During this two part workshop series offered this month at Dawson Community College, Debbie Sevier will provide instruction customized to student needs. She will start with topics like 100 commonly used words, questions, verbs, people, colors, numbers, and easy phrases.
Add some extra color to your home or garden, join instructor Mike Hunter as he presents the workshop Stained Glass—Make it in a Day on Saturday June 25 from 8-5 p.m. Students will spend the day creating an awesome one-of-a-kind stained glass light catcher. This highly addictive glass crafting class is only offered in the summer at DCC. Hunter will guide students in the preparation of stained glass designs and the processes of cutting glass, copper foiling, leading, and soldering. All you have to do is show up and have fun!
Montana Campus Compact (MTCC) will award a $639,583 grant to support its well-liked, statewide Campus Corps program that benefits more than 800 college students across the state.
The Dawson Community College Rodeo team will finish their season with the college national finals rodeo June 12-18 in Casper, Wyoming. In each event, the top three individuals from the region advance to the finals. Although DCC had several individuals in the top ten, only Jodi Gilson placed in the top three to advance on to the finals. Jody is a sophomore competing in the the barrel racing from Quesnel, BC, Canada. Congratulations to the DCC team for a great year and good luck to Jody.
The 2011 Mon-Dak all-conference softball team has recently been announced with several members of the DCC team being on the list. They include Lauren Binkoski, Nicole Miller, and Jordyn Aberle. Congratulations to the girls as they finished second place in the Mon-Dak with a 5-2 record.
The Dawson Community College Annual 2011 Spring Juried Student Art Show Reception and Awards Presentation, was held on Wednesday, April 27th. Gretchen Bederman, of the Visual Arts Department, announced the Art Scholarship winners for 2011-2012, handed out The People's Choice Award and eleven prizes chosen by this year's judges Helen Beres, President of Dawson County Arts Unlimited - The Gallery, and Bridger Bronze sculptor Pamela Harr.
Head softball coach Jim LeProwse recently announced that sophomores Jenni Pehler and Allison Roper have signed letters of intent to play softball for Jamestown College. Jamestown, a four year NAIA college, competes in the Dakota Athletic Conference.
Registration is under way at Dawson Community College for Basketball Skills Camps and Volleyball Camps to be held on campus in Toepke Center.
The camps for boys and girls have an excellent staff and an affordable price. Coaches from the Dawson Community College Athletic programs as well as DCC players from the Buccaneer teams will instruct the participants.