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Coffee Break is a newsletter distributed to Averett faculty and staff to keep them up to date on campus activities and information.

Please send information you would like included in Coffee Break, via e-mail to ecropp@averett.edu by Wednesday, Feb. 17 for a Feb. 24 publication.
 



Got Questions?
Are you seeing changes being made to our campus grounds and buildings? Have you been wondering how these projects are categorized? Well wonder no more as this story attempts to put some of your questions to rest.
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Former Apple Blossom Princess Creates Endowed Scholarship
Thanks to the generosity of Lucille Heydorn Digges, '55, future and current Averett students who are interested in pursuing a music degree will be able to do so a little easier.
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Tickling the Ivories
With more credits and accolades to his name than could be listed here, pianist Joel Fan has performed to critical acclaim worldwide.
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Meet the Special Team
When more than 250 new students and their parents arrive on campus this summer the first line of offense is the new student orientation staff. This summer more than 21 current students will welcome these new Cougars to campus.
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Thanks from the Lemery Family
The Lemery family would like to thank the Averett Family for the cards, food, prayers and support during Steve's bout with lung cancer during the fall of 2009. Your many kindnesses helped us enormously. Though he tired easily, the fact that Steve is now back teaching full-time seems like nothing short of a miracle, and we are so grateful.

Truly, through your support, you have enriched our understanding of the meaning of the word "family." Thank you from the bottom of our hearts (and lungs ;-)).

Most sincerely, Steve and Linda Lemery



Admissions Staff Attends VACRAO
The admissions staff attended the 2009 VACRAO Conference in Norfolk and provided the following presentations to membership:

  • Janet Schwalenberg presented, "Creating a Successful Telecounseling Program" and copresented with Drew Boor on "Next Generation: Kids and College Fairs."
  • Joel Nester and James Thurnes presented a session on "Online Interaction: Making Your School More Accessible through Social Media Platforms Zinch.com's Approach."
  • Drew Boor presented a session on "Online Recruiting Strategies...Texting, Facebook and E-mail."
  • Kathie Tune presented a session with her colleague Dr. Anita Satterlee on "Dealing with the Difficults...People, Situations, and Decisions."







 

Sports Arts Activities
Feb. 10, 2 p.m., Baseball v. Lynchburg College (North Campus)

Feb. 16, 2 p.m., Baseball v. Southern Virginia University (North Campus)

Feb. 16, 5:30 p.m., Women's Basketball v. N. C. Wesleyan (North Campus)

Feb. 16, 7:30 p.m., Men's Basketball v. N.C. Wesleyan (North Campus)

Feb. 18, 2:30 p.m., Baseball v. Bridgewater (North Campus)

Feb. 20, Noon, Baseball v. Case Western Reserve University - DH (North Campus)

Feb. 20, 2 p.m., Women's Basketball v. Mary Baldwin (North Campus)

Feb. 21, Noon, Baseball v. Eastern Mennonite University - DH (North Campus)

Feb. 21, 1 p.m., Softball v. Randolph College - DH (North Campus)

Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m., Pianist Joel Fan (Pritchett Auditorium)