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THE INDEX AD-raiUtr Wedraday. June lM-4 Campus Scene Mann graduates SMU 1 'P ii i i in mmmmmmmm Darlene Mann, daughter of Linton and Patricia Mann of Greenwood, received a Master Fine Arts in Acting degree at Southern Methodist University, Dallas on May 18. honored with the highest award given at SMU in acting, "The Bob Hope Award The Meadows Theatre Professional Acting Class of 1996 which consisted of Darlene and additional classmates performed their showcase in Chicago and New York in April and May. Darlene While attending SMU, Darlene had numerous lead roles, the DARLENE MANN received interviews from numerous casting directors, and agencies, including Disney Productions and the soap, "All My She will locate to NYC most current playing Lady Ctpulet in Romeo Juliet She performed for the Dallas Shakes), heare Festival 199S, and had regional and national credits in TV, Industrials, and film. She was soon.
Edwards graduates Spelman Stephen Mann Scholarship Jamie Fisher, an Automotive Technology students, was the recipient of the Stephen Mann Scholarship in a recent awards ceremony at the Greenwood County Vocational Facility. The scholarship was established in memory of Stephen Mann, who died in an automobile accident on January 20, 1996. Above photo, from left, Vocational Facility Director Frank Russell, instructor Lonnie Holloway and James Fisher. Below photo, from left, Russell; Stephen and Mary Mann, parents of Stephen Mann and Darlene Mann. Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
and the Phi Alpha Theta National Honor Society in History. She is the daughter of Shirley and Calvin Harrison and the granddaughter of the last Mrs. Louise C. Edwards. She is currently a curator for the Atlanta History Center and the Coco Cola Foundation in ATLANTA, Ga.
Adrienne Nicole Edwards graduated Cum Laude from Spelman College in Atlanta with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History. She has been awarded The Henry Luce Foundation Scholarship for $40,000 to Seton-Hall University in South Orange, N.J. for her Masters of Arts degree in Art Administration. An il ADRIENNE EDWARDS 11 11 i( 1 1 'Pennies for Patients9 Students at East End Elementary School brought spare change recently to be donated to the South Carolina chapter of the Leukemia society of America. The Campaign, "Pennies for Patients," involved jver 70 schools statewide to help raise funds for the Leukemia Society's mission to cure leukemia and related cancers by the year 2000.
She is a member of the Delta Atlanta. VWJ r. Green earns NGC scholarship it. Scholastic Aptitude Test scores, character and leadership potential. The scholarship is renewable annually, provided a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.0 or better is maintained.
He is the son of Tony and Kathy Green, of Greenwood, South Carolina. TIGERVILLE Tony Ray Green, a 1996 graduate of Cambridge Academy, is the recipient of the General Excellence Scholarship at North Greenville College. This scholarship is awarded annually to outstanding applicants admitted to the freshman class. Recipients are selected based on academic achievement, I -m mi I I I I ll lllllil tfTz.i 'J If Gifts from Sara Lee fnuiinI East End Elementary School was recently the recipient of a washer and dryer along with T-shirts from Sara Lee Knit Products. Shown with Human Resources Leader Harold Brown left, and Plant Manager Richard Horton right, are East End students Haley Culbertson, Christopher Floyd and guidance counselor Carla Doolittle.
WW 'H AV li.J 0 In fashion Yolanda Harrison, a student in the Fashion Design and Garment Construction program at the Greenwood County Vocational Facility, was ServiStar Student of the month by Greenwood Supply. She was awarded a tee-shirt and a certificate and is seen here with instructor Alice Johnson and director Frank Russell. Harrison is the daughter of Robert and Sarah Harrison of Greenwood. fK3U Peer mediators i East End peer mediators recently presented a puppet program about conflict management. Shown are from left, first row: Katie McDaniel, Kenny Payne, and Tenisha Williams; second row: Emily Cook, Lauren Coursey and Erika Stevens.
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