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June 2007

6/27

BPC hosts 2007 GBC Youth I, Youth II Music Camps

MOUNT VERNON – Brewton-Parker College (BPC) in Mount Vernon was again the host of two of the Georgia Baptist Convention’s (GBC) summer youth music camps June 10-16. 2007 marks the second year the GBC’s Music & Worship Ministries...

   
6/27

FCA Passing Camp at BPC brings God to the game

MOUNT VERNON—Last week’s high temperatures and humidity didn’t stop five high school football teams from putting their heart into their game – both physically and spiritually – on the Brewton-Parker College (BPC) soccer fields.

   
6/21
Getting to know: Inez Adams
   
6/18

BPC offers key support at Douglas ‘Rick & Bubba’ book signing

MOUNT VERNON – Brewton-Parker College representatives provided key support to a book signing event for the newest book by New York Times best-selling authors and zany radio hosts Rick Burgess and Bill “Bubba” Bussey.

   
6/15

Learning Assistance Director receives AIR Fellowship

MOUNT VERNON – Dr. Bill Denni, director of learning assistance at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, Ga., was one of five educators who received a fellowship to attend the Association for Institutional Research (AIR) Summer Institute on...

   
6/15

BPC greets Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting messengers

MOUNT VERNON – Brewton-Parker College administration and representatives attended the Southern Baptist Convention’s Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas June 12-13 held in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.

   
6/14
Getting to know: Carla Ostrander
   
6/14

Early Registration Day: Excitement is in the air!

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College (BPC) held its second Early Registration Day (ERD) for the Fall 2007 semester Saturday, June 9 on its Mount Vernon campus...

   
6/14

Holland drafted by Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

MOUNT VERNON – Tremayne Holland, a junior right-handed pitcher for the Brewton-Parker College baseball team last season, was drafted June 8 by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (LAA) in Major League Baseball’s First Year Player Draft.

   
6/11

BPC alumni invited to The Rick and Bubba Code signing in Douglas

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College’s Office of Alumni Relations invite alumni and friends to join BPC representatives at Covenant Christian Church in Douglas, Ga. Saturday, June 16 for a book signing of the newest book by New York Times best-selling authors and “zany” radio hosts Rick Burgess and Bill “Bubba” Bussey, The Rick & Bubba Code (Thomas Nelson, 2007).

   
6/11
Getting to know: Suzanne Shurling
   
6/11

BPC names Sug Parker new women’s basketball coach

MOUNT VERNON – The all-time leading scorer in Brewton-Parker College basketball history has returned to his alma mater to lead the women’s basketball program.

   
6/7

Jean Snooks honored for lifetime dedication to local DAC chapter

MOUNT VERNON—Longtime Brewton-Parker College friend and supporter, Jean Snooks of Ailey, was honored with a lifetime achievement award from the Gen. Richard Montgomery Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of American...

   
6/6

Brewton-Parker sociologist presents paper in Hawaii

MOUNT VERNON—Dr. Harry L. Vogel, assistant professor of sociology, represented Brewton-Parker College’s Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the sixth annual Hawaii International Conference on the Social Sciences held in Honolulu.

   
6/1

BPC Basketball signs high school prospects

MOUNT VERNON – Steve Barker, athletic director and head men’s basketball coach at Brewton-Parker College, has announced the signing of high school seniors Gavin Chapman and Chris Jordan to play for the Barons next season.

   
6/1

BPC May 2007 Honor Graduates announced

MOUNT VERNON— Twenty-six Brewton-Parker College students, who completed their degrees in May, 2007, qualified as honor graduates, announced Dr. T. Ronald Melton, provost.

   
6/1
Getting to know: Keri Reece
   
6/1

White leads BPC’s financial aid office

MOUNT VERNON— Brewton-Parker College’s former assistant director of financial aid, Jackie White, stepped into the directorship position for the college department earlier this month, said Dr. David R. Smith, BPC president.
   
6/1

BPC’s Annual Fund surpasses its 2007 campaign goal

MOUNT VERNON— Brewton-Parker College’s Annual Fund campaign has more than met its mark.

   
6/1

Alpha Omega Collegiate Ministries represents BPC at national level

MOUNT VERNON—One of Brewton-Parker’s newest ministry organizations, Alpha Omega Collegiate Ministries (AOCM), sent two representatives to attend a national Alpha Omega Leadership Conference May 16-18 in Cleveland, Tenn.

   
6/1

BPC’s Education Division meets national standards

MOUNT VERNON— Brewton-Parker College’s Division of Education recently received word that its professional education offerings are “provisionally accredited” by the prestigious National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Unit...

 

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