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Joe Calloway of Nashville, a 1974 graduate of APSU, will be the guest speaker for Commencement at 2 p.m., Friday, May 14, in the Dunn Center. Recently, Sales and Marketing Management magazine named Calloway, a restaurant owner, business author and branding consultant, as one of the top business speakers in the country.

The annual APSU Governors Bass Tournament raised more than $24,000 that will be used to support APSU athletics. Approximately 241 boats registered for the tournament–a new participation record.
Joe Calloway of Nashville, a 1974 graduate of APSU, will be the guest speaker for Commencement at 2 p.m., Friday, May 14, in the Dunn Center. Recently, Sales and Marketing Management magazine named Calloway, a restaurant owner, business author and branding consultant, as one of the top business speakers in the country.

The annual APSU Governors Bass Tournament raised more than $24,000 that will be used to support APSU athletics. Approximately 241 boats registered for the tournament—a new participation record.

If your department needs to make changes to departmental scholarships described online at www.apsu.edu/scholarships, telephone Sharon Silva, development officer and scholarship manager, at 7199.

Woodward Library is offering amnesty for holders of overdue library materials through Friday, May 14. Return your materials by the deadline, and your fines will be voided.

Are you an artist, musician, actor, writer, dancer or someone otherwise involved in the arts? To be included in the Arts and Heritage Development Council's Cultural Inventory Online Directory, telephone Shirley Kenney-Tomasi, executive director of the AHDC, at (931) 551-8870 or e-mail artsandheritage@charter.net. The deadline is Saturday, May 15.

The Child Learning Center offers a summer school-age program for kids ages 5-12 during Summer I and II. Summer I runs June 1-July 1 and costs $437. Summer II is July 5-Aug. 6 and costs $480. Space is limited, but parents can fill out a waiting list application at http://www.apsu.edu/clc. For more information, telephone 6234.

According to Campus Post Office Manager Tammy Nolle, the new Lewis and Clark bicentennial stamp will be on sale Monday, May 17.