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Published by Chipola College, 2018-05-02 10:46:40

Chipola Monthly May 2018

Chipola Monthly May 2018

Chipola Students
Recognized For Academic


Chipola officials recognized the
accomplishments of two students—Ann
Marie Brown and Katie Everett—at a
recent press conference. Both are members
of the All-Florida Academic Team. Brown
also was named a 2018 Coca-Cola Academic
Team Silver Scholar. For winning a national
award, Brown’s portrait will hang on
Chipola’s Academic Wall of Honor. Pictured
from left, are: Chipola President Dr. Sarah
Clemmons, Ann Marie Brown, Katie Everett,
Dr. Pam Rentz and Charity Sikora.

Softball Players named All-Conference

Twelve Chipola softball players have been named to the
Panhandle All-Conference team.
Head Coach Belinda Hendrix and Jimmy Hendrix,
Associate Head Coach, were named Coaches of the Year.
Candela Figeroa was named Player of the Year. Krystal
Goodman was named Pitcher of the Year. First team All-
Conference selections include: Pitchers—Krystal Goodman
and Morgan Goree; Infielders—Alexis Grampp, Bobbie
Morris and Ally Clegg; Outfielders—Barbara Woll and Amy
Woodham; Catcher—Candela Figueroa; At-Large—Brooke
Second team selections include: Outfielder— Jordan
Gaten and Catcher—Lauren Finch. Infielder Melany
Sheldon earned Honorable Mention honors.
Chipola (46-1, 18-1) will play Eastern Florida State in
the first round of the state tournament, Thursday, May 3, at
4 p.m. EST.Chipola is Panhandle Conference Champion and
first in both the state and national polls. The Lady Indians
were unbeaten through the first 44 games of the season.

Deadline to apply for a music or theatre audition or

an art interview for a 2018-19 Chipola College Fine Arts

scholarship is June 1. Students should submit the online

application as soon as possible to schedule an interview

or audition.

CHIPOLA SCIENCE DAY—The Chipola Science Club hosted The scholarships are available to high school graduates
Science Day for area high school juniors and seniors. who plan to pursue studies as music, theatre or art majors
Chipola science faculty and students set up stations are eligible to apply for scholarships.
representing various scientific disciplines. Online scholarship applications and audition information

is available at


Chipola Theater Director Charles Sirmon recently selected the cast for the children’s musical,“The Cat in the Hat Live,”which will be
presented to elementary school children. A public
performance is May 10 at 7 p.m.
The cast includes: Ashleigh Braswell as
Voiceover, Brock Harris as Boy, Bailey Foxworth as
Sally, Mary Keyton as Cat, Destin Dawson as Fish
Puppet, Anthony Severson as Fish Voice, Landry
Tharp as Thing 1, Grace Wester as Thing 2, Sydney
Cobb as Mother, Sarah Liffick and Jayriah McGriff
as the Cat in the Hat assistants.
Everyone’s favorite cat comes to life in this
theatrical adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic.
Tickets—$8 for adults and $6 for 18 and
under—go on sale two weeks prior to the
performance and are available online at www. and at the Box Office.
Like ChipolaTheatre on Facebook.

Appreciation Club makes donation to Chipola -The Chipola Appreciation Club The Chipola Black Student Union
recently donated $34,000 to Chipola College to help fund scholarships for student- attended the recent Florida African
athletes. Funds were generated from endowments in the names of: John Ratzlaff, American Student Association (FAASA)
W.A. Woodham, Sam Mitchell, Milton H. Johnson, David Coley, Sen. Bill Montford, Convention in Jacksonville. The students
Ronnie Myers, Michael Keenan, and Robert and Kay Trammell. Athletes are, from accomplished much this year through
left (front): Chelsea Cook, Ally Clegg, Amy Woodham, Courtajia Sanders, Valerie events like: Anchorage Children’s Home
Nesbitt, Max Guzman, Andrew Grogan, Keishawn Brewton and Cheikh Faye. On the Toy Drive, Hurricane Irma Relief, Mental
back row are Club Officers and college officials: David Johnson, Chuck Hudson, Health Symposium, Voter Registration
Shannon Saunders, Dr. Sarah Clemmons, Jeff Johnson and Robert Trammell. Drive, Boots and Blues BBQ Event. Dr.
Willie Spires is the faculty adviser. New
Chipola will offer a course in Spanish officers are: Presidents: LaNia Baker and
Conversation for Foreign Travel, May 8-June Leamon Sims; Vice President: Christopher
19. The two hour class meets Mondays and Brockington; Treasurer: Charmaine Baker;
Tuesdays from 5:30 to 7:45 p.m. Tuition is $224. Secretary: Alliyah Baker; Historian:
Registration is open through May 8. Apply Marquis Baker; Parliamentarian: Deana
online at Griffin and Chaplain: Titus Clayton.
Contact Dr. Mark Ebel at [email protected]
edu or (850)718-2282.

