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Black History Month Speaker: Susie Archer – at Hopkinsville Community College

The HCC Pride Alliance organization will host Black History Month Speaker Susie Archer, February 27th, at the Emerging Technologies Building, Anderson Community Room on the campus of Hopkinsville Community College. Susie Coleman Archer is currently Director of Strategy and Implementation at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, and also serves as Interim Director of International Student and Scholar Services Office.

Free food will be available at this special event.

For more information on events at HCC, please call Elana Stubbs at 270-707-3825.

 

Midday Music – Noelle Thompson – at Hopkinsville Community College

The Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) February Midday Music concert will be held Wednesday, February 26 at 12:05 – 1:00 p.m. The event will feature Miss Austin Peay State University 2020 Noelle Thompson who is a master yodeler and country music artist.

Midday Music concerts are free to all. A light lunch will be provided.

Black History Month Pastor Luncheon – at Hopkinsville Community College

Join Hopkinsville Community College President Dr. Alissa Young as we celebrate local ministers, and their unique partnership with the college, in spreading the good news about educational opportunity. All ministers welcome. To make a reservation, contact Janice Jones at 270-707-3707 or [email protected] .

Black History Month Speaker: Eric Coleman – at Hopkinsville Community College

The HCC Pride Alliance organization will host Black History Month Speaker Eric Coleman, February 18th, on the campus of Hopkinsville Community College.

Discipline, determination and a deep faith in God propelled Eric Coleman from a small western Kentucky town to a successful career as an engineer, business executive and entrepreneur. In “Not by Accident: The Blessed Journey of Eric D. Coleman,“ Eric, 49, shares his story of growing up in a family of modest means, and recognizing early on that education would be his pathway to a better life. By earning multiple college degrees, setting clear goals and capitalizing on every opportunity, he has built a life of financial security and independence.

Free food will be available at this special event.

For more information on events at HCC, please call Elana Stubbs at 270-707-3825.

 

Black History Month Luncheon – at Hopkinsville Community College

The Minority Student Union will host a Black History Luncheon in the Emerging Technologies Building, Anderson Community Room on the campus of Hopkinsville Community College. During the luncheon, an individual is to be honored for their many years of service to Hopkinsville Community College.

This luncheon is open to everyone.

Round Table Reading Series – Authors Joanna Grisham and Charles Booth

Hopkinsville Community College’s Round Table Reading Series will present its first reading of the spring semester at noon on Wednesday, January 29 at the campus Library located inside the Rotary Club of Hopkinsville Learning Resource Center. Joanna Grisham and Charles Booth will visit HCC from Austin Peay State University to read from their current writing projects.

Joanna Grisham, also known as Joey, grew up east of Nashville, where she spent a lot of time playing make-believe with her imaginary friends. She has degrees in communication from Vol-State Community College and APSU, as well as an M.A. in English from APSU, and an MFA in creative writing from Georgia College. Her work has appeared in Reunion: The Dallas Review, Mayday Magazine, and Trop. She lives in Clarksville with her wife, Jenny, a librarian. Joey teaches part-time, so she can stay home with her one-year-old daughter, Lennon. She still spends a lot of time playing make-believe.

Charles Booth’s fiction has appeared in or is forthcoming in The Greensboro Review, The Minnesota Review, The Southampton Review, The Pinch, Alligator Juniper, storySouth, and Pithead Chapel. He lives in Tennessee, with his wife, Danica, and his son, Reynolds.

The event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be served.

Martin Luther King, Jr Day Lunch Celebration – at Hopkinsville Community College

Hopkinsville Community College will host a lunch event to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. The lunch will begin at noon on Tuesday, January 21st in HCC’s Auditorium Building, Thomas L. Riley Lecture Hall.

Associate Minister at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Cadiz, William E. Ferrell, will be the event’s guest speaker. Ferrell is a second year Human Services major at Hopkinsville Community College. Life’s motto: “People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.” The topic for the King Birthday celebration is “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. the Christian Pastor – A Glimpse, of his Life and Spiritual Calling that Fueled His Social Ministry.”

This event is free and open to all. For more information, please contact Elana Stubbs at 270-707-3825.