Dawson Community College will provide a unique opportunity to high school students this summer semester-FREE COLLEGE CLASSES that transfer. (Summer Session runs June 4-August 12, 2012)
All high school students that are at least 16 years of age and who will NOT graduate this May of 2012 can JUMP START their college education virtually FREE as an Early Start Student!
Just Dance is an old fashioned evening of dancing and music for the entire family. Learn new dance steps or brush up on your dance moves, Deb Mooer and the DCC music department are collaborating to present Just Dance!
Ms. Mooer will teach two versatile steps to get dancers of all ages on the floor May 4 at 7 pm in the DCC Toepke Center. Her vast teaching experience and positive, enthusiastic attitude guarantee an enjoyable evening for everyone.
Don Mast, Dawson Community College Men’s Basketball Coach, would like to announce the signing of Bobby Anderson for the 2012-2013 school year. Bobby is the son of Tom and Apryl Anderson of Laurel Montana. He played high school basketball for Coach Pat Hansen at Laurel High School.
Dawson Community College Women's team placed 3rd.
The Dawson Community College rodeo in Glendive Montana offered a full weekend of cowboy action.
Don Mast, Dawson Community College Men's Basketball Coach, would like to announce that Barry Murnion, Abraham Ekperuoh and Jake Ebbon have committed to play basketball for the Buccaneers next year.
Barry Murnion is 6'5", 175lbs and is the son of Barry and Marry Murnion of Chinook, MT. "Barry has steadily improved his game and has the kind of work ethic that will make him an asset in our program" said Coach Mast.
Learn new dance steps or brush up on your dance moves. Deb Mooer and the DCC music department are collaborating to present "Just Dance!", an old fashioned evening of dancing and music for the entire family. Ms. Mooer will teach two versatile steps to get dancers of all ages on the floor May 4 at 7 p.m. in the DCC Toepke Center. Her vast teaching experience and positive, enthusiastic attitude guarantee an enjoyable evening for everyone. Live music will be provided by DCC music students and refreshments served by the Opus Society. The evening is free of charge.
Dawson Community College 2011-2012 Awards Banquet was held Sunday April 22. The banquet is a tradition at DCC and includes acknowledgment for both academic and sports award recipients. This year's dinner was prepared by Garth Clingingsmith at the Moose Lodge in Glendive. Hosted by the Associated Student Body participants enjoyed lasagna and garlic bread sticks with a Caesar salad and cupcakes for dessert.
Coming to the J&A Arena April 27 to the 29, exciting rodeo action in Glendive Montana. The Dawson Community College Rodeo Team will compete this month at home. Come out and support the Bucs.
The rodeo will offer a full weekend of cowboy action. The Buccaneers will engage in bareback riding, calf roping, goat tying, barrel racing, steer wrestling and bull riding. Other attractions included Saturday’s No-Host dinner at the J & A Arena provided by the Yellowstone River Inn. The dinner begins at 5pm, April 28.
Celebration of Research and Creativity will be the theme for the Dawson Community College Music Department Spring performance Tuesday, May 1. The evening will commence in at 6 pm in the auditorium featuring recital performances by vocal, piano, guitar, and percussion students.
Last weekend the DCC baseball team played in the MON-DAK round robin tournament. The Bucs finished 2-2. On Friday DCC lost to Williston 9-0. Saturday was a different story as Dawson bounced back for a 5-1 win over Dakota College. "This was not just a win for the Bucs, but Freshman pitcher Josh Rustad (LHP) out of Polson, MT, threw a NO-HITTER" said DCC head baseball coach Aaron Carroll.