Native American Heritage Month - MySCC



Native American Heritage Month - MySCC
Vol. 3
The Student Government Association will be hosting a breakfast to
honor our veterans on campus. The breakfast is open to all veterans,
and those on active duty. Join us on November 10th from 7:30am to
9:00am in the Clement Dining Room, which is located on the second
floor of the Dempsey Student Center. Free tickets are available to
those interested. Please contact Teresa Taylor,
[email protected], for more information. Please email photos of
yourself in uniform for our event slideshow to Caitlin Persinger,
[email protected] Veronica Cunningham, the president of
the newly formed Veterans Club, will be speaking to provide
information regarding how you can join.
Native American Heritage Month
The Lumbee are the present-day descendants of the Cheraw Tribe and have continuously existed in and around
Robeson County since the early part of the eighteenth century. In 1885, the tribe was recognized as Indian by
the State of North Carolina. The tribe has sought full federal recognition from the United States Government
since 1888. In 1956, Congress passed the Lumbee Act, which recognized the tribe as Indian. However, the Act
withheld the full benefits of federal recognition from the tribe. Efforts are currently underway to pass federal
legislation that grants full recognition to the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. The SGA will have a table set
up in Dempsey Student Center with information regarding Native American Heritage Month during the month
of November. If you would like more information regarding the Lumbee tribe check out:
Jurassic Fest Recap !
The Sandhills Community College
basketball team heads into a new season
with a sparkling new gymnasium it can
finally call its own and a squad that has
undergone an extreme makeover.
Ranked No. 4 in the NJCAA Division III
preseason poll, the Flyers make their
annual trek to Louisburg College for the
Coca-Cola Classic this weekend. They
meet Howard CC (MD) at 7 p.m. on Friday
and then Southside CC (VA) at 4 p.m. on
Saturday. The Methodist junior varsity
provides the opposition for next Tuesday’s
7 p.m. home opener at Heins Gymnasium
located in the Dempsey Student Center.
Coach Mike Apple begins his fifth season
as coach of the Flyers (101-31) with only
three holdovers from last year’s 27-8 squad
that finished sixth at the NJCAA Division
III National Championship tournament in
New York. Before
practice on Monday
he talked about some
of the things he has
learned about his
guard-oriented squad
from preseason
Written by: Charlie
We hope you all enjoyed fall fest
Congratulations to all of the winners!
Costume Contest
First place: Lucy Chick
Second place: Gabrielle Mull
Third place: CJ Musson
Best Dinosaur Rawr Contest
First place: Alan Willard
Second place: Matthew Gualteros
Third place: Tabitha Ferguson
Dinosaur excavation Winners
First place: Candice Liles
Second place: Pearl Lospinuso
Third place: Megan Howath
T-shirts are still available for purchase.
$10 each
We moustache you to read this!
Thinking about growing a moustache or beard this November, but worried you’ll look like
a hipster? Well don’t be—by letting your facial hair grow in all its glory, you can help
promote men’s health and raise awareness about prostate cancer. Sign up to participate in
our No Shave November Contest that is being held on November 18th at 12:30pm in the
Dempsey Student Center; Categories include: longest beard, most creative (for all those
ladies out there!) , best beard, and best moustache.
So do your part and let it grow.
On November 23th, bring your Student ID and best bowling
skills because Turkey Bowling will be held in the Dempsey
Student Center from 11:00 to 1:00! Students will have the
opportunity to bowl with real frozen turkeys for prizes. Three
strikes in a row and you win a t-shirt! We will have the
turkeys will be donated by Food Lion at the Pinecrest Plaza
for the event, and the SGA will be giving the tenderized
turkeys to local families in need for the holidays.
Nov 23
The Student
Government Association
would like to thank
everyone who donated
to support breast cancer
awareness during the
month of October.
Together we raised
$280.00 and hung 89 pink bi-planes! A big thanks to all
who donated this year. Austin Taylor, Megan Garner,
Sarah Keith, Rebecca Riggs, Brittny Zaldand, Mondae
Baker, Coleman, Eddie, Rachel G., Kelen Cortez, Sarah
Brooks, Misty B., Emily Rust, David Francis, Naomi G.,
Jeffery W., Pam Taylor, Trey Long, Kellie Shoemake,
Shannon Hudson, Cassidy Benjamin, Jean Blue, Jamie
Eavey, Caitlin Persinger, Artosia Davis, Julius S., Manzell
C., Katlyn Cummings, Christina Rodriguez, Nate G., Gaby
Mull, Ashlee Blake, Shelly L., Tracey Emmons, Kim, Shely
Crova, Kia Dugan, Jada Wayne, Collin Gibson, Payton
Manning, Darell Yates, Prima Elizondo, Cathy Sesta,
Andre Caldwell, Zachary Harris, Deneane Smith, Becky
Graham, Susan G., Sarah Wahl, Andrew Proffitt, Kirk
Lynch, Kayla, Mykayla Leslie, Naomi Gonzalez, Lucinda
Cole, Randy Foster, Zach Atkins, Brandon Hussey,
Royilyn Derr, and to all the other anonymous donors who
supported such a great cause. Thank you on behalf of the
Hoke Corner
2 Native American Heritage Month
10 Honoring Our Veterans
12 Committee Meeting
Hoke Fall Social Recap
Students at the Hoke Center enjoyed pizza,
board games, and a jump rope contest
during their fall gathering.
Any student wishing to help plan student
activities at the Hoke Center
should consider joining the
Hoke committee please
contact the SGA for more
[email protected]
Southern Pines
December 5
11.00 am
Downtown Southern
November 18-22
The Carolina Hotel
80 Carolina Vista,
An annual favorite, the
Reindeer Fun Run, will be held
on Saturday, December 5 in
downtown Aberdeen
(104 S. Poplar Street, Aberdeen,
NC 28315)
Admission by any
monetary donation at
the door.
Christmas Craft Fair
November 22
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Pinehurst-Southern Pines
any students do not have the time or budget
to buy interview appropriate clothing, This
is a fun way to utilize gently used interview
appropriate clothing donated by
professionals. Students never need to return clothing, and
it is for them to keep for their future job endeavors!
Come jazz up your wardrobe so you are prepared for
your next interview. Hosted by the career center located
in Blue Hall, the clothes closet is free to all SCC
students who need business attire.
November 16-20 in Blue Hall from
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Contact: Gwendolyn Russell—[email protected]
General Meeting
When: November 4, 18 2015 at 1:00pm
Where: Dempsey Student Center,
second floor in the
Ewing Leadership Center,
Room 224
Who: Any student who wants to get
involved, meet new people,
or have their voice heard.
December 4 10:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m.
In Dempsey Student Center Both Floors
Come check out some of the very talented Local and Regional
Artisans who will be selling their Pottery, Jewelry, Scarves, Baskets,
Christmas items and much more! They will have lots of goodies
for sale, just in time for the holiday season!
American Red Cross Blood Drive November 16 Blue Hall
To make an appointment please visit /make-donation.
Contact Caitlin Persinger for more information.
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Dance Team
Friday Nov. 6th
$2 Cinnamon Rolls
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Zumba every
Tuesday at
2:00 p.m. in Blue
Hall Room 112
and on
Friday at
12:00 p.m. in the
Blue Hall Gym
Zumba last about
one hour and is a
great way to burn
those calories
while having fun.

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