Jessica Willick, from Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan has recently signed her letter of intent to participate on the DCC Rodeo Team for the 2013-2014 season.
Coach Diegel is happy to announce a new member of the DCC Rodeo team, Emily Peabody who is from Ekalaka, MT. Peabody works the breakaway roping and the goat tying events. She has earned several rodeo honors throughout her high school rodeo career. During the 2012-2013 season, she was the MHSRA District 2 Goat Tying Event Director. In 2013, she was the MHSRA Breakaway Roping Reserve Champion at the Hardin rodeo and the Goat Tying Reserve Champion at the Jordan rodeo. Peabody was the 2011-2012 MT FCCLA District 5 Secretary and Treasurer. Sh
Meg Mulvena has found a new home with the Dawson Community College Rodeo program for 2013-14. Daughter of Shawn & Sally Mulvena of Rockglen, Saskatchewan, Meg excels at Goat Tying, Breakaway Roping, Barrel Racing, and Team Roping.
"Meg is a decorated cowgirl who exemplifies what it truly means to be a champion." said DCC rodeo coach Kortney Diegel.
Photographs taken by talented photographers were on display in the Main Building Hallway Gallery at DCC from April 15 through May 6.
This years Jurors included President Jane Baker, Dean Joyce Ayre, and Extended Learning Director MaryAnn Vester. They chose winners for seven categories.
Gretchen Bederman, Art Instructor at Dawson Community College is proud to announce the winners of the Annual 2013 Spring Juried Student Art Show. The artwork was on display in the Main Hallway Gallery through May 6.
Jurors for the Spring show were DCC staff members Deb Vogel, Virginia Boysun and Laura Quale. The show encompassed artwork in many mediums and required careful review by the judges.
Dawson Community College
2013 Annual Spring Juried Student Art Show
Dawson Community College in Glendive Montana will host the 2013 Eastern Montana Energy EXPO May 15 and 16 from 9-4 p.m. both days. More than 125 exhibitors and 500 attendees have registered to date. Attendance is free but registration is requested by the Glendive Chamber. Attendee Registration Form
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Buccaneer women's coach Tracey Clingingsmith announced the signing of Kanani Birdinground of Hardin Montana, to a letter of intent for the 2013-14 academic year.
Birdinground has been an aggressive, 5'11, forward for the Hardin High School Bulldogs. She was averaging 14.1 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 assists per game. "Kanani is an incredibly athletic and naturally gifted player. Coach Clingingsmith said. "We are very excited to have her at Dawson and look forward to seeing her play at the next level."
Dawson Athletics and women's basketball coach Tracey Clingingsmith are happy to announce a new member to the Buccaneer team. Ashtyn Aumueller has become one of the newest members of the Dawson Community College Women's Basketball program for the 2013 season.
A soon-to-be Columbus High School grad, Aumueller stands 5'11 and played forward for the Cougars averaging 9 points and 6 rebounds per game during her senior year in the Central A Conference.
The Dawson women's basketball program and head coach Tracey Clingingsmith announced the signing of Kaylyn Delaney this week. She is a 6-foot forward for Grass Range High School in Montana and daughter to Troy and Gina Delaney of Grass Range.
Delaney was awarded All State Honors in both her Junior and Senior years as well as First Team All Conference both years. She helped lead her team to the State Championship game this season where they took second by just six points.
The softball game played in Columbus, NE, Monday May 6, resulted in a win and a first-time REGION IX CHAMPIONSHIP for the Dawson Community College Lady Buccaneers.
Athletic Director, Joyce Ayre, announced an enthusiastic "Congratulations!" today to the Lady Buc student-athletes, coach Jim LeProwse and assistant coach Kim Crone.
The Buccaneers went 3-0 in the tournament and defeated Central Columbus Community College 4-3 in the championship game.