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May 2, 2012 ! EDUCATION I www, STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 11 Say, "I saw it in the Enterprise!" NEED TO SENDA FAX? Stop by the Stone County Enterprise 143 First St. Wiggins will do it for you! STONE HIGH FAMILY CAREER COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA (FCCLA) STUDENTS COMPETED AT THE STATE LEVEL IN LIFE EVENT PLANNING AND RECEIVED FIRST PLACE. PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT IS LINDSEY TINSEL, CHRISTA OWEN, AND WILLIE JACKSON. THIS TEAM WILL ADVANCE TO NATIONALS AT DISNEY WORLD. Perkinston Campus News Briefs MGCCC PTK chapters, students and advisers win at international convention Gaffe Greene-Aguirre, adviser for the Gamma Nu chapter at the Perkinston Campus was awarded the Continued Excellence Award for Advisers. This award is for advisers who have previously received the DiStinguished Adviser Award. This recognition may be given to the same recipient in alternate years. Greene-Aguirre was previously named the Distinguished Chapter Adviser and won the Paragon Award for New Advisers. Laura Savage, a student at the Perkinston Campus, won Distinguished Chapter Member awards. The Distinguished Members are selected based on a student&apos;s embodiment of the Hallmarks of the Society through Honors in Action and other chapter activities. These award recipients must not have held a chapter, regional or international officer position during the 2Oll calendar year. MGCCC Kids College promises summer fun and learning Are you looking for something entertaining and .... educational for your kids this summer? Send them to college! Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College campuses will host Kids College, a week- long, mu]ti-session camp where kids can unleash their creativity, explore new interests and learn mind-boggling facts. Kids College will be offered from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on the Jefferson Davis Campus June 11-15, the Jackson County Campus June 25-29, and the Perkinston Campus July 16-2o. The day will be divided into four sessions that offer a variety of classes. The cost is $18o for the entire week or $50 per session. Sessions fill quickly, so visit nmnity, or call 6o1-528-8489 and register today! Mississippi Power Company offers Exploration Energy Camp at MGCCC Mississippi Power Company and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College are offering Exploration Energy Camp June 11-15 and June 18-22, 8 a.m. - noon daily, at the college's Jefferson Davis Campus in Gulfport. The camp is for students entering fifth or sixth grade in 2o12-2o12. Students can choose which one-week session they would like to attend. The camp will include hands-on activities involv- ing learning about different forms of energy, energy conversion, energy flow through systems, conserva- tion at home and school, and exploration of conven- tional and alternative energy sources. Cost of the camp is $75. The deadline to register is May 25 for the first session and June I for the second session. For more information or to register, contact Christina Mullins at 228-896-2535. For information on other camps, visit (use the left-hand tab labeled "Summer Camps"). Two Magpies: A Collaborative Art Show features Perkinston Campus instructors The Visual Arts Center Gallery on Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College's Perkinston Campus is hosting the collaborative art show "Two Magpies" through May 4. The show features work by Sandra Cassibry, visual arts instructor at the Perkinston Campus, and Dr. d. Marcus Weekley, language arts instructor at the Perkinston Campus. Cassibry and Weekley worked on each multimedia piece together. Cassibry incorporated painting, mosaic and weaving, and Weekley added words and quilted elements. The art show is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., and Friday, 8 a.m. - 12:3o p.m. ffelpj'or people with Macular Degeneration Find out if telescopic glasses, microscopic glasses or prismatic glasses can help you see better, Call for a complimentary phone consultation with the optometrist. Prkes range from $450 * $3,400 STONE HIGH FAMILY CAREER COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA (FCCLA) STUDENTS COMPETED AT THE MISSISSiPPi FCCLA