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UCA Winter Commencement Exercises Slated Dec. 18

UCA Winter Commencement Exercises Slated Dec. 18

CONWAY -- Winter commencement exercises at the University of Central Arkansas are scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 18 at the Farris Center on the UCA campus. More than 700 degrees will be conferred during two ceremonies.

Commencement exercises for the Colleges of Business, Education, and Fine Arts and Communication will be held 10 a.m. Graduates from the Colleges of Health and Behavioral Sciences, Liberal Arts, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and the University College will receive their degrees during commencement services slated at 1:30 p.m.

UCA President Allen Meadors will give the commencement address. Dr.

UCA Winter Commencement Exercises Slated Dec. 18

UCA Winter Commencement Exercises Slated Dec. 18

CONWAY -- Winter commencement exercises at the University of Central Arkansas are scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 18 at the Farris Center on the UCA campus. More than 700 degrees will be conferred during two ceremonies.

Commencement exercises for the Colleges of Business, Education, and Fine Arts and Communication will be held 10 a.m. Graduates from the Colleges of Health and Behavioral Sciences, Liberal Arts, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and the University College will receive their degrees during commencement services slated at 1:30 p.m.

UCA President Allen Meadors will give the commencement address. Dr.

Mayflower High School Service Club Presents the Mayor with a Microchip Scanner

Mayflower, AR — December 16, 2010 — The newly-formed Mayflower Animal Freaks, a school service club, elected officers just in time to present mayor Randy Holland with a state-of-the art microchip scanner at the last city council meeting of the year, which will be December 21.  The scanner with a retail value of over $350, will be logged in as city property and then go to the animal control department to help reunite lost pets with their owners.

Mayflower doesn’t have a humane society, and the animal control officer position is part time.  There was a great need, and the students formed the club to be of service to their community.  Being able to quickly return pets to their owners will save the city money due to less time and expense housing lost pets.

According to Stacy Uptain, faculty sponsor of the club, “These great kids are going to spend part of their Christmas vacation raising funds to help pay for spay/neuter and microchipping services, which t