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Paramedic program starting spring semester at ESCC

Paramedic program starting spring semester at ESCC

In Spring 2020, Enterprise State Community College will provide needed EMT training and a new associates degree through its Paramedic program.

The program is the result of several years of work from EMS Director Capt. Christopher Davis and Science and Health Division Chair Dr. Tyler Simmons. Both men saw a need to “better equip the community with trained professionals who can help in an emergency,” according to Davis.

Students in ESCC’s Paramedic program will complete the “highest level” of EMT training, consisting of classroom and lab work, according to Davis. Paramedic students will also have an internship opportunity with Medical Center Enterprise and Enterprise Rescue Inc.

“EMT participate in 48 hours of internship,” Davis said. “AEMT students participate in 96 hours of internships, and Paramedic students will participate in 450 hours of internship.

“Our partners at Medical Center Enterprise and Enterprise Rescue are of the highest caliber. Both the organizations and their personnel go above and beyond to genuinely participate in the program and aid our students in becoming the best healthcare providers possible.”

Captain Anthony Cole said Enterprise Rescue is proud to provide training opportunities for ESCC students.

“Enterprise Rescue has always had a great relationship with the college,” Cole said. “We are always pleased with the quality of students coming through ESCC, and we are more than happy to give them the training opportunities they need.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of this program.”

Suzanne Woods, CEO of Medical Center Enterprise, said MCE was “excited” to help Paramedics students with their training at ESCC.

“To have a service such as the Paramedic program is a gift to our citizens of the Wiregrass,” she said. “Our community relies on these special individuals in ways that most will never realize – from the obvious of life saving measures to educating our community. It takes an incredible person to fill the role of a paramedic, and we at Medical Center Enterprise could not be more excited to assist in this program at ESCC.”

“I commend Dr. Tyler Simmons and Capt. Chris Davis for their time and effort in this process,” President Matt Rodgers said. “They are committed to developing programs that serve our communities and continuing to expand our healthcare programs.

“Chris Davis, with his level of expertise, is carrying on a long tradition of training EMTs and paramedics. I can’t think of a more critical area than providing training to first responders.”

In addition to an Associate in Applied Science in Paramedic, ESCC will also offer students the option to complete training to receive a Paramedic Certificate. The college also offers students degrees and certificates through its Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Advanced EMT programs.

“Enterprise State Community College has a rich tradition of providing well-trained emergency medical professionals,” Dean of Instruction Danny Long said. “It started with former EMS Director Anthony Cole, and that tradition continues with Capt. Chris Davis.

“I couldn’t be more proud of the work that Chris and our Science and Health Division Chair Dr. Tyler Simmons have put in to revitalize the Associate in Applied Science in Paramedics for our college.  The results of their efforts will provide dividends to our community for years to come.”

Scholarships are available for students taking part in the Paramedic program. The deadline to apply for scholarships is March 1, 2020.

EMTs make an impact on the lives of others, and trained professionals at all levels are needed in this area.

“EMS is a young profession that is often perceived as a job more than a career or profession,” Davis said. “This could not be further from the truth. EMTs are professionals who train tirelessly throughout their career, both mentally and physically, in order to properly aid their fellow man in their greatest hour of need. I cannot think of any other jobs that have that kind of dedication or impact on the world.”

Cutline: EMS Director Capt. Christopher Davis, left, joins future Paramedic instructor Joe McCollough, right, in teaching advanced EMT students.

Pharmacy Tech program coming to ESCC

Pharmacy Tech program coming to ESCC

In Spring 2020, Enterprise State Community College will offer a new Pharmacy Technician program, providing instruction and training in one of the top four health science occupations in the local area.

Pharmacy technicians work under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist. These professionals dispense prescription drugs to patients while providing instruction on how to properly take the medication. They are also required to understand medical insurance policies, know brand and generic names of drugs and interpret prescriptions among other skills.

“A successful Pharmacy Technician should have knowledge of customer and personal service, mathematics, clerical duties, and computers and electronics,” Director of Workforce Development Ian Campbell said of potential students of the program. “Common skills practiced by Pharmacy Technicians include active listening, critical thinking, reading comprehension and speaking.”

The number of pharmacy technician jobs are expected to grow statewide over the next few years. Approximately 400,000 technicians will be employed by the year 2021 to meet our nation’s growing healthcare demands.

