February 18-24, 2002
Pajama Dress Up Day
Building Decoration Contest
Inside Chipola This Week
Page 2: Sellout expected for Footloose
Page 3: CJC Lit/Lang winners
w Student Government — 2 p.m., Z116 Page 4: CJC hoops squads finish regular season this week
w CEA Meeting—2:30 p.m., C13
w FCA Meeting—6 p.m., K Homecoming Week at Chipola
High School Spirit Dress Up Day Chipola Junior College will celebrate beads and tacky garb. A Talent Show will
w CJC vs NFCC (women)—5 p.m., R Homecoming 2002 Feb. 18–23. “The Boat be held at 10 a.m. in the Arts Center. All
w CJC Baseball vs Lake City—4 p.m. Stops Here,” this year’s Homecoming CJC students are invited to share their tal-
w Governance Council theme, describes what CJC fans hope their ents of four minutes or less. Cash prizes
w CJC Board Meeting Indians will do to arch rival Gulf Coast in will be awarded to the winners.
w Student Ambassadors—1 p.m., Z116 the big Homecoming games on Feb. 23. Thursday, Feb. 21: Camouflage Day
20 WEDNESDAY Student activities – Students are asked to
Mardi Gras Dress Up Day for the week include: wear camo gear.
w SGA Talent Show — 10 a.m., I Monday, Feb. 18: Friday, Feb. 22: Blue
w Phi Beta Lambda — 10 a.m., L413
Pajama Day – Students and Gold/War Paint Day
w Black Student Union — 10 a.m., C4
w PTK Meeting—10 a.m., Z116 are asked to wear their – Students are asked to
w BCM—10 a.m. H108 favorite pj’s. A Building show their Indian spirit
21 THURSDAY Decoration Contest be- by wearing school col-
Camouflage Dress Up Day tween CJC clubs will be ors. A Student vs. Fac-
w Music & Theatre Scholarship Auditions judged. Monday is the ulty Basketball game is
for 2002-2003 deadline for students to set for 10 a.m. in the
w University of Florida Food & Resource register in the Student Johnson Health Center.
Economics Recruiter—9 a.m., C Activities office to be a Students should sign up
22 FRIDAY contestant in the Homecoming Talent Show. in the Student Activities office.
Blue and Gold/War Paint Dress Up Day Tuesday, Feb. 19: High School Spirit Saturday, Feb. 23: Homecoming
w Student/Faculty Basketball Game—10
Day – Students are asked to wear high Night begins with conference games pit-
23 SATURDAY - HOMECOMING DAY school colors. ting the Indians against the Commodores
w Alumni Reception — 6-7:30 p.m., R Wednesday, Feb. 20: Mardi Gras Day of Gulf Coast. Tip-off for the women’s
w CJC vs GCCC (women)— 5:30 p.m., R – Bring the spirit of the annual New Or- game is 5:30 p.m. An Alumni Reception
w Alumni Reception — 6-7:30 p.m., R leans celebration to Chipola by wearing Continued on page 2
w CJC vs GCCC (men)— 7:30 p.m., R
w Homecoming Dance — After Game - K
Baseball/Softball at home This Week
Date Opponent Time Baseball/Softball
Feb. 19 LAKE CITY 4:00 Baseball
6-9 FCCAA State Basketball Tournament
6-10 Spring Musical “Footloose”
12 Ambassador‘s Leadership Conf Basketball at home This Week
18-22 SPRING BREAK Date Opponent Time Women/Men
LOCATOR Feb. 18 NORTH FLORIDA 5:30 W
A- Administration L- Business
Feb. 23 GULF COAST 5:30/7:30 W/M
B- Library M- HOMECOMING GAMES
C- Social Science N- Workforce Devel Labs
D- Fink Natural Science 0- Success Center, Electronics
Happy Birthday CJC Family
E- Physical Plant Office P- AutomotiveT ech
F- Residence Hall R- Johnson Health Center
G- Student Services S- Continuing Ed/Conference Ctr
H- McLendon Fine Arts T- Pool
I- Arts Center U- Foundation House Feb. 18 Angie Tyler Feb. 21 Sonny Wise
J- Theater Y- Public Service Feb. 21 Nancy Nobles-Dunkle Feb. 22 Jeff Bodart
K- Cafeteria, Bookstore Z- Literature/Language
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ANIMAL CONTROL Homecoming, continued from page 1
CJC will offer the 40- begins at 6 p.m. in the Chipola Appreciation Club dates: Holli Lynn Daffin of Cottondale, Karen
hour Animal Control Room. CJC President Dr. Dale O’Daniel and his Gwaltney of Marianna and Leah Nicole Moneyham
Course for Law Enforce- wife, Judith, invite all alumni and friends to attend of Grand Ridge; freshman Mr. Chipola attendants:
ment Officers March 4-8. the free reception, sponsored in part by the Chipola Mason Mayo of Blountstown, Brian Mitchell of
The course is also open Chapter of the Florida Association of Community Marianna and John Jacob Thompson of Marianna;
to individuals who need Colleges. The men’s game begins at 7:30 p.m. CJC’s sophomore Mr. Chipola candidates: Charlie
animal control certification 2002 Homecoming Queen and Mr. Chipola will be Alexander of Sneads, Nicholas Barth of
for county and municipal crowned during halftime. A student Homecoming Blountstown and Bruce Smith of Two Egg. Chipola’s
agencies as required by Dance will be held in the cafeteria immediately fol- 2002 Homecoming Queen and Mr. Chipola will be
Florida Statute 828.27. lowing the game. selected from the sophomores.
