HELLO DOLLY ACannsotunced Chipola adds B.S.
Degree concentration in
Chipola Theater director Charles Sirmon recently cast local actors in the musical,
Hello Dolly, which opens a five-day run, Feb. 22. Information Systems
The cast includes: Gabriela Merz as Mrs. Dolly Levi, Darby Benjamin as Ernestina, Destin
Dawson as Ambrose Kemper, Keith Watford as Horace Vandergelder, Sarah Liffick as Ermengarde, Chipola offers a Bachelor of Science
Zac West as Cornelius Hackl, Saylor Novonglosky as Barnaby Tucker, Grace Wallace as Minnie in Business Administration with three
Fay, Dianna Floyd as Irene Malloy, Ashleigh Braswell as Mrs. Rose, Colton Day as Rudolph different concentrations.
Reisenweber, Anthony Severson as Stanley. TheBSBAAccountingConcentration
The ensemble includes: Karissa Mercer, Oliva Wester, Sarah Beth Yoder, Madyson Hendrix, prepares students for jobs in both the
Angela Jones, Jamie Gibson, Karen Redman, Nicole Morse, Caroline King, Stephanie King, financial and managerial accounting areas
Jennifer Bernier, Elizabeth Bennett, Stephanie Mitchell, Grace Rossou, Cheyenne Cobart, including auditing, financial statement
Katelyn Cannady, Sydney Jansen, Bethany Schneider, Jamie Sory, Venus Boyd, Jaylyn Palmer, preparation, and taxation fields. Students
Calen Masai, Victoria Kanesm, Jill Berquist, Hannah Ahalaseh and Breeanna Bennet. are also encouraged to pursue specific
The children’s ensemble includes: Victoria Kanes, Anna Barber, Emilyann Raoulhac, accounting certification designations.
Kodibeth Bates, Alec Griffin, Catherine Lewis,Addison Hussey, Madelin Garcia, Emily Rezek, The BSBA Management
Willa Wester, Chandler King, Alana Kerr and Keegan Bernier. Concentration teaches leadership skills
for both supervisory and management
~Chipola TRiO helps positions. A management specialization
with Merryanna ~ prepares students for jobs in profit and
non-profit organizations including
Over the holidays, the Chipola business, service, manufacturing,
TRiO Society Club volunteered at distribution and retail industries.
the annual ‘MerryAnna Mistletoe Chipola recently added a BSBA
Information Systems Concentration.
Market’. The TRiO Society is The degree prepares students for jobs in
comprised of students within the information technology with areas of focus
Student Support Services program. that include business continuity, computer
networks, telecommunications, databases,
development, programming, project
management and security. Students may
pursue multiple technology certifications.
Contact Dr. David Bouvin, Dean of
the School of Business & Technology at
718-2380, email email@example.com.
Chipola Baseball Alumni Weekend is Feb. 3-4
Major league baseball stars and dozens of other former Chipola players are expected to return to their
alma mater for the annual Baseball Alumni Weekend Feb. 3-4.
The weekend will include live college baseball action, a Homerun Derby, great food and the chance to
rub elbows with the pros, including two-time MLB Homerun champ Jose Bautista.
The Indians play three games on Friday and Saturday against Walters State and San Jacinto.
An Alumni Dinner and Auction is Feb. 3, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $100, with table sponsorships
available for $1,000. Sponsors earn recognition, 8 dinner tickets and 4 HR Derby Field Passes. Other
sponsorship opportunities are available.
A full day of activities is set for Feb. 4. An MLB Alumni Homerun Derby starts at 12:30 p.m. The
college will honor long-time Coach Ellis Dungan as well as the 2007 Chipola National Championship team.
MLB All-Star Adam Duvall will have his number 6 jersey retired. The MLB autograph session runs from
2:30 to 3:30. For information, email John DiLaura at Dilauraj@chipola.edu or visit www.chipola.edu.
Both Chipola basketball teams open conference play Saturday, Jan. 7, at Gulf Coast.
Chipola hosts Tallahassee, Saturday, Jan. 14, at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
The Chipola Indians (16-2) won both games at the Gulf Coast Classic on Dec. 29-30. Chipola
outlasted East Georgia State, 103-74, on Dec. 30. The Indians trounced UW Sheboygan, 119-51, on
Chipola won two of three in the Beef O’Brady’s Classic, Dec. 16-18. The Indians beat Jefferson
Technical, 96-60, on Dec. 18. Chipola lost a close 86-85 contest to Monroe on Dec. 17. The Indians
whipped Harford, 89-48, on Dec. 16.
Chipola is the fifth-ranked team in the FCSAA State Poll and the number 23 team in the NJCAA
National Poll. Deyshawn Martin leads the Indians with 12.2 points and 5.1 rebounds per game.
The Lady Indians (16-0) are second in the FCSAA State Poll and the number 3 team in the
NJCAA National Poll. Gulf Coast (15-0) is first in both polls.
Chipola picked up a couple of wins at the Daytona Beach Classic including a 63-45 win over
Miami Dade on Dec. 30, and a 71-25 win over ASA on Dec. 29.