“There are numerous pharmacies and pharmacy-related operations in our area,” Campbell said. “These businesses contribute to a local supply of jobs that is higher than the national area, making this a hotspot for Pharmacy Technicians and their talent.”

The 130-hour program will begin on Jan. 28, 2020. The program consists of 50 classroom hours and 80 clinical hours.

“We chose to offer this program based on the same process we apply to all program decision making ­­­­­­­– using empirical evidence and intelligent data,” he said. “The number of jobs and expected growth support the delivery of a Pharmacy Technician program. We are a Community College, and our goal is to serve our community. This program aligns with that goal.”

In the classroom, pharmacy technician students will learn about the history of pharmacy and healthcare, the role of a pharmacy technician, drug regulation and control, pharmacy calculations and math review, basic biopharmaceutics, aseptic technique and the handling of sterile products, and other related topics.

“Healthcare and related occupations are an integral sector of our local workforce and economy,” Campbell said. “Pharmacies and their operations are essential to the health and well-being of our population. We are proud to be able to support not only the workforce needs in our area, but also contribute to a sustainable and effective healthcare system.”  

Students interested in the program should have or be pursuing a high school diploma or GED. Cost for the program, which includes textbooks is $1,399.

Classroom hours will take place every Tuesday and Thursday beginning Jan. 28, 2020, from 6:00-9:30 p.m.

For more information about the program or to enroll, contact Ian Campbell at icampbell@escc.edu or call (334) 347-2623 ext. 2229.

Forrester Hall Open House/Fine Arts events

Forrester Hall Open House/Fine Arts events

Enterprise State Community College will hold A Celebration of the Arts and Forrester Open House on Dec. 2. The Open House will showcase the renovations to Forrester Hall, home of ESCC’s Fine Arts Division. Forrester Hall has been a part of the Enterprise State Community College campus since 1977, when it was erected in honor of the College’s first president and campus designer, Benjamin Abb Forrester. Renovations to Forrester now provide distinct spaces for each of the fine arts concentrations in music, theater and art, including designated classroom space and upgraded technology for each concentration and a new Black Box Theater, completed with the help of a $350,000 donation from the ESCC Foundation. The Open House will include a 30-minute presentation with comments from President Matt Rodgers, Dean of Instruction Danny Long, Fine Arts Division Chair Dr. Ken Thomas, ACCS Chancellor Jimmy Baker and Ms. Marjean Corkran. Recognition of donors Stan and Carol Windham will also occur during the presentation.

Following the Open House, the ESCC Student Art Show will take place from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Forrester Hall. The Student Art Show features artwork from students enrolled in studio art courses in the Fine Arts Division during the 2019 fall semester. Student art will decorate the hallways and lobby for visitors to view and enjoy.

At 7 p.m. in the Student Center MPR, the annual ESCC Christmas Concert will begin to help bring the Christmas spirit alive. The concert will include performances from the ESCC Concert Choir and Entertainers, ESCC Camerata and ESCC Instrumental Ensemble. The Troy University Gospel Singers will join ESCC music students and perform during the concert.

Mathis named new Dean of Students

Mathis named new Dean of Students

In the Spring 2020 semester, Kassie Mathis will join Enterprise State Community College as its new Dean of Students.

As Dean of Students, Mathis will serve as the chief student affairs officer and will be responsible for the overall leadership of student services and facilities. At ESCC, the Dean of Students provides leadership, management, and supervision of a comprehensive Student Services Division including: recruitment, admissions, financial aid, registration and records, advising services, testing programs, orientation, student support services, career services, an intercollegiate athletic program, intramurals and student activities program in accordance with appropriate laws, regulations, policies and guidelines.

Mathis has over 12 years of higher education experience. She has served as the Director of Adult Education at Jefferson State Community College for the past year. She previously served as the HBCU Title III Program Director, Career Coach and Adjunct Instructor at Gadsden State Community College.

President Matt Rodgers said Mathis’s experience gives her a diverse background in higher education.

“Throughout the interview process, Ms. Mathis’s qualities, expertise and love for students stood out,” President Matt Rodgers said. “We feel that these attributes, along with her background and leadership abilities, will be great additions to the ESCC/AAC team.

