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Posted: March 19, 2013 - 4:23pm
Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Department of South Carolina attended the Public Spirit Award Luncheon in Washington, DC on Feb. 25. Pictured are Barbara Stoffer (seated, from left), president of the department of South Carolina; Anne Parker, junior vice president; Louise Winesett, NEC past department president; Linda Smiley (standing, from left), senior vice president; Betty McMorrow, southern division public relations committee member; Brenda Collins, southern division junior activities committee member.   SPECIAL
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Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Department of South Carolina attended the Public Spirit Award Luncheon in Washington, DC on Feb. 25. Pictured are Barbara Stoffer (seated, from left), president of the department of South Carolina; Anne Parker, junior vice president; Louise Winesett, NEC past department president; Linda Smiley (standing, from left), senior vice president; Betty McMorrow, southern division public relations committee member; Brenda Collins, southern division junior activities committee member.

A North Augusta resident is among the nominees for the annual Shero Awards sponsored by the Sisters Only Club.

Felicia Pinkney Mims is one of 13 nominees. Winners will be recognized 2 p.m. Saturday during the seventh annual Shero Awards ceremony at the Kroc Center in Augusta.

The awards are given to women in the Central Savannah River Area who are making a difference and doing extraordinary things in the categories of health and social sciences, arts, law and government/armed forces, community service, business, faith and spirituality, and education. Three women will be selected for special categories: Woman to Watch, 96.3 Kiss FM vision Award and Woman of the Year.

The banquet will featureentertainment and guest speaker Dr. Donna Adam-Pickett, of Augusta Women’s Health and Wellness Center. Tickets are $30 in advance and can be purchased by emailing sistersonlyclub@hotmail.com or contacting Vonteice Davis at (706) 339-9618.

The American Board will hold an information session April 6 for those interested in changing careers and becoming a teacher.

The American Board is a state-sanctioned route to educator licensure. Those who have a bachelor’s degree in their field and are interested in becoming a teacher are urged to attend.

The free sessions will be at 10:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. at the Nancy Carson Library, 135 Edgefield Road. Registration is encouraged due to limited space. To register, go to www.abcte.org/drupal/teach/events.

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