Rich Teeter, professor, agri-business management, was interviewed June 11 by WICS at the state FFA convention.
Participants in College for Kids in Jacksonville were photographed June 11 for the Jacksonville Journal-Courier.
Dental assistant students from the Capital City Training Center assisted at a free dental day event at Advanced Dental Care June 13, which was covered by several media. Free extractions, fillings and cleanings were offered to adults.
Misty Hagstrom, graphic design specialist, Public Relations and Marketing, and Andrew Blaylock, director of campus services, are LLCC’s latest graduates of Leadership Springfield, sponsored by the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce. A graduation ceremony was held May 21. Congratulations!
Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager will be doing cooking demonstrations with free samples Thurs., May 15 at the Farmer’s Market, State Fairgrounds (strawberry salad), and
Sat., May 17, 1-5 p.m. at the Art of Illinois Wine Festival downtown (1 – Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops with Hot Pepper Peach Sauce; 2 – Grilled Oysters with Compound Butters; 3 – Grilled Mahi Mahi with Pesto Potato Salad and Basil Vinaigrette; 4 – Grilled Shrimp and Chorizo Skewers with Orzo Salad.
Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager, and Jolene Adams of the Culinary Institute demonstrated recipes and gave samples to the crowd at the Indulge event for women at White Oaks Mall May 8. Terri Hinrichs, recruitment coordinator, represented the college at the event also.
On Tuesday, April 29, members of the LLCC ADN Student-Faculty Committee visited McClernand Elementary to deliver 800 box tops, collected during this school year. This is the second year the club has collected for the school, which utilizes the box top program for things such as classroom supplies, library books, playground equipment and more. Photographed L-R: Lori Beldon, school administrator Karen Sutherland, Brittany Perkins & club advisor Janet Moulton.
On Thursday, May 1, members of the LLCC ADN Student-Faculty Committee visited the Sojourn Shelter with club advisor Brenda Michel to make a donation of 3 boxes full of supplies that the ADN Student-Faculty Committee collected this semester. Photographed L-R: Ashley Hartman, Soujorn Shelter CEO Angela Bertoni, Cassandra Barry and club advisor Brenda Michel.
Thom Whalen, professor of art, has been selected to exhibit paintings, prints and sculpture at “Focus 4: Four Solo Exhibitions” at the Illinois State Museum Chicago Gallery, now through August 15. The gallery is located in the James R. Thompson Center, 100 West Randolph. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A press release from the gallery states: Thom Whalen’s (Chatham IL) art has a glow like stained glass; a psychedelic, highly crafted world of writhing sensual forms stretched taught across the picture plane. Whether monochromatic or with saturated color, Whalen’s paintings hard peddle the art of horror vacui, punctuating every square inch of the canvas with graphically stunning imagery. Curated by Robert Sill, Assistant Director of Art, Illinois State Museum, Springfield.
Thom will conduct a gallery talk at the museum Friday, April 25 at 4 p.m.
LLCC-Taylorville students were encouraged to gather information and consider becoming an organ donor at a table set up in the student lounge on Monday, April 7 and Wednesday April 9. Pictured is Nicole Brownfield, LLCC-Taylorville Loggers Activities Board student worker.
Lincoln Land Community College is 1 of 21 colleges participating in the Secretary of State’s “Be A Hero Campaign” to promote organ/tissue donor awareness and to increase registration in Illinois. A press conference was held Tuesday, April 8 to promote the efforts of the LLCC Honors Club in promoting this effort. To view photos from the event, click HERE. For more information, visit the LLCC “Be a Hero Campaign” Facebook Page.
Congratulations to Dr. Wendy Howerter, dean, District Learning Resources, who was elected President-elect of the Illinois Council of Community College Administrators. She will move to president next year and past president the following year.
Nancy Sweet and Jolene Adams of the culinary program performed food demos Friday at the downtown Hilton for a Women’s Health Fair, promoting the culinary opportunities at LLCC. Click HERE for the yummy recipe they prepared!