“I am confident that Ms. Mathis will bring a strong work ethic and hit the ground running. We already have a strong team in place, and I am excited about her experience and how she can help us continue to improve.”

Mathis’s first day will be Jan. 13, 2020, the first day of classes of the Spring 2020 semester at ESCC. She said she is excited to work at ESCC, a college that focuses on the needs of its students.

“I am both honored and humbled to have been selected as Dean of Students at Enterprise State Community College,” she said. “I’m particularly thrilled about the welcoming and student centric environment. Throughout my career, my goal has always been to have a positive impact on students, and I believe ESCC is a place where I can do that.

“The recent growth of the college is indicative of an institution that is thriving and employing the right strategies to help students be successful. While I hope to create even more opportunities for growth, I’m also excited about continuing the outstanding work that’s already been done. The amount of encouragement and support I’ve already received from President Matt Rodgers and the Enterprise State faculty and staff has been very reassuring, and I can’t wait to get started.”

Cutline: Kassie Mathis has been named the Dean of Students at ESCC.

ESCC Fine Arts receives donation worth $83,000

ESCC Fine Arts receives donation worth $83,000

Thanks to one of the largest donations in the College’s history, the Enterprise State Community College Fine Arts Division is now home to a new $83,000 Yamaha Grand Piano.

The new piano was donated by Stan and Carol Windham, who have personal connections to the College. Their children are ESCC alumni, and Carol Windham is a long-time piano instructor at the College.

The piano will be housed in Forrester Hall, home of the College’s Fine Arts Division.

“It is with great pleasure that our family is donating this Yamaha Grand Piano to ESCC,” Stan and Carol Windham said. “We believe in the mission of ESCC and are very thankful that this institution has meant so much to us through the years.

“These are exciting times right now at ESCC, and we feel this fine instrument will be around for many years to contribute to the educational efforts and vision of this College. This was all made possible through a partnership with Latta Music of Dothan and the blessings of the Lord above who made it possible for us to support ESCC in this way.”

The piano was installed in Forrester Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Carol Windham tested the instrument with a beautiful melody, and Meghan Johnson and Johnathan Doyle were the first students to tickle the ivories for practice.

The Windham’s partnered with Latta Music Company to provide the new piano to ESCC students.

Chris Latta, of Latta Music Company, said the company was proud to be a part of the promotion of music in the community.

“Latta Music is honored to help facilitate the purchase of the new Yamaha Concert Grand Piano that Stan and Carol Windham have graciously donated to Enterprise State Community College,” he said. “Latta Music always wants to find ways to promote music within the community, and we know that ESCC is a great source for building musicians within the area.”

Fine Arts Division Chair Dr. Ken Thomas said the new piano will be a great addition to the Division and the College.

“This gift to the College and the Fine Arts Division will enable our students to study, practice and perform on one finest instruments in the Wiregrass,” Thomas said. “This is yet another step to accomplish our vision of being the Wiregrass Center of Fine Arts.”

Cutline: ESCC Fine Arts students can now practice and perform on a new $83,000 Yamaha Grand Piano, provided through a donation from Carol and Stan Windham and partnership with Latta Music Company. Pictured, in back, are President Matt Rodgers, left, and Chris Latta, of Latta Music Company. Pictured, front, from left, are Fine Arts Division Chair Dr. Ken Thomas, Carol and Stan Windham, and Dean of Instruction Danny Long.

Coffee with Veterans program

Coffee with Veterans program

Enterprise State Community College is holding its next installment of Coffee with Veterans on Dec. 5.  ESCC student and veteran Jettadia Bush will be our guest speaker for this event. Jettadia is a 2006 graduate of Zion Chapel High School and a soon-to-be Fall 2019 graduate of Enterprise State Community College.  Shortly after high school, he joined the Army as a 15-T UH-60 Helicopter mechanic. He was stationed in Fairbanks, Alaska, and served as a Dustoff crew chief and standardization instructor. He has served multiple deployments in Kandahar and Afghanistan, including stints at FOB Pasab, FOB Wilson and FOB Dwyer. Jettadia has been able to travel the world as a trainer for other Blackhawk crews and other allied countries service personnel. He plan

Caitlyn Nolin crowned 2019-20 Miss ESCC

Caitlyn Nolin crowned 2019-20 Miss ESCC

Ms. Cailtyn Nolin, of New Brockton, will serve Enterprise State Community College as its 2019-20 Miss ESCC.

