July 17, 2006

*  Blue Monday, tonight, Paragould

*  Museum exhibit: Color Play opens tomorrow

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Disaster Life Support Training offered on campus
The Department of Nursing is sponsoring a two-day basic disaster life support (BDLS) training class from noon until 4 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, July 24 and 25. The BLDL class is a review of all hazards, including natural and accidental man-made events. Students will receive 7.5 hours of continuing medical education and healthcare professionals will receive 7.5 hours of continuing education. Community and civic leaders, educators, health professionals, law enforcement, students or anyone interested in basic disaster life support are highly recommended to take the class. The cost is $75, which includes the book. ASU students will receive a discounted rate of $65 (with a valid student ID). For registration information or for more details, please contact the Nursing Department at 972-3074 or see the NewsPage.

Early Childhood Education Conference: Aug. 7-9
The Department of Childhood Services will host the 36th annual Early Childhood Education Conference Monday through Wednesday, Aug. 7-9. The conference is for infant, toddler, preschool or school-age child care staff or administrators, ABC staff, Head Start staff, public school early childhood program staff, family child care providers, and special needs early childhood program staff. The conference includes three featured speakers: Jim Greenman, Nancy P. Alexander, and Stephen Fite. The conference is sponsored by the Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services, a division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education. The registration fee for all three days of the conference is $125. For more details, call 870-972-3055 or 888-429-1585 or visit the web site, http://chs.astate.edu or see the NewsPage.

Blue Monday this evening in Paragould
KASU presents Olga tonight at 7 p.m. for Blue Monday-Paragould at Brittny’s Steakhouse, downtown. Hailing from San Francisco of Austrian parentage, Olga is among the vanguard of new blues artists combining innovation with a deep sense of roots. Olga received classical training in voice, piano, and violin at a young age with her friend's guitar and the help of Jimi Hendrix. Soon thereafter, blues kidnapped her mind and soul. Olga now calls Memphis and New Orleans her homes. Admission to the Blue Monday-Paragould concert featuring Olga is free thanks to sponsors Bank of Paragould, Child Art Studio, Joe Holifield – Attorney at Law and KASU, but seating is limited.
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