Chipola January 10 - 16, 2011 This Week An Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Institution Chipola opens Home Conference Season on Tuesday, Jan. 11 A newsletter for Chipola College students, employees, and friends Chipola hosts Pensacola, Tuesday, Jan. 11, in the Milton H. Panhandle Conference teams occupy the top five spots in the Johnson Health Center. The women’s game tips off at 5:30 p.m., latest FCCAA Women’s State Poll. Pensacola leads the poll. North- followed by the men’s game at 7:30 p.m. Pensacola is first in the west is second, followed by Gulf Coast in third. Tallahassee is fourth, state and national women’s polls. followed by Chipola in fifth. Both Chipola hoops squads opened the conference season The Indians narrowly defeated Gulf Coast, 68-64, on Satur- with wins at Gulf Coast on Jan. 8. day. Chipola improved to 15-2 and 1-0 in league play. Marcos Knight The Lady Indians 64-59 win over the Lady Commodores lead Chipola with 22. Chipola lead 38-31 at the half and by as many marked the first time that Chipola coach David Lane’s Lady Indi- as 12 late in the game. ans had won a game in Panama City. Carleeda Green led the Lady The Indians opened the 2011 campaign with a 104-77 win over Indians with 17 points. Jeniece Johnson scored 12. Brieona Warner Covenant Christian in Marietta, GA. The Indians outlasted the Beef had 11. O’Brady’s Basketball Club 94-92 in an overtime thriller in Panama Coach Lane said, “It was just a good, hard-fought game. City at the Gulf Coast Holiday Classic on Dec. 30. Chipola lead 36-26 at half. It was just a good win.” The Lady Indi- The Indians’ only losses of the season came at the hands of ans improve to 15-4 and 1-0 in conference play. Monroe College, 72-61 on Nov. 20, and St. Pete, 104-83 on Dec. 12. The Lady Indians defeated Bishop State 60-43 on Dec. 31. In the first FCCAA State Poll of 2011, Chipola is ranked fourth. Chipola outlasted Daytona 59-56 on Dec. 30. Jasmine Shaw led Northwest is first. Tallahassee is seventh and Pensacola is tenth. Chipola with 16 points and four rebounds. Carleeda Green scored Chipola travels to Northwest Florida, Jan. 15 before returning home 13. Brieona Warner had 10. Chipola whipped Santa Fe, 65-52 in the to host Tallahassee on Jan. 18. Cabot Lodge Holiday Classic on Dec. 29. Scores are available at www.chipola.edu or by calling 718- 2CJC. Chipola announces auditions for Little Shop of Horrors The Chipola Theatre will hold auditions for “Little Shop of wealth and fame in exchange. Horrors,” Jan. 10 at 5 p.m. and Jan. 11 at 6 p.m. Auditioners should be prepared to sing, dance and read lines The long-running Off-Broadway hit musical by the from a script. Parts available include: Seymour, a tenor singing songwriting team of Alan Menken and Howard Ashman will run voice and a bit of a klutz; Audrey, a high and squeaky voice with a March 9-13, 2011, in the Chipola Theatre. Brooklyn accent; Mr. Mushnik, a foreign accent who rants in Yid- The story centers on Floral-shop employee Seymour who dish; Dentist Orin Scrivello, who speaks with a cool drawl and discovers an exotic plant species at a flea market and brings it sings in spoken and yelled words; the Voice of Audrey 2, who sings back to Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist, where the mysterious plant in a powerful, deep R&B bass-baritone voice; and the trio of Chif- draws in curiosity seekers and customers. Mr. Mushnik is thrilled fon, Ronnette and Crystal, ages 16-30, in extremely important sing- with the new business, but soon, Seymour learns the plant has an ing and dancing roles. unusual appetite that must be satisfied. The plant, named “Audrey In addition to the voice of Audrey II, a puppeteer is needed to 2,” having developed a mind and a rhythm-and-blues singing voice manipulate three of the four Audrey II puppets. of its own, demands that Seymour fulfill its cravings, promising For information, call 718-2227 or email email@example.com. THIS WEEK AT CHIPOLA 10 MONDAY ! Administrative Council - 9 a.m., U Conf Room 13 THURSDAY ! Late Registration, Drop/Add & Employee Fee ! Student Ambassadors - 1 p.m., A156 ! Drop/Add & Employee Fee Waiver Waiver Registration for Spring A&B; 8 a.m. - 6 ! Governance Council - 2:30 p.m., Y Registration for Spring A&B; 8 a.m.