Dawson Community College Gallery 126 is pleased to announce the inaugural exhibit of its third season, entitled “. . . and deer began to dance around the fire.” The art work of M. A. Papanek-Miller is now on view from July 6 – October 9. Gallery 126 is open Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Tuesday - Thursday 6:30 – 9:00 PM. Summer hours are Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Located in room 126 computer lab next to the library. For more info and to see the 2009 – 2010 gallery schedule go to http://www.dawson.edu/
Dawson Community College has signed its eighth player for the fall volleyball season with training camp just two weeks away.
Roundup High School graduate Ashley Eslinger has committed to play for the Lady Bucs.
"I'm excited that Ashley is joining the Buccaneer program," said Coach John Marble.
"It's great to have another MT kid playing ball for us." Standing at 5'5", Eslinger will roster as an outside hitter and defensive specialist for the Bucs.
Dawson Community College’s new assistant volleyball coach says he was born to play volleyball. “I don’t know where the passion came from, it just came,” said Jesse Wesley, who started last week as an assistant to coach John Marble. “It’s just something I’ve always loved ever since I saw people playing on the beach.”
Dawson Community College volleyball has signed a new setter from France to play for the Lady Buccaneers this fall.
Myriam Lebied-Julien will be coming to DCC from Riom, France, and said she is thrilled for the chance to play volleyball, a passion of hers for eight years, abroad.
"It's a big opportunity to play and study in a college," she said.
"In France, it's difficult to reconcile both." Coach John Marble said Lebied-Julien, who stands at 5'8", will be an asset for the team.
Dawson Community College volleyball has added a setters’ specialty camp to its summer offerings.
Setters’ camp is set for July 13 and 14 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the DCC Toepke Center. Both middle school and high school age players are encouraged to participate, sharpening their skills in a setter-focused environment. “Setting camp is a great opportunity to spend time focused on setting,” said John Marble, DCC volleyball coach. Cost is $25.
Get your GED test at 4pm in the Mid-River Academic Support Center on campus. Those needing to take the test should sign up no later than July 20th.
June 27th from 9am to 3pm instructor Ms. Sue Emerson helps students go back in time as she presents “Finding Your Family Tree-A Genealogy Workshop” at Dawson Community College.
All genealogy enthusiasts are encouraged to attend this workshop. Emerson will provide participants with recourses to locate records so they can document their ancestors’ lives. Sue will make time available for specific questions regarding personal research efforts as well as offer easy and efficient ways to store family history.
Dawson Community College's second annual volleyball summer camps are starting soon. For middle school players, a spiker's specialty camp will run June 30 and July 2 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the DCC campus. Cost is $25. An all-skills camp is planned for July 13 and 14 at the Toepke Center 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days, with a one-hour lunch break at noon. Cost is $65 and includes a t-shirt.
(New York, NY) CDS International, Inc. is currently seeking a host family for the 2009-2010 Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals. The program is an on-going, reciprocal exchange for career-minded young adults, and is supported by both the American and German governments. The program finances the costs for language training and study at American colleges.
Dawson Community College baseball coach Brent Diegel is very excited to announce the signing of Tanner Newman for the upcoming 2009-2010 season. The 6 foot 1 inch, 170 pound Newman, who bats from the left side and throws right-handed, is from Bozeman, Montana. He redshirted as a freshman at Tacoma Community College last season.