Tag Archive: scholarships

Mar 15

College awareness

Tyler ISD’s Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy is celebrating a new partnership with Tyler Junior College (TJC) to help create a college-going culture among students as young as elementary age. The two schools announced the partnership during a “Leaders Today, College Tomorrow” assembly at the Bell campus Wednesday. The partnership will expose Bell students to …

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Jan 24

King celebrations brings community together

   Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, annual memorial event brought out many diverse celebrations. There was the annual parade with so many people in attendance. The beautiful weather allowed many in the community to attend.    According to Lamar Jones, Chairman of  MLK Jr. annual event,  this was one of the best years because of the …

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Aug 02

“Do Well, Be Well” with diabetes

For those who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or who have had it for a while but have trouble understanding what to eat or how to keep up with their reading, the Gregg County Extension Office has a program designed to help. “Do Well, Be Well” with diabetes is a nine-lesson program that …

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Jul 23

Education is key: Black and Gold Banquet stresses education, community development.

When Mu Rho Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity recently held its annual Black and Gold banquet, there was no gainsaying that the evening will stress education and excellence. Chapter President Pete Lamothe gave a brief history of the Fraternity, the Chapter while thanking supporters and attendees. He told the audience what they should …

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Jun 05

Senior success: Longview High School seniors received $3.3 million in scholarship offers and earned about 3,000 college credits

The district honored numerous students for their high school success, including 21 of the 24 International Baccalaureate students who will also collect up to 756 college hours for earning the IB diploma. Local scholarship offers accounted for about $1.15 million of the 2013 haul, according to Kay Ray, Longview High School’s coordinator of college scholarships …

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May 16

Theatre icon recognized: Student to receive a $1,000 scholarship named for Pam Mercer-McWilliams

Statewide theatre association creates scholarship honoring long-time Longview High School teacher. A Kilgore College student will receive a $1,000 scholarship named for Pam Mercer-McWilliams, Longview High School’s theatre director. Mercer-McWilliams, a past vice president of the Texas Educational Theatre Association, was chosen by the group to be the scholarship’s namesake. As part of the honor, …

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Feb 24

Zonta Club to hold annual antique show

The members of Longview’s Zonta Club are hoping the economy will rally enough for more than one kind of old-fashioned success. The club will be holding its 37th annual antique show and sale March 4-6 at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center, with admission just $10. Club member Jessica Lawrence can hardly wait. “We’re hoping …

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