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Stamps talks education, training

December 5, 2013

By Donna Summerall
life@dailytimesleader.com

Civitan president Margaret Shelton presided over Wednesday’s meeting of the West Point Civitan Luncheon Club and reminded the members that the club’s Christmas party is noon, Dec. 18, at the Bryan Public Library. She said the raffle tickets for the Nook e – tablet would continue to be sold through Dec. 18, when the winner will be drawn during the Christmas party.
Shelton introduced the meeting’s speaker, Warren Stamps.
“We are delighted to have Warren Stamps, vice president of program development for North Mississippi Center of Higher Educational Advancement as our guest today,” said Shelton. “He is very active in the community and dedicated to his work. I think we all will be very interested to hear what his mission is in our area.”
Stamps said that the MCHEA has recently celebrated 21 years of helping people further their educations, obtain marketable skills or build businesses. He said their mission is to develop people, evaluate and disseminate programs to businesses, community-based agencies, elementary, post - secondary and secondary institutions.

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