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Something Sweet Begins at South Georgia’s Christian College

Old friends are reunited with the start of the new academic year on the Brewton-Parker College campus. By Caitlyn Parrish BPC Staff Writer MOUNT VERNON— Something sweet begins with the arrival of Brewton-Parker College’s 2017/2018 academic year, which began on August 14. The start of the new year is an exciting time for students, faculty, and …

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Brewton-Parker Welcomes New Students into the Family

New students form friendships during Student Orientation Resident Assistants and BPC Staff help get new students settled in quick so they can enjoy this new chapter of their lives   by Caitlyn Parrish BPC Staff Writer MOUNT VERNON—Approximately 200 new resident students moved onto Brewton-Parker College’s campus for the new school year on August 10. …

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Brewton-Parker Library to Host Viewing for the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

  MT. VERNON–Brewton-Parker gladly invites students, faculty, staff, and community members on campus to view the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse. Almost every year there has been a solar eclipse somewhere on Earth. This year’s solar eclipse is quite unique in that it occurs across the US continent observable from Oregon to South Carolina for the first …

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Brewton-Parker Celebrates Completion of New Male Dorm

Mr. & Mrs. BPC hold ceremonial ribbon for Joey Fountain, Lynda Yawn, Joseph Filippone, Steven Echols, and Chad Kenney Attendees gather around Baron Ridge Building C for Dedication Ceremony MOUNT-VERNON— On Aug. 9, faculty, staff, trustees, and community leaders attended the Dedication and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the college’s newly constructed male residence hall, Baron …

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MOUNT VERNON BANK DONATES TO RISE AND SHINE CAMPAIGN

Don Thigpen, D. Alan Thigpen, Beverly Thigpen, and Dr. Steven Echols MOUNT VERNON—The shareholders and the employees of Mount Vernon Bank are donating $25,000 to Brewton-Parker College’s Rise and Shine capital campaign for the construction of new dorms and renovation of campus facilities. Given in honor of Don Thigpen, CEO of Mount Vernon Bank, and …

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Brewton-Parker College Hires New Admissions Counselor

Stephanie Sullivan, MOWR Admissions Counselor   MOUNT-VERNON— Enrollment Services at Brewton-Parker College is pleased to announce the addition of Stephanie Sullivan to the Admissions staff as a Move On When Ready Counselor. Sullivan comes to BPC from Crisp County Primary School, where she taught for ten years. Last spring, the college was proud to offer …

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Area Youth Return to Brewton-Parker for Annual Science Camp

BPC Student helps youth with experiment MOUNT VERNON—During the week of June 12-16, youth from the surrounding area, ages 9-15, returned to Brewton-Parker’s campus for the second annual Science Camp. Once again, Dr. Helene Peters, BPC Associate Professor of Biology, directed the week, utilizing the help of BPC students who remained to work over the …

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Brewton-Parker’s Library Receives Grant from the Georgia Humanities Council

  MOUNT VERNON— Some months ago Mr. Daryl Fletcher, Director of Library Services, and Dr. Beverly Robinson, Associate Provost for Student Engagement & Success, collaborated in submitting a grant application to the Georgia Humanities Council to host the “Golden Era of Gospel Music” exhibit through the month of August.  The Library received notification on Wednesday, …

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New Leadership Excited to Serve in Plant Operations

Ted Towns, Director of Plant Operations, and Cary Helms, Assistant Director of Plant Operations MOUNT VERNON—Plant Operations at Brewton-Parker College welcomes its new Director, Ted Towns, and Assistant Director, Cary Helms. Towns comes to BPC after serving as the facilities director at First Baptist Church in Canton. In addition, Helms served as project manager for …

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