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Rollins wins NATS, performs at UWG
|Prof. Stephanie Fort (left), assistant professor of music at Brewton-Parker College, and Cindy Rollins, BPC sophomore, pause for a photo op following Rollins’ first place win in the Lower Level Adult Women category of the Georgia National Association of Teachers of Singing. (Photo provided)
By Kelley M. Arnold
Interim Director of Marketing
MOUNT VERNON—Cindy Rollins, a Brewton-Parker College sophomore, placed first in the Lower Level Adult Women category of the Georgia National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Conference Feb. 16.
Rollins, a soprano in the studio of Prof. Stephanie Fort, was recognized for her achievement and invited to perform onstage at the University of West Georgia (UWG) with her peer winners, said Prof. Fort. Rollins is a non-traditional student majoring in church music. It will be her second bachelor’s degree; her first is in nursing, explains Fort. Rollins also placed first in the 2007 Virginia Chapman Voice Competition held on the Mount Vernon campus.
Rollins is the wife of Larry Rollins, pastor of Grace United Methodist Church in Vidalia, where she also serves as worship leader. They have two teenaged sons.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college in south Georgia. To learn more about continuing education and programs for adult learners at BPC, contact the Office of Admissions at 912-583-3265.