September 2009
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Amy Ford
Jill Frye
East Central University
Communications and Marketing
580-559-5650 405-812-1428 (cell)

 

 

Ready to take off for the Wild Blue Yonder in "ECU, A Year in the Life: Celebrating 100," are members of Collage, East Central University's dance ensemble. Phoebe Price of Ardmore (from left), Bailey Stufflebean of Pauls Valley, Semetria Mangon of Mount Pleasant, Texas, and Jade McKenzie and Kelsey Creed, both of Ada, represent the 300 air cadets who trained on the campus during World War II. Seating is limited for the Centennial show about ECU's history. Free tickets can be reserved by calling 580-559-5664. Show times are 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday [SEPT. 25-26] in the Ataloa Theatre in the new Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center.

 

 

 

Mark Wallinger (left) of Choctaw and Pamela Filipelli of Paoli are congratulated by entrepreneur and former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Fran Tarkenton for being one of the teams that shared the 2009 Student Business Plan Competition Award in East Central University's School of Business. Wallinger, Filipelli and fellow student Tyrell Low of Ada, as the ECS Conservation and Consulting Services team, shared the award with the Green Tomorrow team of Michael Vassella of Altus and Kaisa Olsen, Daniel Stettler and Steve Wright, all of Ada. Each team won $900. Tarkenton spoke at ECU's annual Leonard Limes Endowed Lecture in Entrepreneurship.

 

 

Michael Vassella of Altus (from left) and Kaisa Olson and Daniel Stettler, both of Ada, are congratulated by entrepreneur and former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Fran Tarkenton for being one of the teams that shared the 2009 Student Business Plan Competition Award in East Central University's School of Business. Vassella, Olsen, Stettler and fellow student Steve Wright of Ada, as the Green Tomorrow team, shared the award with the ECS Conservation and Consulting Services team of Mark Wallinger of Choctaw, Pamela Filipelli of Paoli and Tyrell Low of Ada. Each team won $900. Tarkenton spoke at ECU's annual Leonard Limes Endowed Lecture in Entrepreneurship.

 

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