E-Bulletin of January 9, 2006

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ARTWORKS Classes Begin Jan. 21
MCCC's ARTWORKS is an artist's dream, with an abundance of beginner and specialty courses in all media. Check out the spring course information here.

Culinary Center Expands Offerings
College and community members are invited get a taste of the noncredit offerings at Mercer's Culinary Center, which boasts a beautiful new kitchen. Classes covering appetizers to desserts begin this month. Get the details here.

The Gallery Needs Volunteers
Mercer's art gallery is looking for volunteers to meet and greet visitors. Scheduling is flexible. Please help by spreading the word. For more information call ext. 3589.

New Program in Property Management Begins Jan. 23
Mercer's Center for Continuing Studies is offering a new certificate program in Property Management beginning Jan. 23. Evening classes will take place at the James Kerney Campus. Details here.

Summer Camps to Host Open House Jan. 29
Spread the word! MCCC's summer camp programs will host a joint open house to introduce families to the many exciting summer programs for children ages 6 to 17. The event takes place from noon to 3:00 p.m. in the Student Center. The snow date is Sunday, February 5. Click here for the full story.

Reggie Page Interviewed for Financial Aid Story
Reggie Page was interviewed for an article on financial aid published by NorthJersey.com. Read it online here or offline here.

MCCC Honored by the Boy Scouts
The Central N.J. Council of Boy Scouts of America honored MCCC with its "Cooperation Award" at a November reception. The award honors individuals and organizations for outstanding character, commitment and citizenship, as well as dedication to the community and New Jersey. Several members of the staff represented the college, and Susan Zambrio accepted the award. Photo here.

Chicago Tribune Writes on Down Syndrome Education
MCCC's grant to develop a model program for Down Syndrome students has put us in the forefront of a new trend in education. We have received national attention in several articles. Read more about it in this Chicago Tribune article that features an interview with our grant's donor, Steve Riggio. Click here.

Good News: Mercer in the News Online

The Times sports section Jan. 3, 2006: "African Connection Big Winner."

The Times, page 3: Dec. 25, 2005: "County Band Spirit Stays Up Tempo."

Remember Kelsey Theatre and Gallery Events

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