ACTC Releases Fall Dean’s List
Ashland Community and Technical College has named 28 Lawrence County residents to the Dean’s List for Fall Semester 2014. Dean’s List students must have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) on at least 12 credit hours in courses numbered 100 and above. The students are listed below by city of residence.
From Blaine: Robert B. Ferguson.
From Louisa: Merissa M. Bowman, Landon K. Bradley, Miranda Carter, Alicia D. Cartmel, Adam M. Cavins, Alison D. Chandler, Olivia D. Cremeans, Clifford Damron, Kyle A. Delong, Charles E. Devaney, Timothy S. Jackson, Charles H. Kirk, Gerri M. Lemaster, Christy J. Lumpkins, Ashley R. Moore, Justin T. Pittman, John D. Reed, Drew L. See, Tiffany N. Triplett and Alicia D. Wallace.
From Webbville: Randall G. Gilbert, Garrett S. Porter, Dustin A. Scott, Casey B. Sexton, Lydia D. Sparks and Christopher S. Young.
From Ulysses: Justin E. Howard..
Lewis County residents on the Dean’s List were Thayer P. Himes from Quincy, Kasey N. Russell from Garrison and Jeconiah T. Staniford from Martha.
ACTC Electrical/HVAC Continuing Education
Ashland Community and Technical College will hold two recertification classes for Kentucky electrical and HVAC professionals on Saturday, Feb. 28, beginning at 8:00 a.m. at ACTC’s Technology Drive Campus. The classes are approved for continuing education by the KY Department of Housing, Building and Construction.
Analysis of NEC Upgrades is approved for Kentucky master electricians and electricians. Instructor Harold Henry will cover updates to the National Electrical Code.
Green Energy Management is approved for Kentucky Electrical Contractors and HVAC Journeymen and Masters. Instructor Kenneth Botts will cover topics such as Green Energy trends, techniques and tips.
The fee for each class is $80, and enrollment is through ACTC Workforce Solutions, 606.326.2130, 800.928.4256 ext. 62130 or email: email@example.com.
Tuskegee Airmen Reminder
Black History Month presentations on The Tuskegee Airmen will be given Tuesday, Feb. 10, at noon in the J. B. Sowards Theatre at the ACTC College Drive Campus and at 6:00 p.m. in the Highlands Museum and Discovery Center in downtown Ashland. The success of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first all-black combat units in the U. S. Army Air Corps in World War II, helped end segregation in the military. These presentations by Ronald L. Spriggs, a historian and USAF veteran, are free and open to the public.
The presentations are supported by ACTC, the Highlands Museum & Discovery Center and a number of community partners.