Nolin was chosen to wear the crown out of six contestants during the Miss ESCC pageant on Thursday, Nov. 21. She was crowned by the 2018-19 Miss ESCC Bethany Macon.

Nolin is the daughter of Keith and Cathy Nolin. She is a freshman agriscience education major at ESCC and plans to transfer to Auburn University to receive her bachelor’s degree in agriscience education and a master’s degree in administration. Her goal is to teach agriscience in the Enterprise area before taking a leadership role later in her career.

As Miss ESCC, Nolin will represent the college’s values and programs on our campus and throughout our local communities. She is awarded a $2,000 scholarship as a result of her new title.

Out of the remaining five participants in the Miss ESCC pageant, interpreter training major Presley Hall, of Geneva, was named first runner up, and early childhood education major Taylor Jordan, of Valdosta, GA, was named second runner up. Marketing major Brayton Martin, of Jack, was named the photogenic winner.

All six contestants in the 2019-20 Miss ESCC pageant were Caitlin Cedarstaff-Aaron, of Enterprise; Sierra Crawford, of Geneva; Presley Hall, of Geneva; Taylor Jordan, of Valdosta, GA; Alyssa Kyles, of Elba; Aiyanna Lee, of Enterprise; Nia Lofton, of Daleville; Brayton Martin, of Jack; and Cailtyn Nolin, of New Brockton.

To invite to Miss ESCC to your event or organization please contact Jennifer Olsen at 334-347-2623 ext. 2320.

Cutline: Freshman agriscience education major Caitlyn Nolin, of New Brockton, was crowned as the 2019-20 Miss ESCC on Nov. 21.

Think local when applying for college

Think local when applying for college

Alabama’s College Application Week, Nov. 4-8, is here, and Enterprise State Community College and the Alabama Aviation College are ready to help any person take the next steps in their education.

Community college is a great option for anyone interested in furthering their education or receiving technical training. It is also a great resource for students currently in high school or those who have completed their high school graduation credits early.

Especially for early completers, taking classes at their local community college can help them save time and money while receiving a quality education.

“The benefit of taking general education courses at ESCC is not only the cost – classes cost at least half of what students will pay for the same course at a four-year institution – but also the opportunity to study with instructors with the same credentials as those at the four-year institution in a much smaller, one-on-one environment that fosters student development and a village of support,” Associate Dean of Students/Financial Aid Director Dr. Kevin Ammons said.

For those students who wish to complete their college education at a university or would like to complete required courses between semesters at a four-year institution, their local community college is a resource to turn to.

In Alabama, community colleges provide transferable credits through the Statewide Articulation Reporting System (STARS), making it even easier for students to complete their first two years at their local community college and transfer those credits to another institution.

One method that ESCC uses to provide a strong foundation for transfer students is ensuring the classes students take at ESCC will actually transfer. ESCC can stand by this agreement when students follow the Alabama Articulation Program, which is also called STARS (Statewide Articulation Reporting System). STARS is designed to inform students about degree requirements and course equivalents from colleges from each state-funded four-year institution.

“Start your college journey at ESCC before transferring to a different school,” ESCC President Matt Rodgers said. “This will allow you to possibly stay at home with no room-and-board fees or rent while earning college credits. It also opens up the opportunity to work and start saving money for when you move out or go to school.”

Community colleges like ESCC are a resource to take advantage of when taking those next steps, whether it be toward a degree program or technical training. All it takes to start is to apply.

ESCC/AAC has an open-door admissions policy to ensure that every person can attain a college education. There is no application deadline and no ACT/SAT or GPA score required.

There are just a few steps to complete the application process at ESCC/AAC, which are to complete the general application, residency form and identify verification form; submit a copy of the applicant’s driver’s license and all transcripts; and provide any test scores from the last five years.

All application information may be found on www.escc.edu/admissions/.

For many students, deciding how to pay for college is an important part of the college process.  College applicants are encouraged to complete the now open Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if they qualify for federal or other financial aid.

Completing the FAFSA is important. Many college applicants do not always complete it, missing out on thousands of dollars per applicant available to them. According to the Federal Student Aid website, more than $150 billion is available to applicants for college.

