If YOU are returning to DCC plan to attend the Debt Management Workshop.
You will learn:
* Types of Federal Student Loans
* Commonly used loan terminology
* Repaying your loan
* Interest rates & payment of interest
* Selecting your repayment plan
* Reviewing your National Student Loan Data System record
(i.e. how much money you have borrowed during your
The annual fundraiser for the Women’s and Men’s Basketball Programs at Dawson Community College is scheduled for Thursday, April 21 through Saturday, April 23, 2011. This coed tournament is five on five and full court. Teams must have at least two females on the floor at all times and picking up college players is encouraged. Team members must be 16 years of age or older and all games will have at least two officials. Teams will be guaranteed three games for their $200 registration fee and rosters are due by the 15th. We will also host a 3-point and dunk contest.
Glendive, MT - The Buccaneers baseball team opened conference play with a double header on Sunday, April 10th against Bismarck State (ND). The Buccaneers won the first game 12-0, and continued to bring in the runs in game two with a 15-2 win.
In game one, Freshman Danny Smith (Tremonton, UT) pitched 4 shutout innings, allowing just two hits on the day. Smith has now improved his record to 3-1 on the year with a 0.97 ERA in 21 2/3 innings pitched. Freshman Andy Hopson (Ogden, UT) pitched 1 inning in relief to finish the shutout.
Dawson Community College is pleased to have the artwork of one of its favorite artists, Michael Meissner, on exhibit for the third time. Please come by the Ullman Center to enjoy his latest imaginative surreal images during regular building hours Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Michael has family roots in eastern Montana that reach back five generations. He was raised in both eastern and western Montana. He currently makes his home in Glendive, Montana, along the Yellowstone river and adjacent to the spectacular and rugged Montana badlands of Makoshika State Park.
Influenced by his father, a rancher, horse trader & part-time rodeo producer, Walter Piehl grew up in Marion, North Dakota loving horses & rodeo. Born to be an artist, he filled his spare time with drawing & painting. A rodeo rider himself, & an announcer for thirty years, Piehl comes by his subject naturally. Images of broncs & bulls, ropers & riders tremble with action. Piehl's paintings capture the essence of the fast & furious explosive action of the rodeo, & the dynamic interaction of horse & rider.
Glendive, MT - The Buccaneers baseball team have now won nine out of their last ten games by beating Miles community College (MT) with a score of 5-3 for the second time this year. The buccaneers are now 9-7 on the year.
Glendive, MT. - The Dawson Community College baseball team played a two-game series against Dickinson State (ND). The Buccaneers suffered their worst loss of the year 12-0, but turned right back around to win the second game in extra innings 3-2.
In the opener, Freshman Joey Hendricks (West Jordan, UT) allowed seven runs, six earned, on nine hits and walked four, in 4 innings. In relief Freshman Jordan Thompson (West Jordan, UT) pitched 2 innings and allowed five runs, two earned runs on four hits. Hendericks took the loss and fell to 2-2 on the year.
The first Mon-Dak baseball player of the week is Austin Sheppick. Austin is a freshman outfielder/first baseman for Dawson Community College. In three games last week he was 4-11 (.363) at the plate including a double and 2 RBI's. Austin is from West Jordan, Utah.
Glendive, MT. - The Dawson Community College baseball team, returned to action on Saturday with a two-game series against Williston St (N.D.). The Buccaneers split the series, losing the first game 5-2 but winning the second 2-0.
In the opener, sophomore Anthony Kuntz (Billings MT.) allowed four runs — three earned — on three hits and walked four, in five innings. In relief Andrew Hopson (Ogden, UT.) pitched 2 innings and allowed one earned run on one hit. Kuntz took the loss and fell to 0-2.
Laurel, MT - The Buccaneer baseball team got back on the diamond and played Williston State (ND) on the road on Sunday, March 27, in a doubleheader. The Buccaneers won game one 7-6, in extra innings and game two, 10-5.
Freshman Cole Dooper (Laurel, MT) pitched 3 2/3 and allowed four runs on seven hits and gets the no decision. Dooper is 1-0 on the year. Sophomore Bobby King (Brigham City, UT) pitched 4 1/3 in relief and allowed six hits, two runs while striking out six batters, improving his record to 2-0 on the year.