Classes will be taught Chipola’s 2002 Homecoming Court includes: For more information on any of these Home-
in the Public Service/Crimi- freshman Homecoming attendants: Beth Harris of coming events, call the SGA office at 718-2308 or
nal Justice Department Graceville, Marcy Murdock of Malone and Charyl 718-2314.
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tyus of Sneads; sophomore Homecoming candi-
The course is approved
by the Florida Animal Con- Early sellout expected for Chipola’s Footloose
trol Association. Cost is
$265. Pre-registration is Tickets for the Chipola Junior College pro- Chipola is one of the first colleges to produce
required by Feb. 25. duction of Footloose go on sale Feb. 20 in the CJC a stage version of the hit movie. Footloose perfor-
For information, call Business Office. mances on Broadway began about four years ago
(850) 718-2286. The musical’s five-day run begins March 6, and after two and a half years, the rights became
and Chipola Theater Director Charles Sirmon en- available off-Broadway.
REPS ON CAMPUS courages everyone to get their tickets early, as all Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for students and
Susan Shiver, from the 350 seats are expected to sell out for each perfor- free to CJC students and employees.
College of Agricultural & mance. Sirmon says this is the largest scale musical For CJC Theater information, contact Charles
Life Sciences at the Uni- that he has produced during his three years at CJC. Sirmon at (850) 718-2227.
versity of Florida, will be
in Building C on Feb. 21 Singers invited to join CJC Chorus for Haydn’s “Creation”
from 9 a.m. until noon. The CJC Chamber Chorus invites community als are set for April 1 and 2 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the
Gail Holmes from the singers to perform in an upcoming presentation of First Presbyterian Church.
University of West Franz Joseph Haydn’s “The Creation.” Dr. Ed Lyon, the director, said, “The chorus is
Florida will be in Building The concert will be presented Thursday, April open to community members who might wish to
C on Feb. 21 from 9 a.m. 4 at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of participate. It is not necessary to attend all rehears-
until noon. Marianna. Rehearsals have begun and are sched- als, but chorus members are encouraged to attend
Jennifer Fenwick, from uled on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday morn- as many as possible.” Scores are available for pur-
Florida State University ings at 10 a.m. in Room 108 of the McLendon Fine chase at $4 each.
Panama City Campus, will Arts Building. An evening rehearsal is scheduled Prospective chorus members should call Dr.
be in Building C from 10 for Monday, March 25 from 7 to 10 p.m. in Room Lyon at 718-2221 to indicate their interest and to
a.m. until noon on Feb 25. 120 of the McLendon Building. Two dress rehears- get a copy of the rehearsal schedule.
A recruiter from the
Florida National Guard
will be in Building C on
University scholarship information available in Student Services
Feb. 26 from 9 a.m. until Student Services has information on many must be planning a career in the field of medicine.
noon. scholarship opportunities: Application deadline is April 15.
