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Archive for October 2019

Victoria Hill performs concert to benefit foster care

Victoria Hill

By Jordan Beach Victoria Hill is using her platform as Miss Georgia to “Flip the Script” on foster care, a cause she has dedicated much time and effort to before entering the scholarship competition. On Friday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at Canton First United Methodist Church (CFUMC), Hill will combine two of her passions—performing…

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Chia Siok Leng teaches importance of global awareness

By Jordan Beach  As former vice president for the National Association of Chinese Americans (NACA), Chia Siok Leng understands the importance of global awareness, as it affects so much industry in the United States.  On Oct. 23, Reinhardt University invited Chia to campus to discuss current and past relations between China and the United States. Chia is a local resident who…

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Karen Mathews selected to serve on Cherokee Chamber board of directors

By Jordan Beach  Reinhardt University’s Karen Mathews will serve a two-year term on the Cherokee Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors, furthering her commitment of connecting Reinhardt students with the community.   Mathews, who serves as director of vocation and career services, has lived in Cherokee County with her husband, Neil, for more than 12 years. She’s been…

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Reinhardt to perform with Atlantic Coast Conservancy

By Jordan Beach  When the late John Barmeyer donated his guitars to Reinhardt University, his only wish was for the instruments to be played.  Since the donation, faculty have performed with them at events such as creative writing readings, and students practice with the guitars during lessons, utilizing the generous donation. This November, the guitars will be played by Reinhardt faculty member…

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