Meridian Star


May 26, 2013

Book signing for Vickers’ ‘History of EC’ set June 2

MERIDIAN —     A history of East Central Community College as compiled by retired English instructor Ovid Vickers will be available to the public during a special program and autograph session scheduled June 2, from 2 p.m.-4 p.m., on the Decatur campus.

    Activities will be held in the Vickers Fine Arts Center, which was named in honor of the longtime faculty member who retired in May 1995 following 40-plus years of service.

    Copies of “The East Central I Knew: A History of East Central Community College” will be available for purchase at $24.95 plus tax following the brief program. Net proceeds are designated for the ECCC Foundation.

    A reception also follows the program.

    For more information, contact Dr. Stacey Hollingsworth, executive director for Foundation and Alumni Relations, (601) 635-6327 or call toll free, (877) 462-3222, ext. 327. Her email address is

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