West Shore Celebrates the U.S. Constitution Today

In celebration of the anniversary of the signing of the US Constitution West Shore Community College has organized a variety of activities today to commemorate the vote taken on Sept 17, 1787, by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention to approve the adoption of the United States Constitution.

The Student Senate is sponsoring Constitution Day Trivia contest to be staged in the atrium of the Schooner Campus center from 12-2 pm There Will be prizes for those who from a team.

Faculty members are being encouraged to read and discuss selections from the Constitution with their classes and have been provided a list of video and curricular resources to stimulate discussion.

We can appreciate our freedom and respect our system of government by learning more about its importance on this special day.

You can also get free pocket copies of the constitution at the college's Beans and Bread Cafe, library, and bookstore.


Chalkboard at Harvest Festival Wants Community Feedback

During the Scottville Harvest Festival the Scottville Downtown Development Association wants to hear from you the community member, or the visitor. A 4 x 8 chalkboard will allow community members and visitors to Scottville to let them know what you love about Scottville but also, suggestions to improve Scottville.

The chalkboard (which is mobile due to wheels) and chalk will be available during the Ox Roast Thursday and near the carnival in Scottville’s Pocket Park area on both Friday and Saturday.

The comments left during the Harvest Festival will become a focus point for the upcoming community meeting; this from city manager Amy Williams.

Scottville DDA's alternative idea is an effort to involve the community as they begin their rebranding process. 

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