The Northeast Texas Community College Art Club is seeking new members. The club invites students of any major who have an interest in art and art history to join. Club meetings are held on Tuesdays from 12:30-1:20 p.m. in the art lab in Humanities 126. All students are welcome.
A 2016 White 4-Door Hyundai was reported stolen from the Mount Pleasant Walmart parking lot. According to Mount- Pleasant Police Department, at about 1:30 p.m. Jan. 26, a customer at Walmart misplaced her keys.
The following students advanced to Area from Region 4 All-Region Auditions. They competed in Chapel Hill against all other advancing students from the Association of Texas Small School Bands Area C. All 1A-4A Schools make up Area C that stretches from Texarkana to Houston as well as from Athens and eastward.
Last Thursday at the weekly Kiwanis meeting, Gary George, head of First Baptist Church’s security team, spoke to members about the importance of situational awareness and reacting constructively in active shooter situations. George has been chair of the security team since it began around two years ago and has previous experience in law. George defines situational awareness as attention to concrete tension. “What is going on or is is the situation escalating? Is the situation static or is the situation down? You’re going to take that information and you’re going to project based on what you know and what you see. You’re going to project what the status of that is going to be in the future. That’s the technique of situational awareness.,” George said.
Did you know that January is named after the Roman god of doors, Janus, because this month is the door to the year? Janus represents all beginnings and possesses the ability to see all things past and future. We are having a great start to the new year at the Library! We are already planning the Summer Programs that will start in June!