Monthly Archives: September 2017

Northwest Homecoming Court 2017

The 2017 Homecoming Court at Northwest Mississippi Community College were (l-r) from the Senatobia campus, Homecoming Queen Mia Mays of Independence, sophomore; Wisdom King of Southaven, freshman; Kallie Adair of Senatobia, sophomore and Cari Wiley of Olive Branch, freshman. From the DeSoto Center were Tori Bounds of Horn Lake, sophomore; Brittany Shoffner of Hickory Flat, […]

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Kimberlin named September Rotary Student of the Month

Kendall Kimberlin of Olive Branch (center), a sophomore studying elementary education, was named the Senatobia Rotary Club’s September Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College. Congratulating Kimberlin (l-r) are Julie Correro, division director of Education, Lela Stennett and Terri Hawkins, reading instructors and Rotary President Addison Lawrence. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)

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Alumna of the Year, Sports Hall of Fame Inductees honored at Homecoming

Longtime educator Dr. Susan Avery Mitchell, right, was honored as Northwest Mississippi Community College Alumna of the Year on Sept. 21 during Homecoming festivities. Mitchell attended Northwest from 1966-1968. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Delta State University and her doctorate in Special Education from the University of Alabama.  Presenting the […]

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Sophomore Mia Mays elected Homecoming Queen

Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears (right) congratulates 2017 Northwest Homecoming Queen Mia Mays of Independence. Mays is a sophomore studying social work on the Senatobia campus. She is the goddaughter of Dewayne Williams and Alice Davis. The queen and court were presented during halftime festivities on Sept. 21. (Photo by Julie […]

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Winners of the 2+2 Scholarship Golf Tournament announced

Winners have been determined for the annual BancorpSouth/Northcentral Electric Power Association (NCEPA) 2+2 Scholarship Golf Tournament, benefitting students from Northwest Mississippi Community College and the University of Mississippi at DeSoto Center. The event was held on Thursday, Sept. 14 at Cherokee Valley Golf Course in Olive Branch. A total of 33 teams competed. Taking first place […]

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Hawks speaks to MI-Best classes about financial management

Pam Hawks, director of Training and Deposit Operations, Sycamore Bank answers a question during her Financial Management Workshop at Northwest Mississippi Community College. Hawks gave the presentation to the MI-BEST health care and manufacturing students and to Teri Selby’s health care assistant class. MI-BEST, Integrated Essential Skills Training, has been in effect since spring 2016. […]

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