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Issue 2007 - 4, August, 2007

Dear Friends of MCCC,

I hope you are enjoying your summer. I wanted to share this feature story from "Diverse Issues in Higher Education," a national publication. The article is about Dr. Beverly Richardson and her accomplishments at our downtown Trenton campus. As the college’s new president, I am indeed proud to have Dr. Richardson at the helm of our James Kerney Campus, and serving as Vice President of College Advancement. Please read the story here.

Dr. Patricia C. Donohue

Mercer in the News
Click here to read more of MCCC's recent publicity.

Oct. 16 Golf Outing Taking Reservations/Sponsorships
The MCCC Athletics Department will host its 16th Annual Golf Classic on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at the Mercer Oaks East Golf Course, adjacent to Mercer County Park in West Windsor. Proceeds to the MCCC Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund. More here.

New Program Begins for Direct Health Care Providers
A new noncredit program at Mercer will prepare participants in one semester for jobs in the health care field. The state-approved curriculum will ready students for the certification exam as either a Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A.) or Home Health Aide (H.H.A.). More here.

The Latina Women's Council Teams with MCCC's Foundation to Provide Scholarships
At a reception on July 17, ten students were presented with $1,000 scholarships from the Latina Women's Council with a matching grant from MCCC's Foundation Board. More here.

"Dangerous Women Two" Coming to MCCC's Gallery
What do you get when you combine 70 of the region's most outstanding women artists with 70 women activists, adventurers and artists from the last century? You get a combustible mixture of art, history, and life. This multiple-media exhibition debuts in The Gallery at Mercer Sept. 4 through Oct. 6, with an opening reception Saturday, Sept. 8, 2 to 5 p.m. More here.

The Cooking is Set to Begin
Gain confidence in the kitchen, add innovative dishes to your family menu, and learn the secrets to preparing the perfect brunch or dinner party at The Culinary Center at Mercer this fall. Starting Sept. 8, classes combining demonstration and hands-on participation will be offered with top-notch area chefs. More here.

WWFM Plans Drive
The Fall 2007 WWFM Membership Campaign is scheduled for Oct. 19 - 26. WWFM The Classical Network, is listener supported public radio, relying on financial support to bring classical music programming to the area. Sponsors and volunteers are needed. WWFM membership volunteers answer listener telephone calls. Call (609) 587-8989. More here.

Coming to Kelsey/Studio Theatre

Aug 17-18 -- "Angels as We Fall"

Aug 17-28 -- "Once on This Island"

Kelsey Announces 2007-08 Season

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