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September 2007

9/27
Getting to know: Derek Milton
   
9/27

BPC soccer experiences tough season so far

MOUNT VERNON – The Brewton-Parker College (BPC) men’s and women’s soccer teams have both faced their share of adversity so far during the 2007 season.

   
9/27

Kessenich gets 1,000th 'kill' vs. Fort Valley State University

MOUNT VERNON – Jenna Kessenich, a 5’10” senior from Duluth, Ga. (Central Gwinnett High School) and a member of the Brewton-Parker College (BPC) women’s volleyball team, recorded her 1,000th “kill” in a home match against Fort Valley...

   
9/27

BPC hosts Montgomery County business leaders

MOUNT VERNON—More than 35 local businessmen and women joined Brewton-Parker College Monday, Sept. 24 for the college’s third annual Montgomery County Business Leaders Luncheon in the Briscoe Center on the Mount Vernon campus.
   
9/27

Alltel donates cell phones for McAllister Phone-a-thon

MOUNT VERNON—Alltel Communications recently donated 10 cell phones to Brewton-Parker College’s Office of College Advancement to use during the annual Phone-a-thon, which began Oct. 1 and will be held during the evening hours ...

   
9/27

New faces in BPC’s Registrar Office

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College’s Registrar Office has seen a few key personnel additions since the end of the summer.

   
9/27
Getting to know: Dr. Jerry Ray
   
9/27

Blessed is the ‘Gra-feet-i’

MOUNT VERNON—Sophomore Paul Taylor recently created the artwork behind him on the panel separating the new coffee shop and its construction from the lobby of the Phillips Student Center on the Mount Vernon campus.

   
9/21

The American Boychoir to highlight Sikes Fine Arts Series Oct. 18

PRINCETON, NJ (Sept. 19) – For 70 years, The American Boychoir has been enriching the cultural life of the Nation by bringing its unique and joyful sound to people around the world. Experience the incomparable and electrifying voices of The American ...

   
9/21

Dr. Steve Ealy discusses Constitution – 220 years after its signing

MOUNT VERNON—Dr. Steve Ealy (above), senior fellow at the Liberty Fund, Inc., opened the Albert Sidney Johnson Lecture Series for the 2007-2008 academic year at Brewton-Parker College with a lecture and discussion on the U.S. Constitution’s interpretation of self-government and the way we perceive our rights.

   
9/21

BCM worships, honors God on Monday nights

MOUNT VERNON—Like many Monday nights at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, the Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) held an evening of fellowship and singing at the Briscoe Center Sept.17.

   
9/21

BPC women’s volleyball sweeps Edward Waters College

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. – The Brewton-Parker College women’s volleyball team completed a 3-0 sweep (30-22, 30-13, 30-21) of Edward Waters College Sept. 18 in Jacksonville.  The Barons (6-6, 0-3 SSAC) were led by junior Ta Sheena Brown...

   
9/21
Getting to know: Dr. David McMillin
   
9/21

Open ‘mic’ night, Creative Expressions, draws crowd

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College’s Division of Arts & Letters and the staff of the college’s literary magazine, Oracle, hosted a poetry and literature open microphone night in the Cyber Café on the Mount Vernon campus Sept. 20.

   
9/21

Rev. Bucky Kennedy of FBC Vidalia delivers chapel message

MOUNT VERNON — Rev. Bucky Kennedy, (AA ’85) pastor of First Baptist Church of Vidalia, delivered the chapel message Sept. 18 at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon.

   
9/21

BPC Education professors to present paper at state teacher education conference

MOUNT VERNON—Five professors from Brewton-Parker College’s Division of Education will present a paper at the Georgia Association of Teacher Educators (GATE) annual conference in Savannah Oct. 11.

   
9/21
Getting to know: Kelli Wilson
   
9/18

The Jeremiah People to perform at BPC in October

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College will host The Jeremiah People, a seven-member ministry-through-performance drama group from California, Tuesday, Oct. 16 for two special theatrical performances on the Mount Vernon campus.

   
9/18

Information session for new Michael Guido School of Evangelism

MOUNT VERNON—An information session for the new Michael Guido School of Evangelism will be held at the Guido Gardens in Metter Oct. 2 for those interested in learning more about the new school, a partnership between the Guido Evangelistic...

   
9/18

Savannah artist Sarah Long completes BPC campus map

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College’s Mount Vernon campus was recently memorialized on canvas by commissioned artist Sarah Long of Savannah. This is the second piece of fine art Long has produced for the college, the only accredited ...

   
9/18
Getting to know: Bernard Irvin
   
9/18

Special Education speaker inspires education community

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College received the special opportunity to hear the testimony of Mrs. Shari Rusch Furnstahl Sept. 11 in Gilder Recital Hall. Furnstahl is the author of a new book entitled, “From Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones: ..."

   
9/18

BPC students, Montgomery Co. community unite for a cause

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College students, alumni, faculty, and members of the Mount Vernon/Ailey community participated in a blood drive sponsored by BPC’s Student Government Association Sept. 13 on the Mount Vernon campus.

   
9/11

New School of Evangelism is only one of its kind in the nation

MOUNT VERNON--Dr. David R. Smith, Brewton-Parker College (BPC) President, from left, Dr. Michael A. Guido of the Guido Evangelistic Association (GEA), and Gary Campbell, BPC Board of Trustees Chairperson, celebrate the partnership between...

   
9/11

BPC women’s volleyball splits first four matches of season

MOUNT VERNON – Brewton-Parker College freshman Brittany Byrd (#3) prepares to set the ball for senior Callie Bynum (#10) during BPC women’s volleyball team’s 3-0 home loss to NCAA Division II Albany State University Sept. 6.

   
9/11

BPC’s Mount Vernon campus to host Blood Drive Sept. 13

MOUNT VERNON—The American Red Cross encourages community members to “roll up their sleeves to save a life” Thursday, Sept. 13 at Brewton-Parker College’s Mount Vernon campus.

   
9/11

McRae Coca-Cola strengthens partnership with BPC

MOUNT VERNON—McRae Coca-Cola strengthened its 15 year partnership with Brewton-Parker College Sept. 6 when Sales Center Manager Charlie Yawn of McRae Coca-Cola Bottling Company presented BPC Director of Development Roger Byrd ...

   
9/11

Fall Convocation kick-starts fall semester 2007 at BPC

MOUNT VERNON—Dr. David R. Smith, president of Brewton-Parker College, welcomed students, faculty and staff back to the Mount Vernon campus Sept. 4 for an “exciting academic year” during the annual Fall Convocation chapel service,...

   
9/11
Getting to know: Megan McManious
   
9/3
BPC Work Study positions for 2007-2008
   
9/3

Back to School Bash brings area churches to BPC campus

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College students were treated to a Back to School Bash Aug. 28 thanks to the generosity and coordination of 22 churches from the surrounding Toombs-Montgomery area. The Mount Vernon campus held the first...

   
9/3

Georgia Baptist Advisory Council meets on BPC campus

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College hosted the fall meeting of the Georgia Baptist Advisory Council on the Mount Vernon campus Aug. 28. The meeting serves to keep the 91 Baptist Associations around the state in touch with the happenings...

   
9/3
Getting to know: Ashley Byrd

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