The LLCC Board of Trustees will meet Wednesday, May 27, at 5:15 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room of Menard Hall.
Mark Hardiman, professor of theatre, appeared on Good Day Illinois on Fox 55 May 21 to promote “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” to be presented by LLCC Theatre and Theatre in the Park beginning May 29.
Click HERE for ticket and more information.
Thanks to all faculty and staff who made a donation to the LEAGUE campaign this year. The Foundation is thrilled to announce that a total of $54,470 was raised from 164 people who made a gift or pledge to the campaign! This total represents a nearly 39 percent participation rate among faculty and staff.
Funds from the LEAGUE campaign directly support LLCC students through scholarships, grants and more. Given the ever increasing demands on individual and family budgets, the Foundation is grateful that faculty and staff give so generously in support of the students of LLCC.
Congratulations to Keven Tait, ARH instructor, for winning the second $150 cash prize at the end of the LEAGUE campaign. It’s not too late to contribute. If you still wish to give, stop by the Foundation, level one Menard Hall, or give us a call at 62785. You can direct how your donation will be used to support students and programs at Lincoln Land and receive a gift in return.
The Professional Advisory Committee is hosting a “meet and greet” for professional staff members TODAY from 1-3 p.m. in A. Commons. Stop by for refreshments and to talk with committee members.
If you would like to promote an event, the Student Life Office is here to help! We can accept up to 12 posters for related LLCC-sponsored events (21 if you wish to advertise at the ESAs) and up to seven posters for community events. Simply take the posters to the Student Life Office and we will take care of posting them for you. For more information on our posting guidelines, please visit: http://www.llcc.edu/student-life/student-life-services/bulletin-board-posting/
Thanks for helping us spread the news on all the great LLCC student and community events!
LLCC was mentioned in this letter which ran in the May 19 issue of the SJ-R–Letter: Thank an emergency medical worker this week.
Ron Riggle, baseball coach and athletic director, was interviewed for 30 mins. on Sports Radio 1450 in the afternoon sports show May 20. The subject: the Loggers in the national championship, beginning Saturday!
“The well-stocked pantry” is the latest Epicuriosity 101 column by culinary operations manager Nancy Sweet. She has some great tips for the basics we all need in our pantries.
Congratulations to the Loggers baseball team on its win against John Wood Community College Tuesday to claim the NJCAA Division II Region XXIV championship title. The Loggers advance to the NJCAA Division II World Series in Enod, Okla. They play at noon this Saturday against Frederick Community College. Coach Ron Riggle commented, “I’m so proud of them. Our guys fought very hard and they never gave up.”
Congrats also to the Loggers softball team on a tremendous season. The Lady Loggers just returned from the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Clinton, Miss., placing fifth in the nation. Their overall record was 45-14.
For more news about the Loggers, go to http://lincolnlandloggers.com/. Go, Loggers!
I’d like to express a sincere thank-you to the very caring and supportive people that make LLCC such a great place to belong. Your condolences on the passing of my mother were very thoughtful and much appreciated.
Thank you, Janelle
Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager, was interviewed May 19 for a July SO magazine article regarding LLCC’s culinary arts program.
Theatre in the Park and LLCC Theatre present one of Shakespeare’s earliest romantic comedies, “The Two Gentlemen of Verona,” May 29, 30, 31, June 4, 5 and 6 at 8 p.m. at Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site. Tickets are now available online. Tickets are also available by calling 217.632.5440, Wednesdays through Fridays, noon–5 p.m. or noon-8 p.m. on show nights.
Directed by Mark Hardiman, LLCC professor of theatre, the play explores the pursuit of love and how ridiculous four young lovers may behave on their varied journeys to true love. “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” is considered one of Shakespeare’s earliest plays. It deals with love and rivalry and includes some of the Bard’s most memorable foolish servants and sassy young women. READ MORE