Dawson Community College freshman Debbie Schendel is the Mon-Dak conference volleyball player of the week. The 5' 7 outside hitter out of Great Falls, Montana is in her first year with the Buccaneer program and was recognized for the second time after another stand-out week of play for the Bucs.
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Dawson Community College Athletics will be hosting prospective student-athletes and their parents for Lady Buccaneer Softball Recruiting Days on Saturday and Sunday, October 16th and 17th, 2010.
The Dawson Community College softball program invites all former players back to campus October 9 at 1pm & 3pm and October 10 at 10am & noon for the 2010 DCC Softball Alumni Weekend.
In conjunction with the Alumni Softball reunion, players will be able to meet and welcome head softball coach Jim LeProwse as he begins his first season with DCC’s Lady Buccaneer softball program. “I am excited to meet some of the former players and see what they have done in their lives since playing softball at DCC” said LeProwse.
Dawson Community College and Bismarck State College will meet on the volleyball court in Mon-Dak Conference play at Toepke Center, dedicating the night to Dig Pink October 5th at 7:00pm.
Dig Pink is the name of the breast cancer awareness rally that takes place in gyms all over the country during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is October.
Dawson Community College will be hosting a Midnight Madness event on Friday, October 1 from 7pm to Midnight in Toepke Center on the DCC campus. The event is free and open to the public. Come up and meet the Bucs this Friday!
Midnight Madness will follow the DCC Baseball Alumni game being held at Kolberg Field at 5pm. There is also a volleyball game against Laramie County Community College at 7pm in the Toepke Center. Laramie is ranked 9th in the nation.
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:
Dawson Community College's Office of Community Outreach will be offering the following culinary classes throughout the fall. The classes listed below will be held on Sunday afternoons from 1pm-4pm with a limit of 12-18 students per class at Dawson County High School. No class is a prerequisite for any other and the cost will be $25 per class.
October 3: Knife Skills: How to identify the right knife for a task, how to sharpen a knife and keep them sharp and how to use them safely, efficiently and enjoyably.
AARP’s (American Association of Retired Persons) Defensive Driving Course will once again offer a comprehensive driver retraining course geared to the specific needs of older motorists. Attending may qualify participants for a discount on auto insurance, check with your insurance company for details.
Students can learn the skills needed to become a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) in classes offered by Dawson Community College and Glendive Medical Center October 4 through 26, 2010. Classes will be held at GMC and the Extended Care Facility from 5-9pm Monday-Thursday and 1:45-10pm Friday. Registered Nurse Donna Knuths teaches the course. Cost of the 4-credit, 80-hour course is $70.00, and enrollment is limited. The book is additional. Contact the DCC book store at 377-9457.