Chipola Baseball headed to State
The defending national champion Chipola College Indians (38-
12, 18-6) are headed to the FCSAA State Tournament as Panhandle 1 FinalExams
Conference Champions for a fifth straight year. 2 GradesDue10a.Including“I”GradesfromFall‘17
Chipola plays the Southern Conference runner-up in the first round 3 Graduation7p
of the FCSAA State Tournament, Friday, May 11, at 4 p.m. (CST) at 4 Baseballvs.St.JohnsRiver-5pm.
Joker Marchant Stadium in Lakeland. 4 LastFacultyWorkDay-Spring
A webcast is available at 4 ACTRegistrationDeadlineforJuneExam
fcsaa_baseball_tournament 5 Baseballvs.LouisianaStateUniversityEunice-3pm.
Deep South Sports will broadcast Chipola’s games on WJAQ- 6 Baseball vs. Louisiana State Eunice-11 pm. &
100.9 FM in Marianna. The double-elimination tournament continues St.JohnsRiver-2pm.
through May 15. 7 CollegeBegins4DayWorkWeek
4 FacultyReturns-Sum.I10a.
The Indians are led in hitting by Max Guzman with a .450 batting average with 14 7 RegistrationSum.I8a.-4p.
homeruns. Edmond Americaan is hitting .446. 8 ClassesBegin-Sum.I
Phillip Sanderson (9-1) and Andrew Grogan (7-1) lead the Indians’ pitching staff. 8 LateReg.Drop/Add&Emp.FeeWaiverReg.8a.-6p.
Sanderson has a 2.69 ERA. Grogan has a 2.08 ERA with 2 saves. 9 LateReg.Drop/Add&EmployeeFeeWaiverReg.
Chipola (18-6) is the Panhandle Conference Champion. Tallahassee (13-11) is the 8a.-Noon
runner-up in the conference. The Indians are the number three team in the state poll and 10 Children’sTheatreProd.,TheCatintheHat,CFA,7p.
ranked eighth in the NJCAA National Poll. 11 2018-19ScheduleofClassesDue
12 MusicThroughPerformance,CFAExp.Theatre
SIGNING 19 CAAPExamforallAASum.I&IIGrads
21 LastDayforVerticalTransferforSum.I
DAY 2018 28 MemorialDayHoliday-CollegeClosed
31 DeadlinetoapplyforSum.IGrad.-AllDegrees

Chipola Athletics on April 17 hosted a signing ceremony for student-athletes who Swimming Lessons set at Chipola
signed with four-year colleges and universities. Pictured from left, are: Kiana Coomber
(University of Memphis), Shamarkus Kennedy (McNeese State), Nana Sule (New The Chipola Pool will open for public
Mexico State); (back) Morgan Goree (University of West Georgia); Debora Ribeiro swimming May 14 with weekend hours
(University of Alabama at Birmingham); Krystal Goodman (University of Alabama), beginning June 2. Hours are Monday
Alexis Grampp of Chattanooga (Eastern New Mexico University), Alex Webb of through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Columbia, (Jacksonville State University) and Phillip Sanderson of Greenville, North Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
Carolina—University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Not pictured: Tyra Johnson and Sunday, 1 to 6 p.m. Daily admission
of Decatur, Alabama—Troy University; Yuat Alok of Auckland, New Zealand— is $3 for 12 and under, and $4 for ages 13
Texas Christian University; and Tobias (TJ) Howard of Lithonia, Georgia—Towson and up. Season passes are available.
University; Pape Diop of Senegal—Southeastern Louisiana University and Brandon Swimming lessons for all ages are
Mahan of Birmingham, AL— Texas A&M. $55. A Parent/Infant Class (ages 3 and
under) will meet June 4-7 at 10 a.m. An
CHIPOLA NURSING GRADS—Members of Chipola College’s Associate Degree Adult Class (ages 15 and up) will meet
Nursing Spring 2018 class are, from left: (front) Colleen Mears, Desiree Goddin, Jessica June4-7,at7p.m. Grouplessonsforages
Hallmon, Ryann Moore, Mallory Myhill, Ronisha Miller, Ashley Dickens, Amanda four and up will meet: Session 1: June 11-
Easter, Mackenzie Stream, Rebecca Cooley, (back) Eli Whitehead, Magnum Coker, Cody 21; Session 2: July 16-26. Ages 4-5 meet
Dunaway, JoLynn Windham, Brian Williams, Arina Heleski, Joslyn Connor, Autumn at 9 a.m. and ages 6-14 at 10 a.m. or 7
Corbin, Marrah Mclain, Courtney Duffell, Hunter Dobbs, Stuart Gamble, Christchan p.m.
Chaney, Kody Bryan, Shana Johnson and Emily Enfinger.

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