National
Military Park, two participants
of the Battle of Kings Mountain
will return to tell of their various
experiences encountered on Oc-
tober 7, 1780. As they guide you
on a candlelight tour of the bat-
tlefield the two participants will
offer both sides of the battle,
Patriot versus Loyalist. This pro-
gram will reveal some of the
challenges that the people of the
Carolina frontier were faced
with during the American
Revolution. All who are in-
terested should meet at the Na-
tional Park Visitor Center at
On Friday, June 29, the
award-winning 440th Army
Band of the North Carolina Na-
tional Guard will present a con-
cert in the National Park Am-
_ phitheater. The Band has been
named the outstanding National
Guard Unit in North Carolina
seven times since 1947. And in
1978 the Band received the
honor of serving as the official
Military Band of the United
States Military Academy, West
Point, New Y ork.
The band will perform a wide
selection of musical numbers in-
cluding: Top Forty, Dixieland,
Pop, Beach, Country, and
Patriotic Music. The concert will
begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Na-
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SMALL GOLD CUP AWARD-Cheryl Perkins, above, received
the Small Gold Cup Award during recent piano awards
ceremonies from Mrs. Marshall Gore, piano teacher.
tional Park Amphitheater. In the
event of inclement weather, the
concert will be moved into the
Weather permitting, the Liv-
ing History program will con-
tinue this weekend. The Revolu-
tionary War campsite will be
tended by park employees and
volunteers in the 18th century
dress. The Living History Pro-
gram features musket and rifle
demonstrations on the hour
from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
on Saturday and from 1:00 p.m.
until 4:00 p.m. on Sunday. Other
camp chores such as cooking and
musket ball making will also be
demonstrated in camp.
Weather permitting, the
Howser House will be open for
visitation from 1:00 p.m. until
4:00 p.m. on Sunday. A member
of the park staff will be stationed
at the house to reveal the history
behind this rock structure.
Other on-going daily programs
An 18 minute film, Kings
Mountain: Turning Point in the
South, an 8 minute audio-visual
museum tour, 1.5 mile Bat-
tlefield Trail, 16 mile system of
Hiking Trails, 10 mile system of
The public is invited and en-
couraged to attend all programs.
There are no admission fees for
any of these programs.
July 16 Is Deadline
To Apply For Grant
Cleveland Technical College
ill participate in a Criminal
Justice ‘Scholarship Program
made possible by the North
Carolina Sheriff’s Association.
The purpose of the program is to
award annual scholarships to
students enrolled in the cur-
riculum area of Criminal Justice.
Each of 46 technical and com-
munity colleges that offer
Criminal Justice. Each of 46
technical and community col-
leges that offer Criminal Justice
or Police Science programs, is
eligible for one scholarship for
the academic year 1984-85. The
scholarships, which are valued at
$220 each, will cover tuition and
some book costs.
To qualify as a candidate for a
Criminal Justice scholarship at
Cleveland Tech, a student,must
be a resident of North Carolina
and be enrolled (or intend to
enroll) in a technical degree pro-
gram in Criminal Justice. The
local scholarship recipient will be
selected annually by Tech’s
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Last week the third annual
Red Cross Disaster Institute was
held at Francis Marion College
in Florence, S.C. Disaster
courses were offered for people
with all levels of experience and
training for both Red Cross
Staff, Volunteers, and members
of other disaster related agencies.
Attending from the Cleveland
County Chapter were Paula
King, Jim Toole, Polly Almond
(Volunteers) and Martha
Scruggs, Executive Director.
They became certified in the
following areas: Casework,
Damage Assessment, Ad-
ministering a Small Disaster,
Shelter Management, Health
Services, Public Relations in
Disaster, Damage Assessment
Supervision, Disaster Planning
in Chapters and ARC and State
Relations. National instructors
and participants were from all
areas of the United States.
On Dean’s List
Tim Leach, Eric Moore and
Mary Katheryne Plyler, all of
Kings Mountain, were named to
the spring semester Dean’s List
at Wingate College.
Students must have carried 12
or more hours of academic work,
have had no grade below a C,
and have made at least a 3.3
grade point average to qualify
for the Dean’s List.
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