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Talent show at Hinesville campus
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SAVANNAH — In honor of Black History Month, Savannah Technical College’s Liberty campus will have a talent show at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, and at noon Thursday, Feb. 25. Both shows will be at the student center on campus.
The Feb. 17 show will consist of performances by evening students and the Feb. 25 show will feature day students. Participants will sing, dance, rap, read poetry, share art and play instruments.  
At 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, students will have an entrepreneurial extravaganza featuring an independently judged competition to find the best new business idea. Campus Dean for Student Affairs Terrie O. Sellers said, “ Many African Americans succeeded through the spirit of entrepreneurship. In recognition of that motivation, we will challenge our students to individually or in groups create a business idea that is new and/or different than any other business that exists. They are to create the basic concept of the business, provide a written synopsis of the business idea and present the idea to a panel of area businessman and women.”
The winners will receive prizes and all participates will receive certificates of participation. The extravaganza will be in the conference room on campus. The panel of judges will be announced at a later date.
Savannah Technical College’s Liberty campus is on Airport Road in Hinesville.
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