In the news

Bill Harmon, agriculture program coordinator, was interviewed by Brownfield Ag News about the groundbreaking for the new Kreher Agriculture Center.

WICS interviewed two students in Dr. Taiebeh Hosseinali’s Diversity of School and Society class regarding a fundraising project.

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Bill Harmon, ag program director, was interviewed by the Jacksonville Journal-Courier Oct. 3 for its upcoming Modern Farmer tab. The reporter also photographed ag students operating a drone at LLCC-Jacksonville. They were using the drone to take photos of the solar panel installations there.

Kyla Kruse, assistant director, public relations, wrote the essay, “Interested in LLCC? Visit us!” for the “Connections” section of the Sunday, Oct. 6 State Journal-Register.

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Michael Phelon, director, Open Door program, was interviewed yesterday by WTIM about the Open Door – Workforce Equity Initiative recently established with $1 million grant. The purpose of the initiative is to provide minority and low income individuals with career training that will lead to employment locally in less than a year.

Quiznos at LLCC was nominated for the 15 Under Fifteen Award by the Springfield Business Journal. The award recognizes locally owned small businesses.

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The announcement of the $1 million grant for the Open Door – Equity Initiative was covered by WICS/FOX55, WCIA and WAND TV news, WFMB/Sports Radio 1450, the State Journal-Register and The Lamp student newspaper. Interviewees were Wayne Rosenthal, chair of the LLCC Board of Trustees; Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president; and Michael Phelon, director, Open Door program.

Dee Krueger, director, LLCC-Taylorville, was interviewed yesterday about spring registration, Multicultural Fest, Mental Health Awareness Day and LLCC-Taylorville Visit Day on the WTIM morning talk show.

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Dr. Carmen Allen, professor of computer science, was interviewed by WICS/FOX Illinois about cybsecurity issues for organizations.

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Bill Harmon, agriculture program coordinator, wrote “LLCC Agriculture Program Fall 2019 Update” for the special farm section of the Taylorville Breeze Courier Sept. 15. Bill will also be interviewed Monday (today) by WTAX on the new Kreher Agriculture Center.

In the news

The groundbreaking for the new Kreher Agriculture Center was covered by WICS/FOX55 and WCIA TV news, WFMB/Sports Radio 1450, the State Journal-Register and The Lamp student newspaper. Interviewees were Wayne Rosenthal, chair of the LLCC Board of Trustees; Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president; Bill Harmon, ag program coordinator; Aaliyah Kissick, student trustee; Skye Kretzinger, Ag Club president; James Kemper, Demonica Kemper Architects; and Evelyn Brandt Thomas, major donor and longtime friend of LLCC Agriculture.