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Published by Chipola College, 2017-12-01 14:41:23

Chipola Monthly December 2017

Chipola Monthly December 2017


The Chipola Indians host Washington Academy, Friday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m., and Georgia Highlands,
Saturday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m. Chipola (7-1) is the number five team in the FCSAA State Poll.
The Indians beat St. Petersburg College 95-68 on Nov. 25. TJ Howard and Pape Diop each scored
18 points. Diop had 10 rebounds. Yuat Alok scored 17 points with 7 rebounds. Keishawn Brewton had
10 points.
The Indians suffered their first misfire of the season in a tough-fought 86-85 overtime loss to College
of Central Florida. The score was tied at 77-77 at the end of regulation. Yuat Alok led Chipola with 19

points and 9 rebounds. Shamarkus Kennedy scored 17 points with 9 rebounds. TJ Howard scored 14 points. CJ Williamson
scored 13 with 7 rebounds. Chipola beat Southern Shreveport 84-60 on Nov. 14. Brandon Mahan led Chipola with 16 points.
Keishawn Brewton added 14 points and Pape Diop scored 10. Chipola trounced Baton Rouge CC 93-70 on Nov. 13. YuatAlok
led Chipola with 20 points and 8 rebounds. JJ Miles scored 16. TJ Howard had 13. Diop added 11.
The Lady Indians are the number 8 team in the FCSAA State Basketball Poll. They host Central Georgia Tech, Friday,
Dec. 8, at 6 p.m. The team also hosts Arkansas Baptist, Wednesday, Dec. 13, at 6:30 p.m. The Lady Indians scored a 92-55 win
over Broward College on Nov. 26. Tyra Johnson led Chipola with 32 points. Courtajia Sanders scored 20 points. Nana Sule
had 16 points. Kiana Coomber had 12 points. Chipola scored an 87-51 win over Hillsborough College on Nov. 25. Courtajia
Sanders led Chipola with 24 points and 6 rebounds. Tyra Johnson had 15 points. Namiko Adams scored 11. Kiana Coomber
had 10 rebounds. The Lady Indians scored a 65-44 win over IMG Academy on Nov. 16. Robin Beck led Chipola with 21
points and 3 rebounds. Nana Sule scored 8 points and pulled in 15 rebounds.

Spires appointed to Brain Bowl
FAMU Advisory Board
Brain Bowl has Great Fall Season—The Chipola College Brain Bowl completed a
Dr. Willie Spires, Dean of Chipola’s very successful fall season competing in three community college tournaments.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Team members are, from left: AlexTharp,Turner McCroan, Katie Everett, Hunter Davis,
Department, has been appointed Caroline Gilley, Mathew Pelham, Hayden Church and coach Stan Young. Assistant
to Florida A and M University’s coach Dr. Robert Dunkle is not pictured.
Agribusiness Program Advisory
Board. Agribusiness is part of
FAMU’s College of Agriculture
and Food Sciences.

The Chipola Fine & Performing Arts Department Chipola Softball beats FSU
will present A Chipola Christmas, Dec. 7-8, at 7
p.m., in the Center for the Arts. The Chipola Softball team beat Division 1 opponents Florida
Chipola’s talented show choir, music students, State University and Embry-Riddle on Nov. 10 to finish out
and community chorus will perform sounds of the the Fall season.
season in a beautiful holiday setting. The Lady Indians trounced Embry-Riddle, 10-0,
Tickets—$10—are on sale now at the Chipola on Nov. 10. Alexis Grampp was 2 for 3. Barbara Woll
Box Office or online at (pictured) was 2 for 2. Jordenne Gaten was 2 for 3. On
Contact the Box Office at 850-718-2420. the mound, Krystal Goodman started for Chipola and
pitched 3 innings with 2 strikeouts and no runs. Morgan
Goree threw 2 innings. Amy Woodham pitched two
innings with 3 strikeouts.
The Lady Indians beat FSU, 1-0, on Nov. 10. Ally Clegg
had one hit and an RBI to score Barbara Woll for the game’s only
run. Krystal Goodman started for Chipola. She faced 14 batters in 3 innings with
5 strikeouts. Morgan Goree faced 9 batters in 2 innings. Amy Woodham faced 6
batters in 1.2 innings of work.

NowacceptingapplicationsforRexLumberScholarshipsfortheEngineeringTechProgram.DeadlineforSpring isDec.11.
The scholarship is for the A.S. degree in EngineeringTechnology specializing in Advanced Manufacturing: Pneumatics, Hydraulics
and Motors Certification or a related certificate program.
applicationandtwolettersofrecommendation. Visitwww.chipola.eduorphone718-2404.

for Little Mermaid
Hundreds of area high school
Chipola Theatre will students attended the recent
hold a free audition Regional Career Fair sponsored
workshop for Disney’s
The Little Mermaid, by Career Source Chipola,
Saturday, Dec. 16, from Florida Panhandle Technical
noon to 2 p.m., in the College, Chipola College. Here,
Center for the Arts. a group of Holmes County
Open auditions for all High School students pose
actors are Sunday, Jan. 7, at 2 p.m., foraphoto.Morephotosare availableat
and Monday, Jan. 8, at 6 p.m. The show will
run Feb. 27 to March 4, 2018.
For audition information, call 718-2227
or email

