of February 4, 2010
Donohue to be Honored by Trenton YWCA and Girl Scouts
Tickets are now available for the YWCA of Trenton's Annual Gala "In
Celebration of Women." This year President Patricia Donohue will
be one of three honorees. It takes place at the Hamilton Manor, 30 Route
156, Hamilton, NJ on Thursday, March 11, at 5:30 p.m. For ticket information
call 609-396-8291, ext. 401, or email email@example.com.
will also be honored by the Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey
at the "Women of Distinction" awards event on Sunday, March
14 at the Forsgate Country Club in Monroe Township. For ticket information
($75), call Carol Miller at 1-800-582-7692, ext. 161.
for Bagpipes and Organ
Professor Edith Silver will perform at "Music for Bagpipes &
Organ" on Sunday, March 21, 3 p.m. at the Pennington Presbyterian
Church, 13 South Main Street. The event features arrangements of Irish
and Scottish music for two bagpipes, drum and pipe organ, with soloists
and audience sing-a-long. A free-will offering benefits ChildFund International.
For more information call (609) 208-9991 or 466-1511. Flyer here.
Theatre to Cruise Aug. 15
This year's Kelsey Theatre cruise is set to sail! According to Kitty Getlik,
"This will be our 7th annual cruise and we will be sailing on Aug.
15, 2010 on Celebrity Cruise's Summit for a 7-night cruise to New England
and Canada, round-trip from Cape Liberty, N.J. This year's cruise promises
to be very exciting with many extras included. Bring your family and friends!
What a great time for a reunion!" A portion of the proceeds benefits
Prices begin at $899 per person. For further information call Colleen
Robinson at Cruise One at (800) 941-2469 or (609) 371-3494, or visit www.CruiseOne.com/crobinson.
Feb 9: Club
Day, 12 to 1 p.m. in the Student Center, with games and prizes.
17 and 24, 5 p.m. Film Festival at the James Kerney Campus sponsored by
the African-Centered Film Festival. Free.
Black History Month Valentine's Day Dance, 6 to 11 p.m., Conference Center.
Tickets $10, available at the Bursar's Office in the Student Center, or
call ext. 3404. Flyer here.
Black History Month's Carmen, noon to 1 p.m., Kelsey Theatre. Free
with ticket available at the Bursar's Office in the Student Center, or
call ext. 3404.
Mary Inzana, C.E.O. and founder of LifeTies, Inc., speaks as part of the
Distinguished Lecture Series. More here.
Announced for the 2010 Scholarship Dinner Dance
Four awards will be presented by the MCCC Foundation Board at the Scholarship
Dinner Dance, "Puttin on the Ritz," set for April 24 at the
Hyatt Regency, Princeton. All proceeds go directly to scholarships for
the "Distinguished Benefactor Award" will be William and Judy
Scheide of Princeton. The "Distinguished Corporate Partner Award"
will go to Dow Jones & Company, and the "Spirit of Education
Awards" will go to Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes and J. Lynne
Cannon, CEO of Princeton Management Development Institute, Inc., and a
member of the MCCC Foundation Board. More here
with link to online forms.
Cahill to Coach New Women's Cross Country Team
Erin Cahill, an administrative specialist in the Athletics Department
since January 2009, has been named head coach for women's cross country,
a new MCCC team. Cahill earned her master's degree in Physical Education
from The College of New Jersey in 2006 and her bachelor's degree in History
from TCNJ in 2004. While at TCNJ she ran varsity cross country and indoor
and outdoor track. More here.
History Month Begins With Three Major Events at MCCC
Three dynamic events kicked off Black History Month at Mercer, incuding
a special event at the James Kerney Campus, an intergenerational conversation,
and the "African Dance & Drum Ensemble. Photos and more here.
Hungry? Find out what's cookin' at the
MCCC Café at WWC.
week's menu, Feb 1-5........... Next
week's menu, Feb. 8-12.
College Keys Compact Video With Dr. Beverly Richardson
Retired VP Beverly Richardson is part of this video made for
the College Board. It will be shown at all six regional College Board
Forums across the country. View it here.
Learns About Fitness Center
Fitness Center Director Mike DeAngelis demonstrated the Fitness Center
equipment for MCCC staff members interested in boosting their exercise
program as part of the "Strive for Five" Fitness Challenge.
on MCCC's Facebook page.
in the News Online
Goal Sunday Tackles Financial Aid
Soccer Standouts to Sign D-1 Scholarships
to Offer Classes for Small Business Owners
Nursing Program Recognizes 33 Graduates
to Present "Dancing to Connect" Feb. 2
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
12- 21: "Pygmalion" (featuring MCCC's own Kitty Getlik)
20: "Little Mermaid"
26 - Mar. 7: "Fiddler on the Roof"
Position Openings at MCCC
Click here for the
list of job openings on campus.
Get an update on the progress of our sports teams
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