Food pantry needs your help to restock shelves

The LLCC Food Pantry needs your help to restock its shelves. All faculty and staff are encouraged to bring an item from the list below to today’s fall 2017 Professional Development Day luncheon.

The items listed below are either out-of-stock or highly desired at this time. All food items must not be expired and single serve/individual portion items are preferred. To learn more about the food pantry, please contact LLCC Student Life by visiting the office located in the lower level of Menard Hall, calling 786-2241 or going to www.llcc.edu/food-pantry-list.

Food item donations:

  • Tuna/Chicken/Ham salad ready-to-eat kits
  • Easy peel opening cans of soup (microwave ready)
  • Ramen noodle cups (any flavor)
  • Ready-to-eat pasta meals (microwave ready)
  • Hormel complete meals
  • Trail mix
  • Fruit cups
  • Apple sauce
  • Jell-O or pudding cups
  • Cereal – single serving size
  • Breakfast bars
  • Oatmeal
  • Ready-to-eat rice meals
  • Juice (single servings like Juicy Juice)

Seasonal items (for upcoming holidays):

  • Cranberries
  • Green beans
  • Corn
  • Canned yams
  • Gift cards to grocery stores (Shop & Save, County Market, etc.)
  • Boxed mashed potatoes
  • Box stuffing
  • Turkey gravy

Thank you in advance for helping us live our mission of providing support to LLCC students in the area of supplemental health and wellness by providing reliable access to a sufficient quantity of nutritious food.

Soup & Stories on Native American Heritage Month Nov. 6

Native American Heritage Month posterLLCC Student Life and TRIO Student Support Services are hosting the Soup & Stories program, “Native American Heritage Month: Literature and Conversation,” today, Nov. 6, from noon-2 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room. Sheila Walk from the Springfield Area Arts Council will be reading an excerpt from the book, “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.” She will be accompanied by David Tell playing the Native American flute.

The program is open to the LLCC community, but geared toward the development of students. If faculty and staff are interested in attending there is just a $3 charge for the lunch.

Food pantry needs your help to restock shelves

The LLCC Food Pantry needs your help to restock its shelves. All faculty and staff are encouraged to bring an item from the list below to the fall 2017 Professional Development Day on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

The items listed below are either out-of-stock or highly desired at this time. All food items must not be expired and single serve/individual portion items are preferred. To learn more about the food pantry, please contact LLCC Student Life by visiting the office located in the lower level of Menard Hall, calling 786-2241 or going to www.llcc.edu/food-pantry-list.

Food item donations:

  • Tuna/Chicken/Ham salad ready-to-eat kits
  • Easy peel opening cans of soup (microwave ready)
  • Ramen noodle cups (any flavor)
  • Ready-to-eat pasta meals (microwave ready)
  • Hormel complete meals
  • Trail mix
  • Fruit cups
  • Apple sauce
  • Jell-O or pudding cups
  • Cereal – single serving size
  • Breakfast bars
  • Oatmeal
  • Ready-to-eat rice meals
  • Juice (single servings like Juicy Juice)

Seasonal items (for upcoming holidays):

  • Cranberries
  • Green beans
  • Corn
  • Canned yams
  • Gift cards to grocery stores (Shop & Save, County Market, etc.)
  • Boxed mashed potatoes
  • Box stuffing
  • Turkey gravy

Thank you in advance for helping us live our mission of providing support to LLCC students in the area of supplemental health and wellness by providing reliable access to a sufficient quantity of nutritious food.

Student Radiographer Association selling popcorn

The LLCC Student Radiographer Association (SRA) is selling Double Good popcorn to help raise funds for an upcoming student conference. Available flavors include Little Kettle That Could, In a Caramel Nutshell, My Main Cheese, Easy Peasy Caramel Cheesy, In Queso Fire and more. Package options range from snack bags to signature gift tins. View all the available flavors, package options and prices.

Wouldn’t these make great Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers? To place your order or for additional information, please contact the SRA advisors:  Sharon Cheek at Sharon.Cheek@llcc.edu or 786-2499, or Janelle Murphy at Janelle.Murphy@llcc.edu or 786-2408.  SRA will take orders up until Monday, Nov. 20.

Food pantry needs your help to restock shelves

The LLCC Food Pantry needs your help to restock its shelves. All faculty and staff are encouraged to bring an item from the list below to the fall 2017 Professional Development Day on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

The items listed below are either out-of-stock or highly desired at this time. All food items must not be expired and single serve/individual portion items are preferred. To learn more about the food pantry, please contact LLCC Student Life by visiting the office located in the lower level of Menard Hall, calling 786-2241 or going to www.llcc.edu/food-pantry-list.

Food item donations:

  • Tuna/Chicken/Ham salad ready-to-eat kits
  • Easy peel opening cans of soup (microwave ready)
  • Ramen noodle cups (any flavor)
  • Ready-to-eat pasta meals (microwave ready)
  • Hormel complete meals
  • Trail mix
  • Fruit cups
  • Apple sauce
  • Jell-O or pudding cups
  • Cereal – single serving size
  • Breakfast bars
  • Oatmeal
  • Ready-to-eat rice meals
  • Juice (single servings like Juicy Juice)

Seasonal items (for upcoming holidays):

  • Cranberries
  • Green beans
  • Corn
  • Canned yams
  • Gift cards to grocery stores (Shop & Save, County Market, etc.)
  • Boxed mashed potatoes
  • Box stuffing
  • Turkey gravy

Thank you in advance for helping us live our mission of providing support to LLCC students in the area of supplemental health and wellness by providing reliable access to a sufficient quantity of nutritious food.

Still time to drop off coats for Winter Warriors Coat Drive today

The LLCC Honors Program is collecting winter outerwear to share the warmth in our community! Donations can include winter coats, hats, scarves, gloves and blankets (new or gently used). The donation drive goes through today, Nov. 3. The collection station will be located in A. Lincoln Commons from  8 a.m.-5 p.m. with a drop box to place items. All donations will be distributed to the Family Violence Coalition.

Soup & Stories on Native American Heritage Month Nov. 6

Native American Heritage Month posterLLCC Student Life and TRIO Student Support Services are hosting the next Soup & Stories program, “Native American Heritage Month: Literature and Conversation,” on Monday, Nov. 6 from noon-2 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room. Sheila Walk from the Springfield Area Arts Council will be reading an excerpt from the book, “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.” She will be accompanied by David Tell playing the Native American flute.

The program is open to the LLCC community, but geared toward the development of students. If faculty and staff are interested in attending there is just a $3 charge for the lunch.

LLCC Honors Program holding Winter Warriors Coat Drive

The LLCC Honors Program is collecting winter outerwear to share the warmth in our community! Donations can include winter coats, hats, scarves, gloves and blankets (new or gently used). The donation drive goes through Friday, Nov. 3. The collection station will be located in A. Lincoln Commons from  8 a.m.-5 p.m. each day with a drop box to place items. All donations will be distributed to the Family Violence Coalition.