-Noon p.m. ! CC BASKETBALL VS. PENSACOLA - Women ! FCA - 7 p.m., Cafeteria ! Student Government Association - 2 p.m., Z116 5:30 p.m., Men 7:30 p.m., Health Center ! Theatre Auditions for Spring Musical - 6 p.m., J 16 SUNDAY ! Theatre Auditions for Spring Musical - 6 p.m., J ! FCA Service – 8 p.m., Chapel 11 TUESDAY 12 WEDNESDAY ! Black Student Union - 10 a.m., C104 17 MONDAY ! Late Registration Spring A&B Ends at Noon ! Drop/Add & Employee Fee Waiver ! Martin Luther King Holiday - College ! Drop/Add & Employee Fee Waiver Registration Registration for Spring A&B; 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Closed for Spring A&B; 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Page 2 Chipola T his Week—January 10-16, 2011 Week Chipola’s Fall Dean’s List announced Dr. Sarah Clemmons, vice president of Instructional and Stu- Bristol—Carmen Foran, Jacqueline Jackson, Judson Rankin. dent Services at Chipola College, commends the 249 students who Campbellton—Michael Adkins. made the Dean’s List for academic achievement during the Fall Caryville—Audreanna Green. Semester 2010. Chipley—Candice Baxley, Justin Burnham, Lance Bush, Jesse To be placed on the Dean’s List, a student must take 12 or Carter, Mariah Carter, Amanda Cook, Cierra Corbin, Chelsea Dalton, more semester hours of courses and make an average of 3.25 (B+) Katie Davis, Aja Finklea, Allyson Gainer, Kristen Garney, Tanner to 4.0 (A) in all courses. Gilbert, Jennifer Guettler, Carly Hartzog, Cora Hawkins, Lisa Jenkins, Students who made perfect averages of 4.0—straight A’s— Alisha Killings, Marshal Malloy, Lisa Manchac, Bhagyashri Patel, and their hometowns are: Lyndsi Salter, Meghan Salter, Tiffany Stoe, Haley Worley. Alford—Dylan Paramore. Clarksville—Maegan Davis, Max Herndon, Brittany Altha—Emily Brooks, Brett Floyd, Ashton Lee. Stephens. Blountstown—Carla Daniels, Brandi Greene. Cottondale—Maxie Boles, Kellie Cartwright, Elizabeth Krauser, Bonifay—Nina Adams, Seanna Mattox, Mindy Myers, Anna Dylan Mayo, Alicia Rhodes, Tamekia Walton, Whitney Wilson. Parmer, Alisha Tate. Cypress—Robert Brown, Jr., Alayna Tharp. Chipley—Mary Alderman, Joy Belser, Jonathan Bruner, Phillip Graceville—Rebekah Carnley, Angela Jones, Kenya Merritt, Draayom, Micaela Goines, Adriane Guettler, Kimberly Knight, Alyssa Nancy Messer, Christina Shirah, Kayla Wilson. Munns, Charity Newsom, Jeffery Pitts, Caitlyn Prichard, Hillary Grand Ridge—Zachary Folks, Christopher Holloway, Saunders. Katherine McClelland, Ryan Pilcher, Madison Wester, Ariel White, Cottondale—Anthony Kadenzy, Meredith Ralls, Kimberly Jessica Harrell. Sloan, Brooke Vickery. Greenwood—Sarah Beach, Jordan Neel, Pamela Williams. Graceville—Ciara Jackson, Jessica O’Keefe. Malone—Jordan Exum, Brandon Jackson, Michael McArthur, Grand Ridge—April Holguin, Ashleigh Lollie, Caroline Pea- Jr., Marina Speros, Nikolas Speros, Christopher Williams. cock, Rachel Pelt. Marianna—Tiffany Anderson, Ferlon Baggett, Jr., Kristie Greenwood—Alicia Gambill, Benjamin Griffin. Bard, Johnni Barfield, Jessie Bodie, Caitlyn Bruner, Kendall Burns, Hosford—Hannah Moore. Ance Celmina, Hollie Daniels, Andrew Davis, John Debrauwere, Kinard—Amy McLeod. Melanie Foster, Harrison Fuqua, Zachary Gilmore, Kimberly Grant, Marianna—Mary Adams, Christine Andreasen, Travis Shelita Grant, Monica Guilford, Stephanie Hamm, Nicholas Harris, Bontrager, Austin Brockner, Megan Daniels, Megan Gardner, Paul Deanna Harrison, Courtney Hodges, Amber Ivey, Stefani Jackson, Gochenaur, Steffin Golden, Sarah Mathis, James McGrath, Dustin Michale Johnson, Dallin Kelson, Casey Lawrence, Stephanie Miller, Patricia Milliser, Jay Phelps, Ashley Raines, Kristina Lawson, Sherri Lipford, Larry Malphurs, Brandon Massengill, Vir- Snelgrove. ginia McDaniel, Ashley