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    Author and Illustrator talk to students

    Amy Sullivan and Beverly Wines, author and illustrator of the Gutsy Girls: Strong Christian Women Who Impacted the World series, visited ACA on Friday to share with 1st-5th grade students their first book about Gladys Aylward, a key 20th century missionary to China. They shared a geography lesson with the younger students and a drawing and character development lesson with the older girls. The students were enthralled with their book and described their visit as “Awesome!”

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    Missions Month kicks off with kids serving breakfast

    The Least of These is a ministry in a church parking lot in downtown Asheville that feeds the homeless. My family and I got involved through our church, Fellowship Asheville, and have enjoyed serving breakfast to those in need. I told Miss Teodosiu about this ministry and Chip, Griffin, Canaan, and Kaylee and I, as well as Miss Teodosiu served this past Saturday morning. Matthew 25: 40 “And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.” —Written by Kristin, 5th Grade. That’s the way Missions Month kicked off at ACA.

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    ACA’s Shepherd chooses James Madison

    Jordan Shepherd, ACA’s senior basketball standout (shown with his family), will play college ball at James Madison University, he announced last week. He is averaging 20.7 points, 5.2 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game for the Lions (11-5)

    Jordan weighed over 14 Division 1 offers from Appalachian State, Boston University, Elon, Furman, Gardner-Webb, Lipscomb, Middle Tennessee State, UNC Wilmington, Western Carolina, Winthrop and others. Shepherd was the CAA 2015 player of the year and received NCISAA All-State Honors. He has scored over 1000 points in his ACA career.

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    Shepherd Commits to JMU

    ACA’s phenom guard Jordan Shepherd has verbally committed to James Madison University on Friday January 8 in front of the school’s entire student body. Shepherd has been heavily recruited the last two years when he exploded on the scene as a sophomore with loads of potential. He chose JMU over offers from Appalachian State, Boston, Charlotte, Elon, Furman, Gardner-Webb, Lipscomb, Middle Tennessee State, UNC Wilmington, Western Carolina University, Winthrop and more. Shepherd was the CAA 2015 player of the year, received NCISAA All State Honors and scored over 1000 points and climbing during his ACA campaign. Shepherd is an athletic guard capable of hitting shots, finishes above the rim, and will be a great addition to the JMU roster. He will be furthering his education as well as athletic endeavors under head coach Matt Brady. Congratulations on your commitment Jordan and Go Lions!

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    ACA’s Shepherd chooses James Madison

    Jordan Shepherd, ACA’s senior basketball standout (shown with his family), will play college ball at James Madison University, he announced last week. He is averaging 20.7 points, 5.2 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game for the Lions (11-5)

    Jordan weighed over 14 Division 1 offers from Appalachian State, Boston University, Elon, Furman, Gardner-Webb, Lipscomb, Middle Tennessee State, UNC Wilmington, Western Carolina, Winthrop and others. Shepherd was the CAA 2015 player of the year and received NCISAA All-State Honors. He has scored over 1000 points in his ACA career.

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    ACA student athlete alum Whitney Thornburg gets NCAA D-1 National Championship

    ACA alum and University of New Mexico cross country runner, Whitney Thornburg, has made ACA history by being the first NCAA D-1 student athlete from ACA to win a national championship. Thornburg, who ran for Harvard University (undergrad) is in graduate school at UNM. She was one of the key components to sealing their NCAA D1 National Championship one week ago. Whitney graduated from ACA in 2011 and was a part of the NCISAA State runner up team in the Fall of 2010. She also was the top NCISAA runner in 2011 and CAA all conference in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011. Congratulations Whitney and go Lions!