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E-Bulletin of Feb. 11, 2003
a newsletter for staff and faculty of Mercer County Community College

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Artist/Environmentalist Jim Toia to Lecture Feb. 17 and 19
As part of the Distinguished Lecture Series Jim Toia, artist and environmentalist, will present a slide lecture entitled "Trek into the Natural Obis" on Monday, Feb. 17 at noon in CM 110.  He will repeat the lecture on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at noon in CM 109.  Toia's work is currently featured in the MCCC Gallery with Illia Barger through Feb. 20. 

Toia has long been recognized for his artistic use of natural materials, including lichen, branches, vines, mushrooms and honeycombs.  Tracking the evolution of his work over the past 12 years, his lecture will explore the natural materials and processes he uses in his art. An alumnus of the Lawrenceville School, Toia was previously artist-in-residence there.  Currently he is director of the Williams Visual Arts Building at Lafayette College.
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Black History Month Events
February 13, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Valentine's Day Special
Professor Alvyn Haywood presents a lecture “Kindness”
MCCC James Kerney Campus, James Kerney Hall

February 27, 12 noon
Innovation: The Black Experience
James Howard, Assistant Professor of Design,
County College of Morris and owner of Howard Industrial Design
West Windsor Campus, MCCC, Room CM 110

February 24, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Health Fair "Take Care Of Yourself"
Free:  Blood Pressure And Cardiac Risk Screenings
Provided By St. Francis Hospital
MCCC James Kerney Campus, Kerney Hall

February 28, 8 p.m.
Mercer County Community College Gospel Ensemble and Friends
MCCC James Kerney Campus, James Kerney Hall
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Retirees' Luncheon
MCCC retirees will meet for lunch on March 19 at Sunny Gardens.  Please call Helen Marie Dolton by the 17th at 882-5086.
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