E-Bulletin of September 18,
"Jazz on 2" at Katmandu Sunday, Sept. 27
your brunch tickets now!!
The sounds of Bebop, Dixieland, Latin Jazz, Modern Jazz and Blues will
fill the air as MCCC presents "Jazz On 2 at Katmandu" on Sunday,
Sept. 27 at Katmandu on Route 29 in Trenton.
the one-year anniversary of WWFM radio's return to jazz, the all-day event
takes place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. A lineup of world-class talent includes
Jazz On 2 program hosts Joe Cataldo, Tom Tallitsch, Gail Dixon, Buzz Herman
and the Jazz Duchess herself, Doris Spears. Area performers will include
Jerry Rife's Rhythm Kings, vocalist Miche Braden, Joe Zook and Blues Deluxe,
and "Zingu," a jazz band featuring MCCC's Vice President for
Academic Affairs, Guy Generals. Special performances include the MCCC
Jazz Trio and MCCC Music Director James Kelly.
is no charge for the entertainment, but patrons can enjoy a jazz brunch
from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., complete with New Orleans-themed cuisine as
part of the menu selections. Brunch prices are $19.95 for ages 10 and
up and $9.95 for children 5 to 10. Children 4 and under eat free. Katmandu's
regular menu is also available for purchase all day. Reserve your brunch
tickets now. Call 609-393-7300. More
Meeting Sept. 25
AAWCC-Mercer is kicking off the new academic year with its first General
Meeting on Friday, September 25, 2009 in the Faculty Staff Dining Room,
from 12:15- 1:15 p.m.
The group will be hosting a "Swap Meet." All attendees are asked
to bring in their no longer-wanted clothes, accessories and other items,
so that everyone can "shop" for new looks. All are welcome to
come and participate.
MCCC's chapter of the American Association for Women in Community Colleges
is an affiliate organization of the American Association of Community
Colleges. The AAWCC works to champion women and maximize their potential.
If you are interested in joining, contact Khalida Haqq at ext.3327.
Goldstein to Host TV Show
MCCC adjunct faculty member, Joan Goldstein, will host a new show on Princeton
TV 30 titled, "Back Story with Joan Goldstein." The first showing
will be this Sunday, Sept. 19 at 5:30 p.m. The will be discussing current
social concerns, both national and local, and the opening show features
an interview with Barry Rabner, President and CEO of the Princeton Healthcare
System. The topic is the national healthcare reform debate and the
upcoming move of Princeton Hospital to Plainsboro. This show will run
for an entire month at these times: Sunday, 5:30 p.m., Monday, 7 a.m.,
and Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.
Session for High Schoolers/Parents Oct. 14
Please help spread the word. MCCC will host an Information Session for
high school students and their parents on Wednesday, Oct. 14 from 6 to
7:30 p.m. in the Student Center Cafeteria.
In addition to MCCC staff, admission representatives from four-year colleges
will discuss transfer opportunities. More here.
the 2009 Annual Report to the Community Set for Nov. 12
"Abundant Opportunities Await you at Mercer"
MCCC's Board of Trustees is inviting the community to its annual Open
House and Report to the Community set for Nov. 12, from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
at the Conference Center. With its fall theme, "Abundant Opportunities
Await You at Mercer," the event will celebrate college successes
and provide information about opportunities in credit and noncredit programs.
27: Jazz On 2 at Katmandu
Reserve your brunch tickets now!!
The Gallery Through Oct. 8: Mercer County Photography 2009
6: MCCC's Golf Classic
Before a gathering of approximately 90
dignitaries, guests, faculty, staff and students at MCCC, Cindy Orlandi,
an instructor at the Mercer County Fire Academy and a captain of the Pennington
First Aid Squad, related her experience as a first responder on 9-11-01.
"I still remember my Mom saying to me, 'Please do not go
have a family." With the support of her husband and two daughters,
Orlandi did go. "We saw distraught looks which will never be forgotten,"
she said, adding that many will continue to pass away during the aftermath
as they experience health problems. More here.
Walkers Go All Out for Heart Walk
About 4,000 people spent a sunny Sunday morning walking to eradicate cardiovascular
diseases and strokes on Sept. 13 at Mercer County Park. "Start! Heart
Walk" was the theme, and more than 50 MCCC representatives were among
those taking part in the one- or three-mile walks.
is still time to support fundraising efforts by bidding on an item in
MCCC's Silent Auction. Items up for auction include theatre tickets, a
holiday wreath, a custom-made handbag, lunch with President Pat Donohue
and more. Click here
for the auction, or log in to M-Link and look under "What's New."
The bidding ends at midnight on Sept. 25. Donations will be taken until
the end of the month. If you have any questions e-mail email@example.com.
Additional monetary donations will also be taken until the end of the
month. More here
Bake Sale Nets $$ For Cancer Society
Rose Fiorello gave an update on the money raised from the Camp College
Bake Sale: $408 will go to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life
in West Windsor. Thanks to all who contributed or purchased baked goods.
in the News Online
for New MCCC Students (second page)
Hands-On Learning Experience (youth
Marks 9-11 Attacks
MCCC Honors 5 Year Anniversary With Win
Trenton Marks Sept. 11 Anniversary
11 Anniversary Observed in Greater Trenton Communities
Will Not Forget (9-11)
Valley Youth Gets Scholarship
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
18-27: Jekyll and Hyde
2-11: Carol Burnett's "Hollywood Arms"
16-25: Bus Stop
Season! Kelsey Theatre Salutes Hollywood in 2009-10 Season
Position Openings at MCCC
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