You are invited to attend the Regional Mental Health Summit, hosted in Glendive Montana at Dawson Community College. As communities in Eastern Montana expand, so does the need for collaboration and networking. Please join your local health department as they engage in discussion regarding asset mapping, identifying gaps within the region, and develop a plan to meet these needs.
Dawson Community College art students with a passion for art will exhibit their artwork during the month of March at The Gallery in downtown Glendive Montana. In addition, Jane Hart of Billings will have her popular rustic welded metal sculpture on display.
Please join us for the artists reception on Sunday, March 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come meet the artists, enjoy the artwork, conversation, and refreshments. We hope that you will come and support the arts, as well as Dawson Community College’s budding artists.
This March students as well as interested law enforcement professionals can take advantage of two weekend courses, Basic Drug Investigation and Basic Drug Surveillance. Offered through the Criminal Justice Law Enforcement program at Dawson Community College individuals are required to complete Basic Drug Investigation in order to take the second offering - Basic Drug Surveillance.
“Nest”, a mezzotint by Serbian printmaker Snezana Petrovic is one of the works included in the “International Mezzotint Exchange Exhibition” installed in Dawson Community College Gallery 126 from March 25 through May 9. Twenty-four mezzotint images, created by twenty-four artists from ten countries, are included in the exhibition.
Dawson Christian Fellowship is hosting a creation-evolution debate on Feb. 24 in the Ullman Center. They have set up special debate between Mr. Darrin Clinton of the Creation Museum and Dr. Michael Booker to hear and see the difference between these two points of view.
Where: Ullman Center Auditorium
Time: 2 - 3:30
Screen printing demystified. Visiting artist Linda Olson explains screen printing techniques to a full class during the February 9 workshop. Each participant had the opportunity to experience the complete printing process from stretching the screen, to applying, fixing, and printing multiples their original designs on both fabric and paper.
Dawson Community College Head Coach Jim LeProwse is pleased to announce that Kenady Hall has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her education and softball careers at DCC.
Tax season is almost here, and once again this year there's an opportunity for the Glendive Community and DCC students to get free help filling out all the forms.
Sponsored by AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, the nation’s largest free tax assistance and preparation program, taxpayers can receive help with basic federal and state income tax returns.
To schedule an appointment for AARP Tax Aide Assistance contact at the Sagebrush Senior Center, 604 E Grant Ave, in Glendive (406) 377-3791.
The Buccaneer Women's Softball Team is having a fundraiser. They will be selling DCC softball shirts that read "Second Base Matters" with the DCC Buc logo on bottom. The t-shirts are white with pink and black writing.
Cost is $20.00.
If you are interested email Lynette with your size by Monday February 4th.