The College has nearly 50 professional certificate programs designed for career advancement and/or workforce re-entry. Culinary, Web Design, Medical Assisting, Paralegal and Human Resources are among the many programs offered.
KSU President Dr. Dan Papp and KSU Athletic Director Vaughn Williams were among the crowd. Renowned former radio personality Rhubarb Jones and KSU’s recently retired softball coach Scott Whitlock served as emcees for the event along with longtime DJ Greg “Talmadge” Picciano.
Corporate sponsors for the event were Bank of North Georgia, Delta Community Bank, E. Smith Heating and Air Conditioning, Eurotard, Jones Lang LaSalle, Kids R Kids, Metro Atlanta Ambulance Service, Moore Colson, Northside Hospital Cherokee, and ServiceMaster Restore. Individual sponsors were Tom and Jerrie Alexander, Tommy and Chantal Bagwell, Barbara S. Calhoun, Jack and Shirley Demarest, James and Cecelia Dunn, Mr. Pete Watson and Mrs. Connie Engel, Dick and Patti Harp, Doug Jones, and Bob and Lil Prillaman.
The Marietta Woman’s Club met on Sept. 24 at Marietta Country Club. MWC sponsored Breanna Lowe to go to Girl’s State, an American Legion Post 304 program. She spoke about her experiences and the impact it had on her.
Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at email@example.com. Call Sally at (770) 425-8106.