Greetings from the Worthington Atlantic City Campus – Nov. 2, 2015

Submitted by Linda Palmer

See What’s Brewing in Admissions

This seasonal bulletin board was created by Carmen Cabrera and Karla Rosado, admissions, Worthington Atlantic City Campus. A Thanksgiving theme board is being planned, stay tuned.

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Eyeglasses Collection

The Student Services Department has been collecting eyeglasses throughout the year.

As of now, more than 45 eyeglasses have been collected and will be turned over to the Lions Club of Absecon. The Lions Club will have them cleaned, repaired where necessary, and distributed to people who cannot afford to purchase glasses.  We plan to run this program throughout the spring semester, as well.

Breast Cancer Awareness is the Month of October!

Staff and students show support for Breast Cancer Awareness at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus on Oct. 21.

Staff and students show support for Breast Cancer Awareness at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus on Oct. 21.

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On Oct. 21, staff and students showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness and wore pink on Pink Day. Pink ribbons were handed out to show support.

Dr. Rainey’s Vacation Highlights

CycleWhile in Kansas for her grandson’s wedding, Dr. Rainey and her son, Doug, took off into the hills for a great cycle ride. Harley boots a must!

Dr. Rainey’s grandson, Matthieu Thibaudeau, married Susan Mailen on Saturday, Oct. 18.  They will reside in Virginia.

A wedding picture with Susan, bride; Matthieu, groom; and his sister Deianara, bridesmaid. 

A wedding picture with Susan, bride; Matthieu, groom; and his sister Deianara, bridesmaid.

Domestic Violence Awareness Day – Oct. 22

Some staff, faculty and students wore purple and purple ribbons to raise awareness and show support for those dealing with domestic violence at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus on Oct. 22.

Simone Birts-Lewis, guest speaker about Domestic Violence Awareness Oct. 22.

Simone Birts-Lewis, guest speaker about Domestic Violence Awareness Oct. 22.

Simone Birts-Lewis was the guest speaker for this Domestic Violence Awareness Day activity. She spoke about her personal experience with domestic violence to a captive audience. Ms. Birts-Lewis expressed that she wants to be an advocate for Domestic Violence by telling her story, in hopes it will help others.

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