Livingstone College Concert Choir . . .

More pictures of the Livingstone College Concert Choir Black History Month Performance

Livingstone College Concert Choir

Livingstone College Concert Choir

Livingstone College Concert Choir

Livingstone College W-S Alumni Chapter


Livingstone College Concert Choir Event . . . Images

Here are a few pictures before, during and after the concert on Sunday, February 16th. More pictures to come including a group photo of all Livingstonians in attendance.


Rev. Ruff gives closing remarks


Rhon Hammond, Dr. Vickers & Mertice Williams prior to the concert


Tuning up before the concert


Jackie Astrop & Mel Bennett serve cake after the concert


Dr. Oglesby and his fan club







Jackie Astrop Recognized in High Point Safety Newsletter . . .

Featured Coordinator: Jackie Astrop

Featured Coordinator:
Jackie Astrop

Jackie is the Treasury Services Manager and has been a dedicated City employee for 40 years. She has been a safety coordinator for 6 years and also serves on the Safety Policies and Procedures Committee. Jackie says, “Being a Safety Coordinator has been a learning experience for me that has not only benefited my department, but has benefited me on safety issues in my own home. The information gathered is very useful and I get to network with a great group of employees.”

Her advice to other coordinator’s is to “continue to share information, so that we can all be more informed and proactive as coordinators. She adds, “I have enjoyed being a part of the Safety Coordinators for the City and also working on the Policy committee. I have found there is still a lot to learn about safety that we sometimes take for granted.”

In her spare time, Jackie enjoys traveling, reading and spend-ing time with her daughter Deve’ and three year old grandson Caleb.

White House Initiative Names HBCU ‘All-Stars’ . . .


The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (WHIHBCU) today announced its first class of HBCU All-Stars, recognizing 75 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students for their accomplishments in academics, leadership, and civic engagement.   Currently enrolled at 62 HBCUs, the All-Stars were selected from 445 students who submitted completed applications that included a transcript, resume, essay, and recommendation.

Congratulations to Livingstone College student, LaTrice Clayburn from the District of Columbia.