Saturday, September 8, 2012

First Professor Emeriti Honored at Rededication

Snead State Community College will honor the first Professor Emeriti in the College’s history during a special rededication service for the newly-renovated Administration Building.

Dr. Bobbie Glassco of Horton served Snead State for 42 years in a multitude of roles, including a teacher of home economics, a teacher of sociology and Dean of Instruction. Mr. James Lambert of Boaz served Snead College for 28 years as an Instructor of Political Science and History and Division Director for Social Sciences.
The Rededication Service will take place on Sunday, Sept. 16, at 2:30 p.m. in Fielder Auditorium in the Administration Building on the Boaz campus. Music will be provided by former Snead State President Dr. Johnny McAlpine, his wife, Helen, and his daughter, Carla McAlpine-Franklin.

Following the Rededication Service, those in attendance will have an opportunity to tour the facility. A reception in the new banquet room honoring the newly named Professor Emeriti will follow the building tours.

On Tuesday, Sept. 18, the community is also invited to attend a special Open House and Ribbon Cutting for the Administration Building. The ribbon cutting will take place at 10:30 a.m. on the front lawn with tours of the building to follow. Lunch will be served at 11 a.m. in the gazebo at the quad behind the Administration Building.

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