Newspaper Archive of
The Florala News
Florala , Alabama
Lyft
July 11, 2012     The Florala News
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 11, 2012
 

Newspaper Archive of The Florala News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




PAGE 8 THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 2012 b lser Hazel Lewis and Eloise Judson The Carver National Alumni Association recently spon- sored a Lazy Hat Tea at the Carver Community Center. This is one of the many fundraisers that the community holdsto keep the Carver Community Center operating. There were a variety of hats worn by the women who at- tended. A fashion show held along with a skit entitled, "If This Hat Could Talk", where the ladies showed off their hats and told the group what their hat would say if it could talk. Speaker, Mrs. Catherine Thompson-Duncan, talked about what we as ladies can do to improve our community and the people in it. The ladies enjoyed a variety of great food and showing off their beautiful hats. Thanks to all who made this event successful. TOP PHOTO (Back row, l-r) Catherine' Thompson- Duncan, Speaker Of the event, Mary Nell Williamson, Niyaka Williamson, Cindy Bass, Melissa Smiley, (front Wrow, l-r) Sharon Barnes, ceo- la Collins, Glady Thompson, and Margret Books. (At right) The ladies en- joyed a variety of refresh- ments during the event. Any new students moving into the Florala High School (FHS) area should go by the school and register right away for the new school year. It is very important to register as soon as possible. New students must have an Alabama Health Immuniza- tion Certificate. These certificates can be acquired from the county health department or from a private physician. Im- munization records from other states must be converted. Parents should be with the new students when register- ing. There are forms that must be complete and signed by the parent. It would be very helpful when registering to have the last report card or records from the school attend- ed last year. FHS office hours are Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. 4:30 p.m., closed on Friday. Appointments may be made for oth- er times by contacting the office at 334-858-3765. FROM PAGE6 On June 25-28, the Florala Christian Service Center was blessed with eight youth and two adults with their working hands. These youth and adults came from Kentucky and South Carolina on a mission trip with the group that was laying brick at Westside Baptist Church. The group helped organize the book section, children play area, organize clothes racks, dusted, vacuumed, sort clothing, etc. "They were a great help organizing our store and a blessing to be around, "said center director, Cindy Phillips. She sends a big "Thank You" to all that participated! (Back row, l-r): Jesse Butts, Ben Barnett, Kyler Dugle, Kam Bruner, Bonnie Ann Duke and Jacob Gowin; (front row, l-r) Maddie Lee, Darlene Butts, Abigail Griggs, Ronda Jones and Lyla Lowe. LBW Community College The report forecasts thatFor 12 credit hours dur- plete programs in Air Con- faculty and staff are prepar- 63 percent of all jobs will ing one semester at LBW- ditioning and Refrigeration, ing for Fall Semester withrequire at least some post- CC, fees and tuition for the Automotive Mechanics, registration starting July secondary education. Em- 2012-2013 academic year to- Child Development, Diag- 13. ployers will need 22 million tal $1,584, compared to Cur- nostic Medical Sonography "LBWCC offers a great new workers with postsec- rent rates at Troy Univer- (ultrasound), Diesel and value for educational dol- ondary degrees, and the re- sity's $3,372; up to $3,546 Heavy Equipment Mechan- lars,"saidLBWCC President port shows that number will at University of South Ala- ics, EMT-Paramedic, Para- Dr. Herb Riedel. 'Tq3nether fall short by three million- ] ama; Alabama State Uni-medic to Associate Degree seeking a two-year degree in workers without a dramaticversity's $4,041; Univer-Nursing, Practical Nursing academic transfer programs change in course, sity of Alabama's $4,665;(LPN), and Welding. or technical training for fu- "America needs more and Auburn University at Other technical programs ture or current jobs, we offer workers with college de- $4,723. at LBWCC that can be corn- students an excellent edu- grees, certificates, and in- ' hese university rates pleted in one, two or three cational experience at much dustry certifications," said may actually change sincesemesters include CAD less cost than four-year in- Anthony P. Carnevale, the some have increases pend-Operator (drafting), Child stitutions and our highly Center's director."Ifwe don't ing," said LeMaire. Development, Consumable credentialed instructors be- address this now, millions of In addition to universityArc Welding Processes, Cos- lieve in student success." jobs could go offshore." transfer programs, LBW- metology, EMT-Basic, Es- College is becoming in- He further states, "High CC offers several technical thetics Technology, Forest creasingly important, ac- school graduates and drop-programs, many of them inWorker/Aide, Microcomput- cording to a 2010 report outs will find themselves high-demand, high-paying er Application Specialist, by Georgetown University largely left behind in thefields, she said.. Nail Technology, Registered Center on