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"It is important for the police department and Pfeiffer's student staff to establish proper procedures at the beginning of each year to allow us to operate more efficiently when school is in session," said Misenheimer Police Chief Tracey Wyrick.

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Dressed in their ceremonial regalia, Pfeiffer graduates were supported by hundreds of family members and friends who attended the ceremonies. One-by-one graduates received their well-deserved diplomas representing more than 15 academic disciplines and a handshake from Pfeiffer President Dr. Chuck Ambrose, who delivered the keynote address.

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Dressed in their ceremonial regalia, Pfeiffer graduates will be looked upon by hundreds of family members and friends. One-by-one graduates will step onto the stage to receive their well-deserved diplomas representing more than 15 academic disciplines and a handshake from Pfeiffer President Dr. Chuck Ambrose, who will render the graduation message.

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Howard attended the annual conference as an at-large delegate from the Winston-Salem district. He was one of only 13 lay delegates elected and will join with 13 clergy delegates and the 12 other lay delegates to represent Methodists of Western North Carolina at General Conference, April 23-May 2, 2008 in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Dobbs comes to Pfeiffer from Peru State College in Nebraska, where he served as head coach for both the women's basketball and women's golf teams.  

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Some of the counselors traveled from as far as New Jersey, but they were all smiles as they filed out of a large charter bus. The bus tour is coordinated by NCICU and allows counselors to visit the campuses of 13 independent institutions in just five days.

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Now, as Olive leaves Pfeiffer to sit at the helm of Bluefield College, his legacy of servant leadership will continue and his desire to live by Methodism pioneer John Wesley's ideology to "Do all the good you can..." will live on with a student scholarship created in his name.

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When thinking of a senior class project, Braxton knew he wanted to do something that had a tremendous impact on the community and the environment. As a future biologist, 'being green' is not just a trendy notion for him. Conservation is a way of life for him and his parents, Fred and Marilyn Kinsey, of Albemarle.

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