You can make a difference if you shop on Amazon for Prime Day deals yet today, July 16. Simply shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/37-1360597, and AmazonSmile donates to Lincoln Land Community College Foundation! To date, 62 people have helped raise nearly $1,500 to benefit students at LLCC simply by shopping through AmazonSmile. You can join these supporters by using the link above. Imagine how much more assistance the Foundation could provide with even more supporters!
You can make a difference if you shop on Amazon for deals on Prime Day, July 15, or July 16. Simply shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/37-1360597, and AmazonSmile donates to Lincoln Land Community College Foundation! To date, 62 people have helped raise nearly $1,500 to benefit students at LLCC simply by shopping through AmazonSmile. You can join these supporters by using the link above. Imagine how much more assistance the Foundation could provide with even more supporters!
The LLCC Foundation has some Kolanchoe plants (red and yellow), a few ferns and umbrellas that were used as decorations at the 13th Annual Gala, “Singing in the Rain,” this past weekend that are available for purchase. All items are $5 each and located in the Foundation office.
It’s not too late to make your annual contribution to the LLCC Foundation through the LEAGUE Campaign. Donate to LEAGUE by Tuesday, April 30 to be entered into a drawing for some great prizes including $150 cash donated by members of the LLCC Cabinet. Complete the LEAGUE contribution form and return to the Foundation to be entered into the drawing.
Thank you to those who have donated more than $42,000 so far. Your gift makes an impact on the lives of our students by supporting scholarships, grants and more.
Congratulations to Holly Gietl the winner of $205 from the LEAGUE 50/50 drawing and to Joe Hoff who won the first $150 LEAGUE cash prize which was donated by members of the LLCC Cabinet.
Thanks to all who purchased tickets in support of the LEAGUE campaign which benefits our programs and students like Aaliyah Kissick, who spoke at the LEAGUE luncheon about the impact that faculty and staff at LLCC have had on her.
If you would like to make a donation to the LEAGUE campaign to help students like Aaliyah, please complete the 2019 enrollment form and return to the LLCC Foundation office. Make your donation by April 30, and you will be eligible to win an additional $150 in cash!
For more information call the Foundation at 786-2785.
As announced at the LEAGUE Kickoff on Tuesday, nearly $10,000 was awarded for LEAGUE grants for the following:
Community Education/Youth Enrichment Services – to purchase equipment and curriculum for the STEM program, “Ready, Set, Drone! at LLCC”
EMS Program – infant airway management trainer
Health Professions – provide students with hands-on experience with the mass disaster training simulation;
Adult Education – 100 GED Ready Practice vouchers and GED test vouchers
Financial Aid – two iPads, screen protectors and cases for the FAFSA mobile application
LLCC-Jacksonville/CAS – laptop for virtual interpreter services
Math and Sciences – to furnish the anatomy & physiology room with new models
Nursing – updated iPads for the nursing simulation lab
These grants are made possible by donations to the LEAGUE Campaign. It’s not too late to contribute. Please complete the 2019 enrollment form and return to the Foundation office. If you make a contribution by the end of the day on Friday, March 29, you will be entered into the drawing for the first $150 cash prize, donated by members of the LLCC Cabinet. Purchase 50/50 drawing tickets by 5 p.m. on Friday as well in the Foundation.
Please join us in congratulating this year’s LLCC winners of the Paul Simon Essay Contest. Our first place winner will be forwarded on to the statewide competition for a chance to win a $500 scholarship. Congratulations to our local winners, and good luck, Ashley, in the state contest!
First place: Ashley Berry
Second place: Tyler Berola
Third place: Emily Russel
Thank you to the LLCC Foundation and the LLCC Bookstore for donating prizes.
LLCC recently received the gift of portable X-ray equipment from Memorial Medical Center in collaboration with BJC for use in the LLCC associate degree radiography lab. A portable X-ray machine is used to take diagnostic images of patients who cannot be transferred to a stationary unit.
“We thank Memorial Medical Center for their generosity,” said Karen Sanders, executive director, LLCC Foundation. “The portable X-ray machine makes a great addition to the state-of-the-art equipment available to our students and allows them to practice on the same equipment they will find on the job.”
“Our students will have hands-on experience with this technology and be better prepared for their role as X-ray students at the clinical sites they attend as part of their education,” added Janelle Murphy, director of the LLCC radiography program.
All faculty and staff are invited to join the LEAGUE Committee for the Fabulous LEAGUE Campaign Kickoff on Tuesday, March 26, in the Student Union beginning at 11:45 a.m. But first, join us for the LEAGUE Poker Run starting today! Visit each of the five participating locations (or email the contact person if located off-site) to draw a playing card. The person with the best poker hand wins and will receive a prize. The winner will be announced at the LEAGUE Kickoff. View rules and the Poker Run Hand Sheet. Not a poker player? View the poker hand ranking sheet.
Don’t forget to bring some cash when you stop by the LLCC Foundation office so you can purchase your 50/50 tickets ($1 each or six for $5).
Nineteen eligible nominations were received for the 2019 Drs. Raymond and Ann Pearson Master Teacher Award. The award annually recognizes an exceptional full-time, faculty member for his or her professional contributions to LLCC. The 2019 award recipient will be announced at the annual faculty and staff recognition ceremony.
Dr. Deborah Brothers, professor of English
Dave Cox, professor of biology
Marlene Emmons, professor of English
Dr. Joe Hoff, professor of Spanish
Dr. Paul Hudson, professor of business
Rebecca Miller-McGrath, assistant professor of psychology