CONFER- ENCE. PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT IS DETRA RAYFORD, CIERRA JACK- SON AND CASEY LAVENDER. THE TRIO EARNED SECOND PLACE WITH THEIR PROJECT IN FOCUS ON CHILDREN. ANGEL KING OF STONE COUNTY RECENTLY PARTICIPATED IN THE FRANCES CARNES SCHOOL FOR GIFTED STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI. KING IS PICTURED WORK- ING WITH HER INSTRUCTOR DURING A CLASS IN ARCHITECTURE. NOT ONLY IS THERE A SIX WEEKS WINTER PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS, THERE ARE SUMMER CAMPING EXPERIENCES. VISIT THE WEB SITE AT USM FOR MORE DETAILS OF ALL THE PROGRAMS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS CURING THE YEAR. SHANE THRASH, ASSISTANT BAPTIST STUDENT UNION (BSU) DIREC- TOR AT WILLIAM CAREY UNIVERSITY, ALYSSA BOND OF PERKINSTON, ANDREW HARPER OF ELLISVILLE, LANDON ADAMS OF CARTHAGE, AND DR. TIMGLAZE, BSU DIRECTOR, POSE FOR A PHOTO FOLLOWING WCU HONORS DAY 2012. BOND RECEIVED THE BSU OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD, HARPER WAS RECOGNIZED AS 2011-2012 BSU PRESIDENT, AND ADAMS WAS NAMED OUTSTANDING BSU LEAD TEAM MEMBER. Make college more affordable by saving on non-billable expenses When it comes to con]- paring the costs of vari- ous colleges, remember that on the broadest level, costs are divided into billable and non- billable costs. To save money, follow these tips from KHEAA. Billable costs are what you have to pay to start college. At a minimum, these costs include tuition and fees. If you're going to live in school-provided hous- ing, billable costs will also include room and board. These costs are called billable because the school will bill you for them. Non-billable costs include textbooks; sup- plies, such as pens and notebooks; transporta- tion; and personal items, such as shampoo, clothes, entertainment, laundry, and other expenses. Shopping around can help save money, some- times a lot of money, in room and board and the non-billable costs. Textbooks are expen- sive, but you can save nmney by" buying used books if possible: Renting textbooks is now an option at many schools. Buying note- books, pens and other supplies in bulk can also help you save money. If you're attending a school nearby, you can save room and board by commuting from home. It's also possible to cut room and board costs by sharing an apartment with friends. However, some colleges require freshmen to live on campus their first year. If you are planning to go to college, it's a good idea to compare billable and non-billable costs at the schools you're con- sidering, 601-928-8373 530 W. Central Ave., Wiggins, Miss 39577 mUDSOa 00ARM Animal Feed I Assorted Seeds I Pest Control Herbicides I Lime I Fertilizer l Garden Plants Hayw| (R*AcfionLSuspce,c) [Mallory Kane is a highly trained oNrafive wh works for a govemmet ufiy eontracto in the diiest, most daarons corne of he world After successfully frqng a Chi jmalist held h(tage she is dcmble cmsTd and eft tr (lead by someone c|ese to her ia t agency SNdeNy the target of skilled a,;;a.sins who kndw her crecy move, Ma|ory mus fid the mh in order to stay aive, Fitch 3: Cmntry Pride (R ActiontFamlir) When %by takes oe a job al a stable with Fcka in tow. the owner*s [nage daughter Kelly (Rohl), quickly bonds with the wild hse A bud- drag equestrian rider, she horyzs to break icka for an upcoming competition, despite her mother's disap- prova| W.E, (R- Drama) W.E. tells the sory of two fragile but determined women -Wally Winthrop and Wal|is Simlm - sepa rated by more than six decades. In 1998 lonely New Yorker Wally Wimhrop (Ahbie Cornish) is obsessed with what she perceives as he :ultimate love smU;: King ward's VIII's abdication of the Briti.q hrone for fhe woman he toved American divorc6e Wallis SimpsorL But Wally's varch. includ- ing verai visits to the Sotby*s uucti<m of the Windsor Estate, vveals Ihal 1he couple's til together was not as wzrfect as :she thmght. Aad They' Off (RSusncel Drama) Scan Astin and Chert Oteri star in the indie comedy 'And ey?re Off" the stor' of a losing thoroughbred Im trainer whose only chance to save his career and get back into the winner?s circle is to hire his erratic ex-gidfriend/joekey, who is equally as deslrate to get back into His circle. I IJ [{[ I / L The Video Center Call to reserve your copy of the newest releases/ 601-928-7106 628C Hall St, Wiggins