Before filling out the FAFSA, applicants will need to apply for a Financial Student Aid (FSA) ID, which is used as a signature on financial aid forms, at www.fsaid.ed.gov. Parents of dependent students will need their own FSA ID.

When completing the FAFSA for ESCC, list the ESCC school code, which is 001015.

The 2020-21 FAFSA, for students planning to attend college in August 2020, will use information from the their or their parents’ 2018 tax return. Applicants can use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool within the FAFSA to provide federal income tax return data.

To apply for financial aid as an early high school completer, the 2019-20 FAFSA application must be completed. This application will use the applicant’s or their parents’ 2017 tax return information.

At ESCC, the college application must be before an aid application will be considered at ESCC. The deadline to apply for ESCC financial aid and scholarships is March 1, 2020.

ESCC financial aid information is available at www.escc.edu/admissions/financial-aid-admissions/.

No matter where a person is in their educational journey, a community college like ESCC/AAC can provide a quality education or training to anyone.

“It does not matter if the student is a high school senior who just graduated, a transient student who already attends another university, a current ESCC student or a nontraditional student who just wants to pick up some courses to advance a career,” Rodgers said. “ESCC/AAC has something for everyone.”

Cutline: Director of Counseling & Student Success Dr. Felisha Ford, standing, helps students plan their class schedule for the spring.

ESCC to hold open auditions for spring show

ESCC to hold open auditions for spring show

“Grease is the word” as Enterprise State Community College readies for auditions for its spring show.

On Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 4-5, the ESCC Fine Arts Division will hold open auditions for its spring production of “Grease.”

From a Samuel French synopsis, “Grease” introduces “Rydell High’s senior class of 1959: duck-tailed, hot rodding ‘Burger Palace Boys’ and their gum-snapping, hip-shaking ‘Pink Ladies’ in bobby sox and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950s in this rollicking musical.”

“Grease” follows the story of “head ‘greaser’ Danny Zuko and the new (good) girl Sandy Dumbrowski as they try to relive the high romance of their ‘Summer Nights,’” while the rest of the greasers and pink ladies dance and sing to familiar songs like “Greased Lightnin’.”

All auditions will begin at 6 p.m. in the Community Room, located in the LBW Student Center.

To audition, be prepared to present a one-minute monologue, which must be memorized before auditions, and perform 16-32 bars of a song acapella. All audition pieces must be from a published play.

Adolescents ages 14-17 with parents’ permission and adults 18 and older are encouraged to audition.

“One of the reasons ’Grease’ was selected is because there are a variety of roles ranging from teenager to any age, really,” Theater adjunct Trey Clark said. “No prior acting experience is required. Anyone 14 and up… come on, everybody.”

Clark said theater brings people together, including ESCC and the communities it serves.

“Theater is a dynamic tool that brings human beings together,” he said. “It’s fun. It’s an experience that is unique in molding young minds and telling an awesome story that everybody knows.

“We are Enterprise State Community College. Without the community, we wouldn’t exist, and it is a beautiful and fruitful endeavor.”

Performances of “Grease” will be held April 16-18, 2020, at the Enterprise Performing Arts Center.

“ESCC is the community’s college, and we encourage the community to get involved,” ESCC Fine Arts Division Chair Dr. Ken Thomas said. “This is an exciting time in the life of the College and the Fine Arts Division. We want and need the community’s support.

“I know that there are many talented performers in this area, and I challenge all of you to come to the auditions and lend a helping hand to make this musical performance a success. You may also support us by attending our events.”

For more information on auditions or the ESCC Fine Arts Division, contact Dr. Ken Thomas at (334) 347-2623 ext. 2319 or kthomas@escc.edu.

“Dancing for Scholarships” raises over $20,000

“Dancing for Scholarships” raises over $20,000

The Enterprise State Community College Foundation raised over $20,000 for scholarships for future and current students through its third annual “Dancing for Scholarships” event.

These funds will not only support current Foundation scholarships, but it will also help dual-enrollment students take courses at ESCC through a new scholarship, according to Foundation Executive Director Chellye Stump.

“We’ve not given dual enrollment scholarships in the past, so this year, we plan to set aside some of the money we raise for dual-enrollment students,” she said before the event.

During the event, over 400 people watched as seven local STARS showed off their dancing skills during the fundraising event, held at the Enterprise Civic Center on Thursday, Oct. 10.

