E-Bulletin of July 21, 2004

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Summer Viking is Here
The newly published Summer 2004 edition of Viking is now being distributed throughout the campuses. Please help us spread news about MCCC by placing your copies where students, staff and visitors can take them. Viking is also available as a .pfd here.

Moving Time
Phase II has started in the renovation of the Administration building. The Grants Development Office (Kay Eaton), and Public Information Office (Saveria Symons and Wendy Humphrey) have moved to temporary quarters in MS110. Kimani Davis of Human Resources has moved to AD113B. Phone numbers remain the same.

According to Bill Mate, all efforts are being made to have the new classrooms in the AD building ready for use by Aug. 26.


Help Camp College Help the Needy
Sharon Vlasac said the Camp College bake sale on July 14 raised $367 to help feed needy children. Campers joined forces with Share Our Strength, a national organization that supports children's after-school and summer feeding programs, as well as health and nutrition initiatives that prevent child hunger.

"My sincere thanks goes out to all the bakers and buyers who supported our Kids Helping Kids event," Vlasac said. "We had 43 bakers from the college and camp staff." Children in the "Kids in the Kitchen" class also donated baked goods, thanks to Doug Fee.

Another bake sale is set for Wednesday, Aug. 12, with proceeds to go directly to area charities: Mercer Street Friends, Home Front, Angels Wings, and Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. "In order to make the August bake sale equally successful, we need to generate the same level of enthusiasm," Vlasac said.

According to Vlasac "Kids Helping Kids is a Camp College community service program. It teaches our young campers the importance of giving back to the community. In addition to food and supply drives, our past campers have also volunteered with Isles, Inc., working in a community garden."

In addition to the bake sales, each week
Camp College will be conducting varous other drives:

July 19-23: "Eye Openers-Breakfast of Champions." Needed are juices, boxed drinks, beverage mixes, coffee, tea, cereal, breakfast bars, etc.

July 26-30: "Melting Pot." Needed are pasta, spaghetti sauce, noodles, rice, tacos, beans, etc.

August 2-6: "Splish Splash,Taking a Bath." Needed are personal care products such as soap, powder, lotion, dental and hair care products.

August 9-13: "Back Pack Basics." Needed are back-to-school supplies, notebooks, pens, pencils, crayons, glue, scissors, pencil cases, hair accessories, socks, underwear.

Staff and faculty members who would like to contribute may drop off items at the Camp College office, SC 146. For departments donating a significant amount of goods, pick-ups can be arranged by calling the Camp College office at ext. 3773. Camp Photos

Remember The Heart Walk
The Heart Walk is coming on Saturday, Sept. 18, at Mercer County Park Marina. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and the walk will start at 10 a.m. "If you would like to walk with your MCCC friends," says Wendy Lancaster, "please come and sign up in the Purchasing Office in the Administration Building, Room 110." F
or more information contact Betty Blackwell, ext. 3251 or Wendy Lancaster, ext. 3249.

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