A Dawson Community College Volleyball player is transferring to a four-year program.
Freshman Ariel Johnson was recruited by Coach Katie Howells from the University of Montana Western in Dillon.
She said she will begin school in Dillon after Christmas.
"I feel like it's kind of a step up going to a four-year program," she said.
Johnson, a Kalispell native, said she looks forward to being closer to her home town with the move.
Also, she said, she looks forward to playing for a bigger school.
Dawson Community College 2009 Fall Juried Student Art Show
College Goal Sunday is for all families who want assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). January 31st 2010 Dawson Community College volunteers will be available from 1-4pm in the Computer Lab, Room 147, to assist with the online FAFSA application.
Tonight, the audience at the Montana State University Billings Symphonic Band concert will hear a piece that hasn’t been performed in more than 70 years.
DCC Basketball is headed back to the ‘70s with the first of several themed games for the season! Polyester leisure suits, bell bottom pants and platform shoes will be back in fashion as DCC hosts the United Tribes Technical College in Mon-Dak basketball action on Saturday the 12th of December.
On Nov. 20 and 21 many former women’s basketball players returned to Dawson Community College to challenge the current team. This year’s team took it to the alumni, the Coca-Cola All-Stars, winning both games, 92-37 and 75-51.
December 13th at 4 pm Santa’s sister, Kathy Claus (a.k.a. Kathleen Fritsch) will arrive at the Dawson Community College Student Center for the annual reading of her most beloved Christmas stories. There will be a variety of stories including some of your holiday favorites.
The college faculty, staff and students wish to invite young children to participate in this pre holiday celebration. Come and enjoy the festive decorations, a kid craft workshop and Christmas treats that are always a part of this event.
After losing their opener at the Mon-Dak preseason tournament in Williston, the Dawson Community College men’s basketball team finished the tourney with two wins. On Friday, the Bucs defeated Dakota State by the final of 86 to 73. Saturday DCC knocked off Bismarck State College 68 to 66.
Against Dakota State the Buccaneers opened up a 48-37 halftime lead on their way to the 13-point win.
Dawson Community College Music Department will present its eighteenth annual production of the Madrigal Dinner on December 4 and 5 at the Toepke Center on the DCC campus. The castle doors will open each evening at 5:30, with feasting and festivities commencing at 6 pm.
The Buccaneer women lost Friday and Saturday at the Mon-Dak tournament in Williston. Friday the Dawson Community College women dropped an 81-57 decision to North Dakota State College of Science. The Buccaneers fell to Dakota College at Bottineau Saturday by the final score of 64-53. DCC finished the tourney 0-3.