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NORTH HALLOWEEN PARTY-Pictured are some of the contestants in the North School Halloween
costume contest during a hot dog supper and Halloween event sponsored by North School PTO.
Southern Bell Donates
$22,000 To NC Colleges
RALEIGH -- Southern Bell
Telephone Company has donated
$22,000 to the N.C. Community
College System, renewing its com-
mitment to the community-based
scholarship program started by the
company three years ago.
The donation will provide forty-
four $500 scholarships to commu-
nity college students in the
Southern Bell service area.
The $22,000 check was present-
ed to the State Board of
Community Colleges by Royce N.
Angel, Southern Bell operations
manager for customer services,
Wilmington. Angel is vice chair-
man of the Board.
Last year, 21 community col-
leges received $1,000 each under
the scholarship program. This
year, Brunswick Community
CONTEST WINNER-Robin Perkins, above, won the Halloween
costume contest at North School recently.
STUDENT
Name: Rivers Smith
Age: 17
Residence: 411 W. Gold
St., Kings Mountain
Family: (parents, brothers
& sisters) Joe & Nancy
Smith (parents); Jodi
McDaniel, Joni Smith.
Favorite Subject(s): Band
History
PROFILE
Extra Curricular Activities: (clubs, honor
societies, sports, etc.) National Honor Society -
Vice-President ; Beta Club
- President.; Drum Major,
KMHS Band; French Club; Senior Class President.
Hobbies: Dance, Music
What You Want To Major In At College: Music
Education
Worse Fears of Students Today: Failure after high
school.
Best Advice From Teachers: A year of school is to
be taken day by day.
Best Advice For Teachers: Listen a little more.
College, Supply, was added.
Other colleges awarding
Southern Bell scholarships are:
Alamance Community College,
Haw River; Asheville-Buncombe
Technical Community College,
Asheville; Blue Ridge Community
College, Flat Rock; Caldwell
Community College and Technical
Institute, Hudson; Cape Fear
Community College, Wilmington;
Central Piedmont Community
College, Charlotte; Cleveland
Community College, Shelby;
Forsyth Technical Community
College, Winston-Salem; Gaston
College, Dallas; Guilford Technical
Community College, Jamestown;
Haywood Community College,
Clyde; Isothermal Community
College, Spindale; Mayland
Community College, Spruce Pine;
Mitchell Community College,
Statesville; Richmond Community
College, Hamlet; Robeson
Community College, Lumberton;
Rockingham Community College,
Wentworth; Rowan-Cabarrus
Community College, Salisbury;
Wake Technical Community
College, Raleigh; Wayne
See Donate, 4B
NORTH SCHOOL NEWS
BY JACKIE HOUSTON
From 5:30 until 7:30 last
Thursday evening, North
Elementary School celebrated
Halloween by having a fund raiser
sponsored by the P.T.A. There were
several fun activities including a
hot dog supper, a dunking booth, a
Thursday, November 2, 1989-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 3B
North Has Fund-Raiser
raffle, and a Halloween costume
contest.
The dunking booth was a very
popular event. Joey Hopper, our
principal; Kathy James, our PE.
teacher; Jane Talbert, our media
specialist; and school board mem-
bers Mrs. Priscilla Mauney and
Billy King each were in the dunk-
ing booth at different times. I'm
Kings Mountain and Gastonia
GA
sure they all got wet!
The hot dogs must have been de-
licious because approximately 675
were sold. The hot dog plates also
had baked beans, slaw, and potato
chips. The desserts were sold sepa-
* rately, and there was a delicious
variety to choose from. The
See North, 4B
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