Chipola Spanish group
invites community to join

The Chipola Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda recently attended the Fall Leadership

Conference in Orlando. Ten Chipola students attended with four placing in competitive
events, including: Business Communications—Hayden White, second; Bradach Carlson,
third; Entrepreneurship—Michael Ingram, first, and Adrian Johnson-Cruz, third. Pictured
from left, are: Andrew Bizaillion of Chipley; Bradach Carlson of Marianna; Adrian Johnson-
Cruz of Tallahassee; Joshua Myers of Chipley; Sarah Hall of Clarksville; Michael Ingram of
Marianna; Bonnie NeSmith of Marianna. Not pictured: Kathryn Meadows of Marianna;
Leamon Sims of Grand Ridge; Hayden White of Blountstown.

Chipola Spanish professor Dr. Mark Miner visits Chipola—Bonnie Love, Editor for WorldWide Drilling Resource,
Ebel hosts regular gatherings at the El
Rio Restaurant for persons who want to Inc., recently spoke to Chipola Environmental Science students. She discussed mineral
practice speaking and learning Spanish. identification; categorization; mine safety, lithosphere and atmosphere; research and
He invites all native speakers to join the discovery of new minerals; reclamation, restoration and federal/state legislation; women
Chipola students. Pictured (bottom right) in mining; jobs in mining; education and training. Mining in Florida produces much of the
is Citlali Gutierrez, a native speaker from world’s phosphorous. Limestone mined in Marianna is rich in calcite, a unique
Blountstown and Spanish tutor at the part of the fertile soil for 90% of national peanuts which are harvested
ACE lab. Others pictured are students within 120 miles of Dothan.
from first and third semester Spanish.
The group discusses a different topic each
week. Students are encouraged to discuss
the topics in Spanish. For information,
contact Dr. Ebel at 718-2282 or email

area high school seniors attended Chipola
College’s annual Senior Day hosted by the
Student Ambassadors. Pictured are Marianna
High Seniors. Students from Calhoun, Holmes,
Jackson, Liberty and Washington counties
enjoyed performances by the Chipola
cheerleaders, men’s and women’s basketball
teams, show choir and theater. Seniors were
treated to lunch after touring the campus.

BreakfastC H R I S T M A S 1 CollegeApplicationDeadline-Spring2018
1 TRiOEveningSocialwithSGA
Chipola President Dr. Sarah Clemmons 1-6 EarlySpringReg.8a.-4p.
invites all employees to a Christmas Breakfast, Friday, 7 EarlySpringRegistrationPaymentDeadline
Dec. 15, from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. in the Chipola Cafeteria. 7 EarlySpringReg.8a.-3p.
7 NightStudentSocial,Cafeteria,7p.
No reservations necessary for the complimentary breakfast. 7-8 AChipolaChristmas,CFA,7p.
8 LastClassDayFall-AcademicClasses
Chipola continued to 9 ACTExam
bring home the gold at the 9 MusicthroughPerformanceConcert,CFA
recent Association of Florida 11-13 FinalExams
Colleges (AFC) Conference 11 LastClassDayFall-WorkforceDevelopment
in Palm Harbor. 11-15 EarlySpringRegistration
Chipola was recognized 15 GradesDue8a.(Including“I”GradesSSI&SSII)
as a Gold Chapter. Chapter 15 LastFacultyWorkDay-Fall
President Joc Calloway was 15-29 ChristmasHolidays-CollegeClosed
18-31 On-LineRegistrationOpen
Chipola shines at AFCelected Region 1 Director-

Elect. Katy Flowers won the
Unsung Hero Award and Evelyn Ward won the Lifesaver Award. Chipola alumnus Tom Gould was a
finalist for the Leroy Collins Distinguished Alumni award.
Chipola won three AFC Communications and Marketing Awards. Publications coordinator Meri
Mock won second place in three categories: Student Handbook, Brochure and Annual Report.
Attending the conference from Chipola were: Dr. Sarah Clemmons, Joc Calloway, Evelyn Ward, and
retirees Joyce Traynom and Janet Wise.


Recently,theChipolaTRiOSociety Chipola SSS visits FAMU—
Club volunteered at the annual
MerryAnna Mistletoe Market Students in the Chipola Student Support Services
sponsored by Evangel Ministries program recently attended FAMU’s fall preview.
in Marianna. TRiO Society is Students toured the campus to learn about degree
a club comprised of students programs, admissions, financial aid and housing.
within the Student Support Students also attended the FAMU vs. Howard
Services program at Chipola. football game featuring the Marching 100.

BSU TOY & STEM Whodunit
Chipola recently hosted
a STEM (Science,
The Chipola Black Student
Union is sponsoring a Technology, Engineering
clothing/toy drive for the and Mathematics) event
Anchorage Children’s for area high schoolers.
Home in Marianna. The
Students conducted
club is collecting clothes and supplies for children from toddlers to 18 year olds. Donations forensics experiments to
can also be made at the Chipola Social and Behavioral Sciences Department.
solve a crime.

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