Five Lady Indians are averaging double figures through the first 16 games: Raven Baker-Northcross
(14.4), Sydnee McDonald (13.9), Danielle Garven (13.6), Barbara Johnson (11.0), and Tiaera Philips
(10.7). For more information, visit
Don’t Miss the Action at
these Conference Games as
Chipola Plays at Home!
Chipola Firing Range using American-Made Ammo Jan. 14 vs. Tallahassee 5:30/7:30 PM W/M
The Chipola Firing Range recently signed an agreement to Jan. 21 vs. Pensacola State 5:30/7:30 PM W/M
purchase ammunition from Armada Ammunition, a veteran
owned company based in Gadsden County, Florida. Pictured Jan. 24 vs. Gulf Coast State 5:30/7:30 PM W/M
from left, are: Lou Morgan Daniels, Corrections Program
Manager; Stephen Stewart, Chipola Law Enforcement Program Feb. 7 vs. Northwest Florida State 5:30/7:30 PM W/M
Director; Ken Ellis, Armada Ammunition; Jamie McAllister,
Chipola Public Service Program Director and Darwin Gilmore, Feb. 18 vs. Tallahassee 5:30/7:30 PM W/M
Chipola Dean of Workforce and Economic Development.
Feb. 25 vs. Pensacola 5:30/7:30 PM W/M
Chipola recently hosted a
SEASON STEM Event for more than 100
area high schoolers. Students
3 participated in activities related
to epidemic, which is widespread
Chipola Automotive Technology instructor John Gardner is now occurrence of an infectious disease
filming Season 3 of Tech Garage which will air on Discovery’s in a community at a particular
Velocity Network in January 2017. The show can be seen locally time. Students worked as
on Comcast/Infinity 412, Direct TV 281 and Dish 246. The series epidemiologists to learn the ways
has aired since 2015 at 8:30 a.m. EST on Sundays. Chipola pathogens spread.
recently hosted a Premiere Party to debut the first episode. Visit
www.velocity.com and www.chipola.edu The Chipola Community Chorus begins
rehearsal Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 6 p.m., in
the McLendon Fine Arts Building, Room
H108. All adults and high school students
are invited to join the Chorus under the
direction of John Martin.
Chipola Fall Nursing Graduates~ January
Chipola celebrates the 49 students who completed the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program 2 NewYear’sHolidays-CollegeClosed
in December. Graduates include: Lindsay Anders, Carolyn Bailey, Amynah Binmahfooz, Jessica 3 Faculty&StaffReturn-Spring
Bradley, Coubi Bush, Summer Bush, Holly Byler, Shelby Clark, Kimberly Clemons, Shericka NewStudentTesting
Davis, Tawanna Dunaway, Caitlyn Ellis, Dustin Everitt, Jennifer Fortner, Wendy Gavin, Wade 4 ReturningStudentReg.&Drop/Add8a.-3p.
Glisson, Jenny Godwin, Lyndsay Griner, Deana Griswold, David Hamilton, Kylee Harrell, 5 Registration&Drop/Add8a.-6p.
George Hoffman, Stephanie Howell, Nicholas Jensen, Jordan Johnson, Bonnie Jones, Angela 6 ClassesBegin-Spring
Joyner, Eli Leavins, Mari Lipford, Jessica Metcalf, Charlene Miles, Michael O’Neill, Rhonda 6-10 LateReg.,Drop/Add&EmployeeFeeWaiver
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Carolyn Stiles, Cora Ann Thomas, Charley Wilson, Christopher Woods and Brandi Wright. TRiOMtg.1:30p.Cafe
Chipola EMT Grads~ 13 ACTReg.Deadline-FebruaryTest
Ten students recently completed the 14 TRiOAfterPartyDance-9p.CulturalCtr.
Emergency Medical Technician program 16 MartinLutherKingHoliday-CollegeClosed
at Chipola College. Pictured from left, 17 CRAAMtg.DutchTreat11:30a.Jim’sBuffet
are: (front) David King, Taylor Birge, 19 PerformanceofARaisinInTheSunat7pm,CFA
Shanna Letner, Ciara Reagan, Garing 20 DeadlinetoSubmitAthleticEligibility–Spring
Cooper, (back) Lawrence Burdeshaw, 21 Basketballvs.PensacolaState-5:30/7:30,W/M
Health Science Director Dr. Karen 23 NightStudentSocial7p.Cafeteria
Lipford, Blain Barfield, EMS Director 24 Basketballvs.GulfCoastState-5:30/7:30,W/M
Tina Maloy, Jason Hall, Dustin Sawyer,
Cavan Hanna and EMT instructor
• Baseball Alumni Weekend, Feb. 3-4
• TRiO Celebration Day, Feb. 7
• Literature/Language Fest., Feb. 10
• SSS Campus Tour to FSU-PC, Feb. 11
• Financial Aid/Scholarship Workshop, Feb. 15
• Artist Series Cashore Marionettes, Feb. 16
• Homecoming, Feb. 18
• Hello Dolly, Feb. 22-26
The Chipola Artist Series will present the
Cashore Marionettes, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m.
Unmatched in artistry, grace and refinement of movement, the internationally
acclaimed marionettes redefine the art of puppetry. Learn more at www.
cashoremarionettes.com Tickets ($20 for adults and $10 for ages 18 and under)
are available at www.chipola.edu/boxoffice or at the Box Office beginning Jan.
17. Call 718-2420.
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