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.
Leanne Hoagland MAB of Dawson Community College and Big Sky Shires & Equine Services will be instructing two information packed seminars for the GATE 2009 Glendive Agri-Trade Exposition at the EPEC. The Equine industry is ever changing and the economy is impacting the industry as never before. With all this the horse owner is faced with many opportunities and decisions on how to progress in their horses. Costs continue to go up and horse owners are trying to decide if they should sell, buy or breed.
Dawson Community College is celebrating National TRiO Day with an open house February 27th from 10am-2pm in the Mid-Rivers Academic Support Center adjacent to the Jane Carey Memorial Library on the DCC campus. Kent Dion, Director of the Mid-Rivers Academic Support Center and his staff will host with cookies and refreshments.
TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded program designed to increase retention, graduation, GPAs, and transfer rates of disadvantaged college students. All of these services are free to DCC students.
Tryouts for the Dawson Community College Buccaneer volleyball team are set for Feb. 9.
Coach John Marble said high school juniors and seniors are invited to the Toepke Center gym between noon and 1:30 p.m. to show off their skills for a spot on future Buccaneer volleyball squads.
“I would encourage all players to come up,” he said.
“It is a great opportunity to show us your capabilities as a volleyball player.”
Tryouts will include basic skill drills and Marble said he looks forward to seeing potential new players.
Dawson Community College has signed a third new volleyball player for the fall season.
Coach John Marble announced this week that Amanda Little, a 5-10 hitter for the Yellowstone County Homeschool Knights and Rimrock Volleyball Club, has committed to the Lady Buccaneer team.
Little has experience in several positions on the court, but anticipates playing outside for the Bucs. She said she is happy to have the opportunity to play college ball.
Just for the fun of it, the Dawson Community College Art Department and Art Club - SOCI are sponsoring Fridays in February - End of the Week ART Outlet with guest instructor, Kevin Layton, Education Director for the Custer County Art & Heritage Center in Miles City.