A Scholarship Guide is available from the College FSU Panama City announces a new Phi Theta
LOST & FOUND of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) at the Univer- Kappa Scholarship. Applications for admission/
LOST: Gold Tennis Brace- sity of Florida. Application deadline is March 15. scholarship may be picked up in Student Services.
let, and black zip-up cd Scholarship information and application The Panhandle Gator Club presents schol-
pouch with the word packet are available from Troy State University at arships to deserving students in the Bay, Calhoun,
“church” written in white (re- Dothan. Application deadline is March 11. Gulf, Holmes, Franklin, and Washington County
ward offered). The University of North Florida announces areas. Applications are available in Student Ser-
Lost and Found is lo- the availability of Community College Transfer vices. Deadline for submission is April 23.
cated in Student Services, Scholarships for Minorities. All information and Chipola AA grads planning to major in Busi-
Building G. applications can be accessed through their website ness are eligible for a transfer scholarship to the
at http://www.unf.edu/dept/equalop/. University of West Florida. Applications are avail-
Scholarship applications for the W.W. able in the CJC Dean’s Office in Building Z, Room
Richardson Scholarship are available. Applicants 230. Deadline is April 1, 2002.
Chipola This Week— February 18-24, 2002 Page 3
CJC Literature/Language winners GRAD DEADLINE
Some 120 students from 11 area high schools Savannah Bennett of Graceville High; honorable Students graduating
competed in writing, reading, speech, oral interpre- mentions—Jana Jones of Blountstown High and Spring or Summer 2002,
tation, literature, humanities and grammar contests Erum Faruqui of Blountstown High. must apply for Diploma by
at Chipola Junior College on Feb. 8. Oral Interpretation: first—Alex Mrazek of March 1. See a counse-
The occasion was the twelfth annual Vernon High; second—Megan Hall of Blountstown lor or your program in-
Throssell Literature/Language Festival hosted by High; third—Erica Sapp of Holmes County High; structor for information.
Chipola’s Arts and Letters Division. The purpose honorable mentions—Chase King of Blountstown
of the festival is to recognize and encourage aca- High and Ashley Green of Marianna High. CJC TUTORS
demic excellence. Literature: first—Paige Rentz of Sneads High; Chipola Heart Day is
Prizes were awarded to first, second and third second—Shena Finch of Cottondale High; third— Friday, Feb. 22, from 8
places, as well as two honorable mentions, in each Brandon Taylor of Marianna High; honorable men- a.m. to Noon, in Room
category. tions—Kaye Jesson of Holmes County High and 112 in Building A.
Contest winners from participating schools Colleen Peoples of Vernon High. CJC faculty and staff
are listed below. Humanities: first—Christie Evans of Ponce are invited to visit for free
President’s Reading Award—Paige Rentz of DeLeon High; second—Lindsey Smitherman of Hemoglobin Testing, Cho-
Sneads High. Sneads High; third—Ashley Melzer of Sneads High; lesterol Testing (no fasting
Writing: first—Heather Scurlock of honorable mentions—Rona Van Lierop of Marianna needed); Glucose Testing
Cottondale High; second—Rebekkah Sapp of High and Cianna Pender of Marianna High. (best if done fasting for ac-
Vernon High; third—Sheryl Rosen of Marianna Grammar: first—Katie Bradford of Marianna curate results); Blood Pres-
High; honorable mentions—Jill White of Vernon High; second—Jill White of Vernon High; third— sure Checks; Calculation of
High and Amy Bates of Altha High. DeJuan Stevens of Vernon High; honorable men- Body Mass Index (BMI)and
Speech: first—Jordan Sims of Marianna High; tions—Kristi Sanders of Holmes County High and Calculate your Weight-
second—Whitney Sims of Marianna High; third— Rachel Brooks of Sneads High. Height (WH) Ratio.
These free tests are
designed to help predict
Area Juniors attend CJC Phi Theta Kappa Leadership Day the risk for cardiovascu-
More than 100 area high school juniors at- Dames, Brandon Sasser, Brian Toole, Brian Wilder, lar disease and what to
tended Chipola Junior College’s second-annual Phi Chris Shaw and Derek Thompson. do about it.
Theta Kappa Leadership Day, Jan. 30. Cottondale High— Sandrika Davis, Lauren Visitors get Free Heart
The group of mostly honor students partici- Eade, Derrick Henderson, Lindsay Polston, Seth Smart healthy snacks and
pated in leadership-building activities and a goal- Rogers, Megan Scurlock, Doneisha Thompson and a Heart Smart Dietary
setting workshop. PTK members led small student Robert Wood. Guideline Booklet.
groups in discussions about the traits of good lead- Graceville High— Demeetris Beachum, The event is spon-
ers. Students also discovered what kind of leader- Frederick Beachum, Jessica Bollinger, Georgia Britt, sored by the CJC Health
ship abilities they possessed. Kara Campbell, Jonathan Cox, Angelia Douglas, Sciences Division.
