An all-state blocker from Sidney High School has signed on to play volleyball this fall for Dawson Community College.
Kirsten Nunn, who graduated from Lambert High School after transferring mid-way through her senior year in 2008, has experience both as a middle and right side hitter and said she expects to play right side for the Lady Buccaneers.
She said she is excited to join the team. “I want to play for Dawson as a way to help pay for school and for the love of the game,” she said.
On Thursday, March 5th, there will be an artist reception for Jerry David Cornelia in the Dawson Community College Art Gallery 126 from 5:00 – 6:30 with an artist talk at 5:30. This gathering is free and open to the public. Please join us for a viewing of Jerry’s artwork, for conversation, and refreshments. If you can’t make it then, Gallery 126 is open Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm, and Tuesday-Thursday 6:30 – 9:00pm. Jerry’s artwork is on exhibit from March 2 – April 10. For more info: http://www.dawson.edu/
Dawson Community College students will present their Spring play "The Good Doctor" by Neil Simon. The play is a hilarious comedy directed by Ron Conrad.
February 22nd, 1-3 P.M. at DCC
Student Center - in the Main Building (e)
Open to everyone, guides students and their families through the paperwork required to apply for college financial aid.
300 College Drive, Glendive, MT 59330
Site Coordinator: Jolene Myers (406) 377-3396
Students enrolled in Dawson Community College’s welding program recently had their skills put to the test, as members of the Advanced Welding Techniques class were tested for welding certification. All six students successfully passed the test, which earned them qualifications that will undoubtedly assist them in finding employment in the welding technology work force.
Tryouts for the Dawson Community College volleyball team brought several aspiring players on campus Monday for their chance to earn a spot on the Lady Buccaneers’ roster.
Coach John Marble said it was a fun day in the gym.
“It was great to be in the gym with a wonderful group of athletes and playing volleyball,” he said. “I appreciate the players that came and played today.”
Students from Wolf Point, Ballantine and Jordan participated, and Marble said he saw some good potential.
What's Inside? is on display now at the Dawson Community College Art Gallery 126 through Friday, February 27th. The exhibition showcases two good friends, Ali LaRock and Gretchen Bederman. These two accomplished artists make for an interesting juxtaposition of images. Ali's paintings are filled with childlike scribbles of emotion and question while Gretchen's are superficial with only a subtle intimation of what might be going on behind the image.
The MATHCOUNTS® competition is coming to Dawson Community College again on February 18th from 9am to 3pm. DCC will host about 34 middle school students from 6 different schools: Wolf Point, Frazer, Richey, Volberg, Terry, and Glendive. The competition will be held in the practice gym on the DCC campus.
The DCC Early Childhood Education Department is sponsoring three workshops. All the workshops are open to the public and available for Early Childhood training hours. All the workshops will be held in the Ullman Center, Room 105.
February 18, 6:30-9:00 p.m.-- To bond or not to bond . . . . How important is it to develop trust? Know any charming, manipulating liars? Debi Delameter from Action for Eastern Montana will give a presentation on Reactive Attachment Disorder.
Dawson Community College volleyball coach John Marble’s recruiting efforts continue to pay off with the commitment of a fourth freshman for the fall squad.
Garfield County District High School Senior Alyson Murnion signed with the Lady Buccaneers this week.
“Aly is a natural athlete with tons of untapped potential,” Marble said.
Murnion is a 5-10 middle hitter with Class C all-conference honors in both 2007 and 2008.