As they have for decades, the Greatest Generation and Baby Boomers now approaching traditional retirement age want to define life after 50 on their own terms. They want to stay active and involved and many want to continue to work. The Plus 50 program is designed to do exactly that. It can bring new meaning to your retirement and it might even change your life.
Dawson Community College Buccaneers baseball coach Brent Diegel is pleased to announce that Ethan Jones has signed a national letter of intent for the upcoming 2011-2012 season. From Brigham City, Utah Jones stands 5-11 and weighs in at 180 pounds. This season, Jones played catcher for the Box Elder High School, Bees. The right hander batted .370, posted 25 RBI's, had 11 home runs in summer ball, and was a member of the 1st Team All-Region. According to Coach Diegel, “Ethan comes from a strong baseball program.
Dawson Community College is pleased to have the artwork of one of its favorite artists, Michael Meissner, on exhibit for the third time. Please come by the Ullman Center to enjoy his latest imaginative surreal images during regular building hours, Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Michael has family roots in eastern Montana that reach back five generations. He was raised in both eastern and western Montana. He currently makes his home in Glendive, Montana, along the Yellowstone river and adjacent to the spectacular and rugged Montana badlands of Makoshika State Park.
The 2010-2011 Mon-Dak All-Conference basketball teams have been announced with several Dawson Community College men and women making the team. For the women, Emily O'Callaghan was selected to the first team, and Casey Grace was selected as a second team all-conference player. On the men's team, Andy Hopson was voted as second team all-conference with Mario Bury earning an honorable mention spot. Congratulations to all Buccaneer players on a great regular season as they head into Region IX tournament play.
As many of you know, there are numerous students at Dawson Community College who are bursting with artistic potential. Well, now you have the opportunity to see some of their artwork. The DCC Art Club’s members as well as other students with a passion for the arts are contributing some of their work to a show at The DCAU Gallery downtown Glendive.
Dawson Community College Volleyball Coach, John Marble, will host Spring Buccaneer volleyball tryouts Monday March 7th at 2pm in Toepke Center, DCC's newest campus facility. He encourages all high school juniors and seniors to "get in on the fun" and attend this local tryout.
On Sunday February 20th, the last home game of the year against the Bottineau Lumberjacks took place. Both DCC basketball teams had beaten the Jacks away but hadn't seen them sense the start of the year.
The women's basketball teams played first and it was a battle right from the beginning. The Lady Bucs trailed most of the game but in the last 8 minutes of the second half the teams were tied. There was 30 seconds left in the game and the score was tied with the Buccaneers having the ball.
DCC basketball teams met their rivals, the Pioneers, for one last opportunity to play this season. The women's game started off tight. Two points for the Lady Bucs were counteracted with two points by the Pioneers.
TJ Casey will appear LIVE at Toepke Center in the Dawson Community College Auditorium February 26th at 7pm. “TJ is a high energy entertainer and has a complete repertoire of cowboy humor, songs and poems” said Deb Sustrich of the Sagebrush Cowboyography Association in Sheridan Wyoming. “He engages the audience with his performance and keeps them highly entertained. He is an excellent guitar player and singer and aside from being enjoyable to listen to he is fun to watch”.
Dawson Community College Theater Department will present the hilariously funny play entitled: The Foreigner written by Larry Shue and directed by Ron Conrad. This play is a sentimental, often hilarious farce, full of loopy jokes with a gentle lesson about tolerance and friendship slipped in unobtrusively.
First produced at the Milwaukee (Wisconsin) Repertory Theatre in January of 1983 it eventually won two Obie Awards and two Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Best New American Play and Best Off-Broadway Production.