The Northwest Mississippi Community College Alumni Association Board of directors met recently to discuss plans for its upcoming year.
This year the Alumni Association plans to sponsor the Alumnus of the Year and the Sports Hall of Fame during the college’s 2018 Homecoming festivities on Sept. 27. They will also be assisting with the Ranger Bluegrass Festival, presented by Gateway Tire on Oct. 13 at the Northwest Farm.
The board is made up of officers, a representative from each of the 11-county district the college serves and two at-large members. A Northwest staff, faculty and student are also chosen in an effort to improve communication between the Alumni Association and the college.
“The Alumni board invites all Northwest alumni to become members of the Alumni Association. Our members receive advance notice of alumni activities, free admission to on-campus regular season athletic events and free admission to fine arts events,” said Patti Gordon, director of Alumni Affairs.
Nominations for Alumnus of the Year and Sports Hall of Fame can be found on the alumni page at northwestms.edu. For more information, contact Gordon at 662.560.1112 or email email@example.com.
Pictured: The Northwest Mississippi Community College Alumni Board of Directors met recently to discuss plans for its upcoming year. The board is working on plans for Homecoming on Sept. 27 and the Ranger Bluegrass Festival presented by Gateway Tire on Oct. 13. Front row (l-r) are Jerry Lightsey, Panola County; Patti Gordon, director of Alumni Affairs; Bonnie Burkes, secretary/treasurer and Mike Boren, president. Second row (l-r) are Don Randolph, Marshall County, Marla Kennedy, Northwest staff and Marvelene McCullar, Tate County. Third row (l-r) are Paul McCullar, Tate County and Samanthia Bradley, Northwest staff. Fourth row (l-r) are Celeste Wilson, DeSoto County and Jackie Myrick, vice president and top row (l-r) Jeff Horn, Tunica County and Anna Cannon, Northwest student. Not pictured are Brenda Holmes, Lafayette County; Betty Kilgore, Quitman County; Linda Maynor, Yalobusha County, Sylvia Clark, at-large; Robert Salmon, Tallahatchie County and Angela Ormaon, Benton County. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)