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VetCAMP 2018

This program is offered to rising high school juniors and seniors and rising college freshmen to evaluate their skills and competitiveness as future veterinarians, provide mentorship and help them experience veterinary medicine as an exciting career path. It’s a great experience and the students have a lot of fun while also learning about the profession.
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Christmas Chaos Play!

Bibb County High School proudly announces a production of “A Christmas Chaos”, directed by Haeden Burleson Wright; with rights by Heuer Publishing. This production is made possible through the Alabama Arts in Education Initiative Grant and the 21st Century Learning Grant. “A Christmas Chaos” is a humorous rendition of a classic tale. “The Royal Shakespeare Company hasn’t arrived as promised to perform their stirring rendition of “A Christmas Carol”. So an intrepid band of hapless actors and technicians must put together their own production in only seven hours! The play focuses on these poor but dedicated thespians doing their best while chaos is all around them: two kids fighting over who gets to play Tiny Tim, a confused actor who thinks she’s in another show, a haughty lead actor, one actor playing both Bob and Mrs. Cratchit, and tons of flubs and confusion”.
This fast-paced family comedy proves that sometimes everything that can go wrong will go wrong. Performances of “A Christmas Chaos” are Thursday, Dec. 7 @ 1 pm, Friday. Dec. 8 @ 10am and 1 pm. A Community Show will be held on Saturday, Dec. 9 @ 6 pm and Sunday Dec. 4 @ 2 pm at the Bibb County Board of Education. Tickets are $4 each and can be purchased at the door.
For questions, more information, or to set up a group reservation, please email or contact Haeden Wright at 205-926-9071.
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Service Club Food Drive!

The Service Club is working with DHR for our annual Food Drive. Many children in Bibb County are provided with breakfast and lunch at school every day, but then they often go without proper nutrition outside of school (supper, weekends, holidays, etc.).
We are collecting kid-friendly foods that require little to no adult assistance to prepare. Items will be distributed to families for the Thanksgiving Break.

You can help by encouraging (bribing) your students to bring specific food items. Participation usually increases when students are given bonus points for the items they bring.

Students should bring items to your classroom. (I can bring you storage boxes if you need them.) Service Club members will then come collect items.

All items are needed before Thursday, November 16.

I have attached a list of items needed.

Items NOT to donate:
random canned veggies, expired canned items, not-so-healthy snacks such as candy, cookies, and chips

Thank you for your help!
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