This year’s seven STARS and their professional partners were: Erin Grantham, executive director of Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, partnered with Adonis Bozeman, recruiter for ESCC; Brent Harrison, principal at Enterprise High School, partnered with Jameka Oates, principal dancer and instructor for Patti Rutland Jazz and instructor for Enterprise School of Dance; Dr. Anna Head, ESCC English Division Chair, partnered with Dr. Ken Thomas, ESCC Fine Arts Division Chair; Gloria Jones, retired interior decorator, partnered with Ronald DeVane, ballroom dance instructor; John Mitchell Jr. of Mitchell Automotive Group, partnered with Janie Allen of GetFit Nutrition; Chris Moseley, superintendent of Elba City Schools, partnered with Teniyah Ginyard, dance instructor for Enterprise School of Dance; and Bill Schleusner, co-owner of The Rawls Restaurant, partnered with Mattie Hanson, teacher with Enterprise City Schools.

These teams danced for the chance to receive either the People’s Choice or the Judges Favorite Mirror Ball trophies.

This year, the People’s Choice Mirror Ball trophy went to partners Mitchell and Allen, who danced to “Rockin’ Robin.” The People’s Choice winner was decided through the number of votes each team received the night of the event.

Mitchell said he stepped out of his comfort zone to take part in the event, but the experience was worth it.

“I did enjoy it,” he said. “It was very rewarding. It was for a great cause.”

He challenged others to participate in next year’s “Dancing for Scholarships” event.

“I definitely would challenge anyone to do it, even if you don’t think you can,” he said.

The winners of the Judges Favorite Mirror Ball were partners Schleusner and Hanson, who danced to “Beat It.”  Each team’s performance was judged on four categories: entertainment, technique, chemistry as a couple and the choreography of the dance. This year’s judges were Will Searcy, Elizabeth Whitton and Kara Danner.

Schleusner said he was surprised to receive the trophy with his partner.

“That was shocking,” he said. “To come out the winner of the Mirror Ball was surreal.”

Schleusner said he attended last year’s “Dancing for Scholarships” event and thought it would be fun to participate. He then received the call to be a community STAR from Stump.

“I really enjoyed being a part of such a great event,” he said. “This is one of the best fundraising events that’s being held in the Wiregrass, just from the execution and the product they put out. You really enjoy coming to it.

“It definitely is a unique event that I think people in the Wiregrass should attend and support.”

He also encouraged members of the Wiregrass communities to “absolutely participate” in next year’s event.

“I don’t know why people would hesitate,” he said. “It’s worth it. It’s a lot of fun.”

Mitchell and Schleusner were not the only participants to encourage others to take part. After his dance the night of the event, Moseley also challenged other educators in the Wiregrass communities to take part as well.

“Enterprise State reaches out to a lot of school systems, and I am so proud to represent Elba,” he said. “Enterprise, Coffee County, Ozark, all the schools they reach out to… I challenge all these school systems to come out and participate in this for their kids.”

Stump said the ESCC Foundation is thankful for everyone who participated and supported the fundraising event, stating that ESCC has “the best community, and we know this would not be possible without their support.”

She also said that while Mirror Balls were presented to the two dance teams, every participant is a winner.

“I can’t thank the dancers enough for all the time they donated out of their busy lives to practice over the last two months to make this night so special,” Stump said. “I would also like to thank the employees of Enterprise State Community College who served on the committee that made this event possible. We have an outstanding group that worked hard for the last few months to make sure this event was enjoyable for all.”

Stump said she is already looking ahead and is searching for STARS and PROS for next year’s event. To participate, contact Chellye Stump at (334) 347-2623 ext. 2279 or cstump@escc.edu.

CUTLINE: Seven Community STARS and their PRO partners took part in the 2019 “Dancing for Scholarships” event on Oct. 10. Pictured, from left, are STAR Brent Harrison with PRO Jameka Oates; PRO Dr. Ken Thomas with STAR Dr. Anna Head; STAR Bill Schleusner with PRO Mattie Hanson, winners of the Judges Favorite trophy; PRO Janie Allen with STAR John Mitchell Jr., winners of the People’s Choice trophy; STAR Gloria Jones with PRO Ronald DeVane, PRO Teniyah Ginyard with STAR Chris Moseley; and PRO Adonis Bozeman with STAR Erin Grantham.

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