McLean, Victoria Mock, Thuy Trang Sneads—Jordan Coley, Daniel Williams. Nguyen, Aburimen Obehi, Cynthia Phillips, Maggie Rooks, Courson Westville—Megan Dady, Austin Garrett, Ethan Thomas. Saunds, Jared Scott, Hannah Shouppe, Sandy Sims, Kassandra Out of District—Elise Kirk of Sunny Hills. Starrine, Steven Stewart, II, Alton Stone, Elynn Wallace, Jessica Students who earned grade point averages ranging from Ward, Matilda Weeks, Joseph Whitfield, II, Jessica Whittington, 3.25(B+) to 3.99 (A) and their hometowns are: Mackenzie Willis, Crystal Womble. Alford—Christopher Brown,Tessa Jurgonski. Ponce de Leon—Dishaal Patel, Whitney Rushing, Braeden Altha—Mallory Basford, Rebecca Hambly, Shelbra Hires, Tory Skinner. Lipford, Katrina Messer, Kathryn Nichols, Emily Redmond, Lacy Sneads—Haley Bennett, Zachary Goodwin, Kimberly Waldorff, Rebekah Wiltse. Johnson, Allison McDaniel, Travis Moore, Jonathan Owens, Alex Bascom—Hallie Bowns, Wesley Stephens. Perry, Tyler Pickens, Courtney Rogers, Nathan Walden, Caitlin Wil- Blountstown—Ashley Adams, Virginia Baker, Jessica Collier, son, Christopher Wilson. Carlos Hall, Candace Koonce, Mary McClellan, Joseph Phinney, Vernon— Danielle Adkison, Haley Adkison, Tracy Scott. Megan Shoemake, Cameron Smith, Jeffrey Stewart, Warren Tanner, Out of District—Sara Djassi of Amadora, PT, Lynnsey Prevatt Allison Wroblewski. of Ashford, Ala., William Glawson and Kayla Todd of Chattahoochee, Bonifay—Arielle Alexander, Katelyn Bush, Nichola Bush, Hannah Lovestrand and Rebecca Stewartof Crawfordville, Steven Jonathan Carrell, Melinda Dampier, Elijah Dixon, Sara Gore, Pasley Ozbun and Scott Smith of Dothan, Ala., Jeverik Nelson of Jackson, Hayes, Nicholas Hobbs, Hanzhang Ca Liu, Ali Loflin, Kari Miss., Ashley Ellis of Noblesville, Ind., Lynnetta Boring of Panama McConkey, Mary Parish, Nina Patel, Joshua Peronto, Kristan Reale, City, Alexandre Lagarde of Pierrefonds, Quebec CN and Emily Sabrina Robinson, Paige Sellers, Victoria Short, Heather Worley. Streukens of Tallahassee. Chipola T his Week—January 10-16, 2011 Week Page 3 Small Business Seminars set at Chipola Chipola will offer two small business seminars on Jan. 21 with more scheduled in February and March. Two seminars are slated for Friday, Jan. 21. A Webinar on “Understanding Income Statements” will meet from 8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. A local Certified Public Accountant will help participants learn to understand income statements and discover line by line what all those numbers mean and how to analyze them efficiently. Also on Jan. 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., is a seminar entitled, “Marketing Series, Part 1: Introduction to 21st Century Marketing,” will be offered. Participants will learn the best methods for marketing a business and broaden and target market audience. Participants will also learn to easily create a free web site, discover which social media avenues are the best, and learn to optimize internet presence. On Friday, Feb. 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., a Webinar on “Understanding Balance Sheets” will be offered. Participants will discover where each line of a balance sheet comes from and how to verify and compare them in this course taught by a local Certified Public Accountant. Also on Feb. 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., “Marketing Series, Part 2: Marketing on the Internet and Using Social Media” will be offered. Participants will discover the power of having a social media strategy. Business owners also will learn to implement new marketing techniques, unlock the secrets of social media and establish an online presence. On Friday, March 11, a Webinar entitled, “Are You Missing Tax Deductions?” will be offered from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Participants will learn which tax deduction areas are being missed due to lack of communication with the tax preparer? Existing business owners will determine if a change of entity can decrease their taxes. Also