Area vocalists are gearing up for the third year of eastern Montana’s very own, Dawson Idol, to be held April 9 on the Dawson Community College campus. Presented by the DCC Music Department and Opus Society, contestants will compete to advance to the second round of judging April 23 and a hopeful title through audience and judge voting.
Brent Diegel, Head Coach of the Dawson Community College baseball program, has announced the signing of Braxton Davis, a right handed 1B/OF from Clinton, Utah. Davis is 6-2 and weighs 220 pounds. As a senior in 2008 at Northridge High School, Davis batted .440 with 10 homeruns and 29 RBIs. His outstanding play earned him an opportunity to play at Clarendon College in Texas, an NJCAA Division 1 program. During his 2009 freshman season at Clarendon, Braxton batted .320, hit 8 homeruns and drove in 41 runs.
The 11th Annual Shaping the Future Conference will be held April 9-10, 2010 at Dawson Community College. The workshop is sponsored by the Early Childhood Education Department at DCC, the Glendive Public Schools, DEAP Resource and Referral and Prairie View Special Services. The public is invited to attend and can call Brenda Stockert at 377-9463 or email [email protected] for more information.
The 69th Commencement exercises will be held May 13, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at Toepke Center on the Dawson Community College Campus. Dr. Jim Cargill, President of Dawson Community College, the Board of Trustees, faculty, staff and the Class of 2010 are proud to announce Jim Squires, long time proponent of higher education in Eastern Montana, as the keynote speaker for the 2010 exercises.
The Dawson Community College Theater Department proudly presents it’s Spring Production entitled “The Performance, An Actor’s Studio” on Friday & Saturday, March 26th & 27th at 7:00 P.M. both nights. The show will be in the Toepke Center Theater on the DCC Campus.
Deadline May 7th, 2010
Dawson Community College is once again adding honor and memorial names to the hardwood floor of the Toepke Center Gymnasium. Names will be printed in 1 inch letters around the main court for a $200 per name donation. Honoring a friend or relative in this way is a unique tribute and a lasting legacy that lends support to all Buccaneer athletic programs.
Joyce Ayre Dawson Community College Athletic Director is proud to announce the Women’s Buccaneer Volleyball team has been recognized by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) as second in the nation for academic excellence.
DCC Women’s Volleyball Head Coach, John Marble, is excited and not completely surprised by the honor. “Academics have always been a focus of this program, we believe that you can be successful in the classroom and on the court. This is a huge honor and it validates the attitudes and efforts of the players.”
Dawson Community College Head Baseball Coach Brent Diegel is excited to announce the signing of two outstanding student athletes for next season. McKay Hedin and Hunter Balmer, both from Utah, will join the Buccaneers clubhouse in the fall.
Dawson Community College is presenting a hybrid business skills class entitled ‘Graphics in MS Word & Newsletters’ from March 16th to April 5th. Marcia Holas, DCC Business Technology Program Director, will instruct the one credit class. Unique to this opportunity is that students will attend each classroom presentation at their personal computer via the Internet. To increase flexibility Holas will offer students two choices, Tuesdays at noon or Thursdays at 7pm to receive live instruction.
Laura Youngbird’s art work will be on exhibit at Dawson Community College Gallery 126 from March 22 through May 13.