Education and coming decade as employer Because the demand is Nursing Mobility Program, the Workforce. The report, demand for workers with so high for technical train- Surgical Technology, and titled "Help Wanted: Pro- postsecondary degrees con-ing, it is making an impact Therapeutic Massage Tech- jecting Jobs and Education tinues to surge," on some' who already holdnology. Requirements Through The report further high- a bachelor's degree, accord-"Pending approval by the 2018," states some level lights a trend in recent ing to Jan Riley, LBWCC'saccrediting organization for of education beyond high years in reports to the Bu- director of admissions and colleges in the region, we school is what most employ- reau of Labor St'atistics that records, hope to also offer a new Cu- ers will need within the next sometimes a certificate in a 'qCVe are seeing a lot more linary Arts short-certificate six years, particular trade, a two-year situations where people who program next term," said "According to this report, associate's degree or just a already have a four-year de- LeMaire. the number of jobs requiring few years of college may be gree are comingback to train For individuals without at least a two-year associ- as valuable, if not more so, in a technical program," she a high school diploma, LB- ate's degree will outpace the to one's career and income said. WCC offers free adult edu- number of people qualified as a traditional four-yearLBWCC's career techni- cation and GED preparation to fill them by at least three bachelor's degree, cal programs that can be classes in Andalusia, Opp, million by 2018," said Ren e "For those pursuing a completed in five semesters Florala, Greenville and Lu- LeMaire, LBWCC public in- four-year degree, LBWCC include Computer Science,verne. A new provision of formation officer and direc- offers a great value for Drafting and Design, Emer- federal Pell Grant funds tor of marketing and devel- their first two years," said gency Medical Services, For- requires at least a GED for opment. LeMaire. "Whatever their est Technology, Industrial students to receive student "It clearly makes the point major, students can get Electronics, and Office Ad- financial aid, said LeMaire. that some education after their first two-years of basic ministration - Medical Of- For more information high school is increasingly courses for less than half the rice Option. about LBWCC, visit the required for entry into a sig- cost comparedto most four- In only four semesters atwebsite at www.lbwcc.edu dificant number of jobs." year institutions." LBWCC, students can corn-or call (334) 222-6591. 6 p.m Located at 22507 Sixth Avenue right next to the Sixth Avenue Cleaners. Church phone: 334-858-8432. For further information call 858-5330. ST. JOHN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Members of St. John Missionary Baptist Church where Rev. A.D. Bell Jr. has been pastor for 31 years invite you to worship each Sunday. Sunday school 9:45 a.m., "L1 a.m. regular order of service., Wednesday Bible class 7 p.m. 2nd Sunday after Sunday School there is a series of bible class- es (subject: The Apostle Doctrine). (3rd Sunday regular or- der of ervice) (4) Sunday morning after Sundays School a bible class is held (subject: Making the Most of your Chris- tian Life). Located on Martin Luther King, Jr. Street. THE LIVING WATERS CHURCH Rev. Billy W. Bell, Tammy L. Bell and the congregation of The Living Waters Church, located at 1294 Hwy 85, Laurel Hill, FL, welcome everyone to their services. This white block church is located beside the Clear Springs Baptist Church. Sunday services 10-12 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wednesday 6:30 p.m. For more information call 334-574-0112,334-208-4722, 334-764-2870. UNITED METHODIST CHURCHES Florala First United Methodist Church, 1310 5th Street, Florala. Members cordially invite you to Sunday School for all ages at 10 a.m. Worship Services at 11 a.m. (nursery pro- vided) Weekly Bible Study is offered at 6:30 p.m. on Tues- day in the church's Fellowship H II. The church also has a Devotional Time at the Florala Health & Rehab LLC at 9 a.m. each Thursday in their dining hall. For further information call 858-3456. Christian Home United Methodist, 1479 Parrish Road (formerly Highway 6), Florala (south of Highway 4 approxi- mately 6 miles from Florala). Members invite you to Worship Services on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 9 a.m., followed by Sunday School. Bible Study is offered every Wednesday at 10 a.m. For further information call 652-4766. Hopewell United Methodist Church, 987 Gomillion Road, Florala (off Highway 4 approximately ten miles from Florala, south on Co Rd 20 or Gomillion Rd). members invite you to Worship Services on the first and third Sundays of the month at 9 a.m., followed by Sunday School. For further in- formation call 652-4474. WESTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Bro. Phil McMillian and the congregation at Westside Bap- tist Church would like to invite all to join them for worship. Sunday services include Sunday School 10 a.m. morning worship 11 a.m. and evening worship at 5 p.m. Wednesday prayer service for adults, youth and children begin at 6:30 p.m. The church is located at.21967 Lockhart Blvd, Florala. For further information, call 334-858-3763.