A TASTE OF DAWSON 2010
The Opus Society proudly presents A Taste of Dawson, August 28th from 9 AM - 3 PM, on the Dawson Community College campus in Glendive, MT. Each year over 250 new student residents are welcomed into the community with live music, businesses, food, student groups, culture, and of course the community!
Dianna Houle played fast-pitch softball for the Lady Bucs from 2005-2007.
She is currently playing for the Silver MTN Thunder, a women's fast-pitch league in Calgary.
Her team is one of eight competing in the 2010 Senior Women's Canadian Fast-pitch Championship tournament to be held at Peter Hallman Ball Yard Kitchener, Ontario August 11 - 15.
Rm 126 HOURS: 8 am - 4 pm, Mon-Fri,
Evenings 6:30 - 9 pm, Tue Wed Thu
SUMMER HOURS: 8 am - 4 pm, Mon-Fri
Dawson Community College students will be looking for apartments and houses to rent off campus this fall. DCC’s population is growing and even with the remodel of Kettner, Gibson, and Brueberg Halls to increase their capacity there will still be a need for additional off campus student housing.
The college will be compiling a list of interested landlords as a resource for students returning to college this fall. The list is free, an easy way to support the college and advertise your property to both in and out of town students and their parents.
The Dawson College Foundation is pleased to announce the endowment of the James D. Schultz Memorial Endowed Scholarship fund. The scholarship was established by family and friends in memory of James (Jim) Schultz to provide financial assistance to Dawson Community College students pursuing a secondary school teaching career, preferably in English or a related field.
The Dawson Community College women's volleyball team has received the 2010 American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award, it was announced recently.
"This list recognizes those student athletes that have succeeded in the classroom" said DCC's Lady Bucs Coach John Marble. "Only a small percentage of students achieve this academic excellence". DCC had a team GPA of 3.54. The AVCA award follows their NJCAA honor as national runner up for Academic team of the year out of 300 plus schools.
Dawson Community College Buccaneers baseball coach Brent Diegel is pleased to announce that Austin Sheppick has signed a national letter of intent for the upcoming 2010-2011 season. From West Jordan, Utah, Sheppick stands 6-5 and weighs in at 185 pounds. This season, Sheppick pitched and played first base for the Grizzlies of Copper Hills High School. The lefty batted .381 and posted an OBP of .465, logging 7 extra base hits, scoring nine times and driving in 10 runs in just 42 at bats.
The Strategic Planning Work Group at Dawson Community College would like to extend a sincere thank you to residents in the Glendive area who participated in the college’s recent SWOT analysis. More than 160 local and area residents from a dozen stakeholder groups provided insight on their perception of DCC’s current strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. In conjunction with the data ascertained through other internal and external analyses, SWOT feedback is being used by the work group to determine the college’s strategic issues, priorities, goals and
Dawson Community College Athletic Director Joyce Ayre is excited to announce the college’s hiring of Butte’s Jim LeProwse as the new fast pitch softball coach. LeProwse brings with him more than 15 years of coaching experience in softball, baseball, football and track. Most notably, he has spent the last three years developing, building and coaching the Montana Tech fast pitch program, a club team that has successfully competed against club and intercollegiate teams across the region. “Along with his enthusiasm and love for the game, Jim’s fam