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GIVING TO NEEDY CHILDREN – Southeastern accounting faculty member and Hammond Kiwanis board member Joe Morris, center, presents a $500 check to the Southeastern Student Athletic Advisory Council for the purchase of new toys for the annual Toys from the Heart drive. On hand to receive the donation are Leslie Rolling, left, senior women’s administrator and SAAC advisor, and John Roberts, president of SAAC.
VISIONS OF SUGARPLUMS DANCED IN THEIR HEADS - Southeastern’s Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts will present Hammond Ballet Company’s “The Nutcracker” Dec. 9 and 10 at 7 p.m. Cast with mostly local children, the ballet will also feature two guest artists: Katia Garza as the Sugar Plum Fairy, kneeling, and Balazs Krajczar as the Nutcracker.
REVIEWING THE MUSIC– Guitar arrangements by members of Southeastern Louisiana University’s Guitar Quartet will be featured on a holiday CD called “Christmas with Los Romeros.” Reviewing the music are, from left, David Bryan and Patrick Kerber, Southeastern music faculty members and two composers for the CD.
PPR Training for Supervisors
The Training Section of the Human Resources Office will offer a training program for supervisors who are required to conduct Performance Planning and Reviews (PPRs) on classified employees. Scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 8, the session will be held in the Human Resources Office Conference room from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
To register for this program, please email Jan Ortego at Jan.Ortego@selu.edu or phone extension 5771. Pre-registration is requested for this class.
Southeastern presents Nutcracker
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