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North Carolina Farm Bureau President Larry Wooten (far right) congratulates Macon County Farm Bureau President Joe Deal and winning agents Craig Millsaps and Charles Thun.

The Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation was held Dec. 8-10 at the Sheraton Four Seasons and Joseph S. Koury Convention Center in Greensboro, N.C. Deal was recognized among his peers at the Presidents’ and Agents’ Luncheon.

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Looking for a new career that allows you to have fun and interact with a variety of people? Southwestern Community College has the perfect training opportunity for you.

Starting on Jan. 28, SCC will offer an evening course in Bartending. The class helps students become professional bartenders by teaching Alcoholic Beverage Control requirements, drink recipes, information on Training for Intervention Procedures certification and more.

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Western Carolina University’s Office of Continuing and Professional Education is offering a series of three workshops in Asheville to help business owners and employees learn to communicate more professionally and effectively through their writing.

Each session will be held on a Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at WCU’s instructional site at Biltmore Park Town Square. Instructors will be WCU Department of English faculty members Diane Martinez and Drew Virtue.

The cost is $79 for each session or $220 for all three, and lunch is included. Participants completing all three workshops will earn a non-credit certificate in business communications.

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The North Carolina Association of Local Health Directors has honored Angel Medical Center in Franklin with the 2014 Public Health Partners Award for their efforts to improve public health. The awards were given at the NCALHD annual meeting awards luncheon in Raleigh.

The 2014 Public Health Partners Award was created to recognize organizations, businesses and professional associations that have made significant contributions to the advancement and promotion of public health in North Carolina. AMC was selected for its commitment to reducing the burden of cancer in Macon County. AMC was recognized for its partnership with the Macon County Health Department and several corporate sponsors in creating “Ladies Night Out,” a program aimed at helping women as they face breast cancer.

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published: 10/18/2013
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