Art students from Haywood County Schools gathered to display handcrafted, repurposed works of plastic, cardboard, wire, aluminum cans, plastic foam and scrap cloth during the fifth annual Recycle Your Art Out exhibit at Clyde Town Hall the evening of Friday, Dec. 6.
Haywood Community College’s board of trustees will hold a drop-in retirement reception for HCC President Dr. Barbara Parker from 4 — 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, in the lobby of the Charles M. Beall Auditorium.
For more than 50 years, Haywood Community College (HCC) has provided the community with high-quality education, as well as workforce training and lifelong learning to students from all walks of life.
The Christian Growth Center at the First United Methodist Church of Waynesville was filled wall-to-wall with fifth-graders and their parents last Thursday evening during the Kiwanis Fifth Grade Spelling Bee.
More than 1,000 high school students from several counties are expected to attend the Construction Career Day Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 15 -16, at the Haywood County Fairgrounds. The event is hosted by Land of Sky Regional Council.
Haywood Community College recently held a ribbon-cutting for the Advanced Manufacturing Incubator, a one-of-a-kind facility designed to bridge the gap between manufacturing-based ideas and implementation.