on March 11, a seminar entitled, “Ultimate Business Plan,” will meet from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Participants will learn to create an impressive business plan to ensure business success. The workshops will meet in Room M-108 of the Chipola Business and Technology building. Cost of each seminar is $30. Register at http://clients.floridasbdc.org/center.aspx?center=41230&subloc=4 For information, contact Dr. Jim Froh at 718-2413 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Chipola Artist Series tickets on sale The Freddy Cole Quartet in Concert, the third event in the Chipola College Artist Series, will be presented Feb. 7, 2011. Individual event tickets - $12 for adults and $8 for ages 18 and under –go on sale Jan. 24 in the Chipola Business Office. Freddy Cole, a Grammy nominee in his own right, makes no apology for sound- ing like his brother, Nat King Cole. And he stands shoulder to shoulder with today’s jazz greats. Warm, in- timate, elegant come to mind with Freddy behind the piano and microphone. A master vocalist and pianist, Cole will captivate listeners with his warm presence, subtle phrasing, and world class jazz. He has been charming audiences in the States and abroad for over 40 years. Freddy’s music educa- tion began at Chicago’s Roosevelt Institute, contin- ued with degrees from the Juilliard School of Music in New York and the New En- gland Conservatory of Music. He hit the thriving jazz scene of New York City learn- ing the ropes from such in- fluential mentors as drummer Sonny Greer. For information, visit www.freddycole.com. The Manhattan Piano Trio closes the 2010-11 season, March 17, 2011. The Trio has become one of the most creative, exciting, and dynamic young ensembles in the United States. The group uses piano, violin and cello as their individual instruments of expression to present Classical, Romantic and Contemporary music. For information, visit www.manhattanpianotrio.com. Rhynes is Employee of the Month Monroe Rhynes is Chipola College’s Career Employee for Janu- ary. Rhynes has worked in the college Physical Plant since 2005. Here, Rhynes (right) is congratulated by Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough. Page 4 Chipola T his Week—January 10-16, 2011 Week UPCOMING EVENTS Olympic softball players coming to Chipola JANUARY Area softball players will have the once-in-a-lifetime chance to work with three team USA 10 Late Reg, Drop/Add & Olympic medalists at the Chipola College Softball field, Jan. 22-23, 2011. Employee Fee Waiver Reg for The Triple Threat team of Cat Osterman, Kelly Kretschman and Caitlin Lowe will provide a Spring A&B weekend of softball instruction focusing on pitching, offense and defense. 10-11 Theatre Auditions for Musical Pitcher Cat Osterman played at the University of Texas. She was an Olympic Gold Medalist and 11 Late Reg Spring A&B Ends at Silver Medalist, a two-time World Cup Champion and a two-time Pan American Gold Medalist. Noon Osterman was a three-time USA Collegiate Player of the Year and a three-time NFCA First-Team All- 11-13 Drop/Add & Employee Fee American. She was the two-time ESPY Award winner as the Top Collegiate Female Athlete. Cat is the Waiver Reg for Spring A&B assistant softball coach at DePaul University in Chicago, and plays professionally for the Rockford 17 ML King Holiday - College Closed Thunder. THIS WEEK Kelly Kretschman played outfield and infield at the University of Alabama. She was an Olym- “Chipola This Week” is a pic Gold Medalist and Silver Medalist. She also was a Gold medalist at the Pan American Games and weekly publication of the a member of the World Cup Championship team. The four-time NFCA All-American lives in South- Chipola PR Office. ern California and plays for the USSSA Pride. Deadline for the next is- Caitlin Lowe played outfield at the University of Arizona. She was an Olympic Silver Medalist sue is 8 a.m., Wednesday, and a Gold medalist at Pan American Games. A member of the two-time World Cup Championship