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Kettering College of Medical Arts (KCMA) in Kettering, Ohio, celebrated the opening of the Staten Family Learning Laboratories in the Boonshoft Center for Medical Sciences.
“We love Pennsylvania, and we carry in our heart God’s work here,” said Pennsylvania Conference president Ray Hartwell warmly. “We’re committed to move God’s last day message forward.”
Though their numbers may be small, those attending Pennsylvania Conference’s Fairview Village (Pa.) church have big hearts.
With a total of 899 students enrolled for the fall semester, Kettering College of Medical Arts has posted its highest opening enrollment in the 42-year history of the school.
The close of the Washington Adventist University’s Acro-Airs’ elite season traditionally includes an end-of-year tour.
Members of the Hamlet church in Amelia, Ohio, recently joined in and helped Walt and Virginia Weber and Frederick and Beverley Phipps celebrate their 50th anniversaries
Award of Excellence is the highest award that the North American Division (NAD) Office of Education can bestow on an educator.
The soup kitchen at Allegheny East Conference’s First church in Washington, D.C., recently won a grant from the “Extreme Makeover” television show.
At approximately 6 p.m. on June 26, a severe thunderstorm passed through Pine Forge, Pa., where Allegheny East Conference Camp Meeting had just convened for 10 days.
Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH) and Columbia Union College (CUC), both based in Takoma Park, Md., received the Business/Education Partnership Award from the Greater Silver Spring Chamber of Commerce for their contributions to quality healthcare and the education of future medical professionals.