Lunch was catered by Jackson Hospital and Jordan Girton, Brent Martin, Kerchal Morris, Curtis For information, con-
was shared with various community leaders. Polston, Stewart Price, Roderico Thomas and tact Carol Hardin, ext.2438.
Guest speakers for the event were Wendell Candis Williams.
Taylor, Jackson County Admistrator, who spoke on Grand Ridge High— Sara Birge, Amanda STUDENT IDS
leadership, and John Alter, retired public relations Boyd, Tony Cockerham, Todd Davis, Chris Student IDs will only
executive, who spoke on community. Quattlebaum and Edrick Smith. be made on Tuesdays in
Participating high schools also donated 100 Jackson Academy of Applied Technology— Student Services.
cans of food to help PTK’s End Poverty Campaign. Amanda Ayers, Pamela Barnes, Lamurci Buute, An-
Marianna High contributed 44 cans. MHS was tonio Collings, Kiandra Everett, Kathleen Griffin, UNF OPEN HOUSE
awarded a tub of ketchup and each student received Joanna Hamm, Earl Johnson, David McLean, Kaleb The University of
a Hardee’s gift certificate. Mercer, Coralis Rodriguez, Kacie Smith, Christopher North Florida will hold an
Students from the following high schools at- Swindle and Felicia Trent. Open House for transfer
tended the conference: Marianna High— Rob Bondurant, John Brewer, students from Florida pub-
Altha High-Amber Adams, Tracy Adams, Jr., Amanda Hall, Scott Hopkins, Lauren Milton, Tara lic community colleges on
April Adkins, Charlie Adkins, Chris Balle, Troy Padgett, Lauren Peacock, Aimee Pelt, Cianna Pender, Saturday, March 9.
Brady, Tandy Dolin, Keith Johnson, Terri Keith, Mallory Petty, Terra Pumphrey, Alan Riley, Lyndsey Riley, To make a reservation
Krystal Masters and Ashley Watford. Jordan Sims and Brandon Taylor. call (904) 620-2625 or go
Blounstown High— Adrian Abner, Eric Sneads High—Leigh Barnes, David Brown, online at www.unf.edu/ad-
Clemons, Robin Eberly, Emily Guilford, Jenny Kassi Brown, Scarlett Cerhel, Justin Kirkland, missions/tour.html.
Guilford, Megan Hall, Sharon Henderson, Lydia Waylon Lewis, Ashley Melzer, Lance Mitchell, Lance
Johnson, Patrick Pratt and Beena Syed. Mitchell, David Palmisano, Tyler Poole, Paige Rentz,
Chipley High— Maribeth Corbin, Chloe Jesse Roberts and Lisa Tyus.
Page 4 Chipola This Week— February 18-24, 2002
Vertical Transfers must
Chipola hoops squads to finish regular season this week
be in the Registrar’s Office Both Chipola basketball teams wind up the regu- Coast, Saturday, Feb. 9. Brandon Freeman led
by 3 p.m., Friday, Feb. 15. lar season this week with Homecoming on Feb. 23. Chipola with a conference-high, 30 points. Wayne
On Saturday, Feb. 16, Chipola takes on Bransom had 20. John Andrews scored 18. Kareem
UF WORKSHOP Okaloosa-Walton in a pair of conference games. Johnson had 14. Michael Wilds scored 11 in his
The University of Feb. 16 is dubbed Washington County Apprecia- first start of the season.
Florida will hold its annual tion Night as CJC president Dr. Dale O’Daniel has With a week remaining in men’s league play,
Workshop for Minority Stu- invited all residents of Washington County to at- OW (7-2) is in first place. TCC is (6-3). PJC is (5-3).
dents Feb. 24-25, in tend both games free of charge. CJC is (3-6). Gulf Coast is (1-8).
Gainesville. The workshop The Lady Indians host North Florida Mon- The Lady Indians slipped to 12-14 and 3-8 in
is open to all minority stu- day, Feb. 18, at 5:30 p.m. The game was originally the conference with a 68-53 loss at TCC. Leading
dents who plan to transfer scheduled for Feb. 19. Chipola will celebrate Home- scorers for CJC were Rebecca Montz with 14 and
to the University of Florida. coming 2002 on Feb. 23 when they host arch-rival Lanita Carter with 12.