January 7. Articles will be team, she also was a four-time NFCA First-Team All-American. Caitlin now resides in Texas where printed as space permits. she gives specialized lessons in out-fielding and slapping. E-mail Evelyn Ward at Chipola head coach Belinda Hendrix says, “This is a great opportunity for local players to learn email@example.com. from some of the best softball players in America.” The two day Chipola camp will include six hours of instruction each day with lunch included. BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK Registration fee is $200 by Dec. 18 and $250 after Dec. 18. 11-Jan Lee Shook For information, call Hendrix at 718-2358 or 718-2359, or visit www.chipolaathletics.com. 15-Jan Annie Graham Spring Registration Continues at Chipola LIBRARY HOURS. Spring semester classes at Chipola College began Jan. 7, but late registration will continue through Monday - Thursday noon on Tuesday, Jan. 11. 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Traditional courses as well as online and independent study courses are available. Three terms Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. are offered in the Spring semester. Term A runs Jan. 7 through May 3. Term B runs Jan. 7 through March TECH CENTER HOURS. 2. Term C runs March 3 through May 2. Monday - Thursday Chipola offers AA degrees, workforce programs and BS degrees. The Associate in Arts (AA) 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. degree provides the first two years of college for students planning to transfer to a university or into Closed Friday one of Chipola’s Bachelor’s degree programs. Curriculum guides that outline requirements for specific majors are available on the college website at www.chipola.edu ACE HOURS. The college also offers several bachelor’s degree including Mathematics and Science for middle Monday - Thursday or high school, Elementary Education, Exceptional Student Education, Business Management and an 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. RN to BSN program in nursing. The college also offers an Educator Preparation Institute which Friday 8 - 2 p.m. provides teacher certification for persons with a bachelor’s degree in a non-teaching major. Chipola was recently approved to offer a BS degree in Business Administration with concentra- STUDENT IDS. Student ID’s tions in Accounting and Management and a BS degree in English Education. The new degrees will will be made on Tuesdays begin in May. from 8-11 a.m. and 1-3:30 Workforce programs include: Automotive Technology, Corrections, Computer Systems Technol- p.m. and Wednesdays from ogy, Cosmetology and Law Enforcement. Associate in Science (AS) programs include: Business Ad- 8-11 a.m. in Building A. All ministration and Management, Computer Information Administration, Criminal Justice Technology, students must obtain a stu- Culinary Management, Early Childhood Education, Fire Science, Network Administration and Recre- dent ID. Replacements are ation Technology. $10. Bring your Fall fee re- The Health Science Division offers training programs for a number of health-related careers. The ceipt to get your ID. Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program is a 1+1 LPN to RN curriculum. Students are eligible to take the LPN exam after the first year, and the RN exam after the second year. The college also offers an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program and a Paramedic program. A new Paramedic to RN bridge program is set to begin in Summer of 2011. Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) classes are set to begin in January. Chipola’s open-door policy allows any student with a high school diploma to enroll after complet- ing an application and providing high school or college transcripts. Applications are available online at www.chipola.edu. Students without ACT or SAT scores must take the College Placement Test by calling 718-2284. For information, call the Chipola Registration Office at 718-2311, or visit www.chipola.edu.