Trainer: David de Fer
The Opus Society is proud to host Brunch with the Bucs Saturday, February 5 from 10 am to 5pm in the Toepke Center. Fans, family, and alumni are invited join in the pre-game festivities, meet current athletes, coaches, and musicians, and kick off game day as the Bucs take on Lake Region State College.
**Music alumni will join current students in singing the national anthem and play in the pep band for the game. Catch the buccaneer spirit and kick off game day in true DCC style.
Dawson Community College Board of Trustees are community leaders who desire to provide students with the academic skills needed to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, to enhance skills to be competitive in the rapidly changing job market, and to offer opportunities for continuing education, personal growth and enrichment. As a team, they are fully engaged in providing a future that offers increased higher education opportunities for Dawson County residents.
The Trustees are responsible for:
As always, everyone is welcome to come enjoy the artwork, conversation, and refreshments. Eastern Montana horse lovers and rodeo fans will especially enjoy Trish’s oil and pastel paintings of ranch country. The reception will be held in Dawson Community College Gallery 126 located next to the library from 5-8pm on January 28th.
Dawson Community College Gallery 126 is pleased to present the paintings of Trish Stevenson. Eastern Montana horse lovers and rodeo fans will especially enjoy her images of ranch country. Trish's exhibit Through the Dust - Colors of the West will be open to the public Monday, January 10th through Friday, February 25th. On Friday, January 28th from 5 to 8 pm there will be an Artist Reception for Trish. As always, everyone is welcome to come enjoy the artwork, conversation, and refreshments.
The Nurse Assistant Training is geared to provide the participant with the skills to be able to perform satisfactorily as an entry level nursing assistant primarily in a long term care facility. The method for reaching that goal combines both a strong technical and theoretical background as well as an opportunity for experience in a supervised clinical environment. Successful completion of the training will satisfy requirements for Medicaid Certification. (Limited Enrollment.)
Course Location: Glendive Medical Center & Extended Care Facility, 202 Prospect.
Northwest Farm Credit Services announced that its Rural Community Grant Program is funding $1500 to the Dawson College Foundation in support of the Dawson Community College Walking Track Resurfacing Project. Gill Gasper, Credit Officer for Northwest Farm Credit Services in Sidney, presented the check to Joyce Ayre, Dawson Community College Athletic Director. Northwest Farm Credit Services is committed to improving the economic and social well-being of rural communities throughout the Northwest. The walking track project will provide a cushioned surface to prevent injuries
During the artists reception Wednesday, December 8th 11 awards were given out by Gretchen Bederman, head of the Visual Arts Department at DCC. Judges for the Fall competition were Shane Bishop, Marilyn Dutton, and Jordan Kirschenmann.
Rebecca Forest of Beach North Dakota proved to be a favorite winning not only the People's Choice award but also the DCC Student Datebook Cover (a yearly high quality 4-color publication for students) and Best of Painting.
Below is a list of all the winners and their prizes:
Stockman Bank is proud to contribute $5,000 to the Dawson College Foundation for a new walking track surface at Dawson Community College. The cushioned surface for the walking track is to be completed in the spring of 2011. Campus fitness facilities, which include the walking track, are available for community use in the newly constructed Toepke Center at Dawson Community College. The 4100 square foot walking track on the mezzanine is free and open to the public seven days a week.
Dawson Community College Phi Theta Kappa members Donald Bauman, Alissa O'Dea, and Charles Jones wait to receive gifts for children outside the DCC Cafe last Wednesday. So far, the 18 honor society members have collected 63 toys and $93 to give to Toys for Tots. They have a good start and expect more as their Friday deadline approaches.