Issue 2007 - 1, January,
OF The President's Office"
faculty and staff enjoyed a "light roasting" of Acting President
Tom Wilfrid at a Holiday Party on Dec. 20. Story
with photos here.
Year of Inspiration and Accomplishment
Showcasing many of the highlights of an exciting and productive year at
MCCC, the college's 2005-2006 Annual Report is now online here.
If you would like to receive a printed copy, please send your request
with mailing address to Rosanne Zarrilli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Welcomes Incoming President and Recognizes Students for Outstanding
Patricia C. Donohue, who will begin the presidency of MCCC on Feb. 1,
joined the campus community for a welcoming reception preceding the meeting
of the Board of Trustees on Dec. 21. The college also congratulated Mercer's
high-achieving men's soccer and women's tennis teams and the award-winning
Television program students. More
Governor to Host Town Hall Meeting at MCCC Jan. 11
Governor Jon S. Corzine is coming to MCCC's Kelsey Theatre for a Town
Hall Meeting, "Restructuring New Jersey's Future," on Thursday,
Jan. 11, 7 to 8:30 p.m. RSVP to 609-777-0994. Click
here for flyer.
Broadway" Dinner Dance Promises Scholarship Success
The MCCC Scholarship Dinner Dance Committee is working hard to make this
year's gala dinner dance "On Broadway" a success for deserving
students who will receive much-needed scholarships. Can you help with
corporate sponsorships, ads for the program book or ticket purchases?
Please call Foundation Coordinator Elaine Stout at 609-570-3607. More
Beverly Richardson Awarded for Service
Childrens' Futures of Trenton honored Vice President Beverly Richardson
at a recent reception for her years of service as chair of its board of
Something New! MCCC's Center for Continuing Studies
Announces Spring Classes
Mercer's noncredit division offers exciting career-enhancing and personal-interest
classes in a wide variety of disciplines this spring.
Artists for "Mercer County Artists 2007"
Artists living, working or studying in Mercer County
are invited to participate in "Mercer County Artists 2007."
Artwork must be dropped off for jurying on Saturday, Jan. 13. Show
dates will be Jan. 22 to Feb. 16, with a reception for the artists on
Jan. 25. More
Students Perform in N.Y.C.
Working under Theatre Program coordinator Jody Person, Mercer's theatre
and dance students developed performances and took them to the "Big
Apple." They performed in a storefront window in Manhattan the weeks
of Dec. 11 and 18, much to the fascination of passing pedestrians. Photos
at Kelsey Theatre
5-14 -- "The Baker's Wife"
6 -- "Gizmo Guys"
20 -- "The Russian-American Kids Circus"
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