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  • Three of Bethel University's accomplished alumni told about their life journey after Bethel and about their time at Bethel during a panel discussion held Thursday during two separate discussion times. Jim Smith, who works with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Freelance food writer Carol Penn-Romine and Captain Shelia Robertson who serves as Special Assistant to the Navy Surgeon General for pastoral care.
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  • Bethel University is pleased to announce that the Maraca2 Percussion Duo will perform on Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m.
  • The Bethel University Bookstore will officially open its doors in its new location in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment this Thursday, Oct. 6.
  • Henry County Medical Center and Bethel University held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Diagnostic Center and a Bethel University Paris Campus on Thursday, Sept. 29 in Paris.
  • Four of Bethel University’s most notable alumni will be on the school’s McKenzie campus on Thursday, Oct. 6 for a panel discussion of their careers and Bethel’s influence on those careers.
  • Close to 150 of Bethel’s Renaissance performing arts students gathered to hear entertainer Gary Morris conduct a MasterClass at the school’s McKenzie campus on Friday, Sept. 23.
  • Ceremonies were held September 22 at the Vera Lowe Center of Bethel University to recognize the official formation of the Kiwanis Circle K at the school. Around 25 students were inducted during the ceremony.
  • The Bethel University Department of Music held the first of a number of Recital Hours for the fall 2011 semester Friday, Sept. 23 at noon in the Oasis of the Marrs-Stockton Music Building.
  • Bethel University and Henry County Medical Center are excited to announce the date for a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Diagnostic Center and a Bethel University Paris, Tenn., campus.   On Thursday, September 29, 2011 at 4 p.m. at the south end of the proposed Diagnostic Center and Bethel University in Paris, various dignitaries will gather at the former Pet Milk Company location to break ground.   Guest speakers will include Sam Tharpe, City of Paris Mayor; Brent Greer, Henry County Mayor; Tom Gee, Administrator of Henry County Medical Center; Dr. Robert Prosser, President of Bethel University, Steve Prosser, Vice President for University Administration and Larry Crawford, Henry County Alliance.   A performance by Renaissance and a small reception will end the ceremony.   “HCMC is excited about the expansion of our imaging services to better serve the outpatient needs of our community.  We think the partnership with Bethel will also expand the educational opportunities for health professionals in our region” says Tom Gee.   “We’re excited as well about Bethel’s future facility with Henry County Medical Center,” said Steve Prosser. “This endeavor will allow us to expand healthcare offerings. There are so many possibilities not to mention that the building will also provide spillover classroom space for our Success program.” The facility, approximately 20 miles from Bethel's main McKenzie campus, will become one of a number of Tennessee satellite campuses for the school.    Located in Paris, TN, Henry County Medical Center is a progressive, integrated healthcare organization committed to serving the healthcare needs of Henry County and the adjoining region. Including a 142-bed hospital and other facilities, the medical center provides a variety of outpatient services, as well as inpatient care. Henry County Medical Center is a county-owned and operated nonprofit institution. For more information: www.hcmc-tn.org.  

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