Applications and regis- Gulf Coast. Gulf Coast (12-0) leads the women’s confer-
tration materials are avail- The Indians fell to 17-10 on the season with a ence race. OW (8-3) is second. PJC and (6-6) is in
able in Student Services. 62-61 loss on the road in Tallahassee. Head coach third. TCC is (5-6). CJC is 3-8. NFL is (1-11). The
Ryan Cross said, “It was a hard fought game. We top two teams men’s and women’s teams in the
IM UPDATE had several chances but missed too many free league earn a trip to the State Tournament set for
The IM department re- throws.” CJC shot 16 of 30 free throws. March 6-9 at Chipola.
minds all students to take The Indians scored a big 99-72 win at Gulf For the latest scores, call 718-2CJC.
advantage of the Bowling
League on Monday and Chipola baseball/softball teams off to great starts
Wednesday nights from The Chipola Indians baseball team improved run homeruns.
8:30-9:30 p.m. at Kindel to 10-2 with a 12-4 win over Wallace College, Troy Fry (2-0) got his first start of the season.
Lanes. Lanes are limited Wednesday, Feb. 13 in Dothan. He gave up 5 hits, no runs and no walks and struck
to 12 bowlers per night. Chipola’s Victor Alvarez was 3 for 6. Ivan out 9 in five innings. Chad Coffee came in the 7th for
The bowling is free. There Naccarata was 2 for 4. Ricardo Ninita went 2 for 4 one inning to strike out 2 and give up 1 hit. Randy
is a $1.75 shoe rental fee. with 2 RBI’s. Randy Roth was 2 for 5 with 2 RBI’s. Rolph struck out two in the last inning.
Call 526-4492 for lane as- Pitcher Johnny Lynch evened his record to 1- The Indians host Lake City, Tuesday, Feb.
signments. 1 on the year, going three innings allowing 1 hit 19 at 4 p.m. and then play 11 games on the road
Don’t forget Wild and striking out 3. TJ Large went 2 innings. Kellen from Feb. 23 through March 3. The Indians begin
Wednesdays and Fast Fri- Ludwig went 2 1/3 innings, allowing no hits and their defense of the Panhandle Conference title on
days at 9:50 a.m. in front of striking out 2. Eric Johnson threw the final inning. March 15 when they host Tallahassee at 5 p.m.
the Library. Students have The Indians swept a doubleheader from South The Lady Indians softball team improved to
participated in a variety of Georgia College on Tuesday, Feb. 12. Chipola blanked 4-2 after sweeping a doubleheader from Alabama
interesting and amusing con- SG 4-0 in game one. CJC’s leading hitter was Russell Southern on Feb. 11.
tests to win a coveted Intra- Martin, who was 2 for 4 with a 2-run homerun. Ricardo CJC blanked AS 10-0 in game one. Jessica
mural T-shirt. Just show up Nanita was 2 for 3 with a solo homer. Finch was the winning pitcher. She struck out five
to participate. Starting pitcher Les Hassen (1-0) got his first and gave up one hit in four innings. Amanda
start of the season. He went 5 innings and allowed Edwards got the save, allowing 2 hits and striking
AU ENGINEERING DAY 5 hits, gave up no walks and no runs and struck out out 1 in 1 inning.
Auburn University has 9. Adam Dunavant went the last 2 innings. He Chipola won game two 8-0. Stevie Gray
scheduled Engineering Day gave up 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 4. pitched a no hitter, striking out 2 in 5 innings of
on Feb. 22. For information Chipola blasted South Georgia 9-0 in game play. CJC chalked up 18 hits in two games.
contact Student Services. two. Leading hitter was Chad Farr, who was 2 for 3. The Lady Indians are on the road until March
Blake Balkcom and Luke Johnson both smacked 2- 4 when they host Wabash CC at 4 p.m.
“Chipola This Week” is a weekly publication
of the CJC PR Office. Things You Might Not Have Known
Deadline for the next issue is noon, Thurs-
day, February 21. Articles will be printed as space Before writing 007 novels, Ian Fleming studied lan-
permits. Call ext. 2265, or e-mail Evelyn Ward. guages at Munich and Geneva universities, worked
with Reuters in Moscow, and then became a banker