E-Bulletin of June 29, 2007
WWFM General Manager Appointed
After a nationwide
search, MCCC has named Peter Fretwell of Spokane, Washington as general
manager of WWFM The Classical Network. His priorities are to expand the
station's influence on the arts in N.J., to grow its listenership, engage
the community and expand on corporate sponsorships and arts grant. Photo
and details here.
Program Welcomes New Students
The college's innovative
DREAM program welcomed a group of new students at a reception on June
18, when they met with current students and learned more about the program.
and details here.
Mia -- From GED to MA
James Kerney Campus
Learning Center coordinator, Joann Mia, is a Mercer success story in a
variety of ways. Read
her story here.
College is Under Way
On July 16 Camp College's
second session begins. Their new website was a group effort, prepared
by Brad Kent, Sharon Vlasac, Rose Fiorello, and Christine Williams, with
design by Tim Fitzpatrick and graphics byTracy Patterson. Visit the website
MCCC Part of Super
and faculty participated in the chemistry portion of Super Science Weekend,
held at the NJ State Museum on May 19 and 20, sponsored by the Trenton
section of the American Chemical Society. Helen Tanzini coordinated the
event, and MCCC alum Rachel Jones and faculty member Carlo Alfare organized
the volunteers. Faculty
and staff participants included Angela Treannie, Dawn Cook, Linda Falkow,
Michael Dorneman, Carlo Alfare and Diane Hilker. Students included Dawn
Stillwell, Emmanuel Anim-Danso, Eun Choi, Pete Meagher, Rachel Jones,
and Li Si. Click
here for photo.
here for the Museum website
Needed for "Kids Helping Kids" July 11
Volunteer bakers are
needed for Camp College's July 11 Bake Sale for "Kids Helping Kids."
If you are interested, please call ext. 3773 for more information. The
money raised will be donated to The American Heart Association.
Great Adventure/Hurricane Harbor Tickets
Camp College has discounted Great Adventure and Hurricane Harbor tickets
for sale. Great Adventure Tickets are $26.50 and Hurricane Harbor tickets
are $23.00. Please contact Trish Venanzi at ext. 3291.
to Kelsey Theatre
30 - July 8: "The Merchant of Venice" First of Summer Series
13 - 22 -- "The Sound of Music"
27 - Aug. 5 -- "Bat Boy" (featuring Kelsey Theatre Artistic
Director Kitty Getlik as Mrs. Taylor)
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