The LLCC Culinary Institute is a co-sponsor of the Taste of Home Cooking School at the Prairie Capital Convention Center this evening. The event begins at 7 p.m. but doors open at 4 p.m. for live cooking demonstrations, samples and booths. The Culinary Institute will have two tables and will be demonstrating various cooking techniques. Taste of Home Culinary Specialist Karen Davis visited a culinary class at LLCC Thursday. Culinary students will be assisting at the event.
For more information on the event, click HERE.
“Community” is in the middle of our name: Lincoln Land Community College. Because we care about and serve our community, we hope you will consider a gift to the community giving campaign through United Way. The campaign continues through tomorrow, Nov. 8. A small deduction from your paycheck can make a big difference in someone’s life.
Our community campaign is unique. If you have a special cause you support, or if you live outside Sangamon County and want to give to a local organization, you can designate your gift to one or more 501c3 charities. Or, you can give an undesignated donation to serve the greatest needs of the Sangamon County community.
Please contact your employee representative for more information or send your form to them today! Tiffany Andrews (6.2752) HR (M-1223), Nicole Ralph (6.2342) HR (M-1225), Soodi Nassirpour (6.2415) ITS (M-1205), Tara Walk (6.4935) (S-1109).
Kathy Rem, retiring food editor at the State Journal-Register, mentioned LLCC in her final column Nov. 6, referring to how the city’s food scape has changed since she began her column in 2000: “Lincoln Land College’s state-of-the-art teaching kitchens in the new Workforce Careers Center, where chefs of the future are being trained and local residents have a chance to learn new skills as well.”
The Environmental Health & Safety Team met October 21. Among business conducted, the team discussed a possible Fragrance/Aroma Policy and updates on the E-cigarettes Policy. Click HERE to read the full meeting minutes.
Public Relations and Marketing won two silver awards for best outdoor advertising (School for the Job billboard) and best ad series (COLLEGE SUCCESS) and a bronze award for best annual report (2011-12) at the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 3 Conference Nov. 3-5 in Columbus, Ohio.
The Student Government Association (SGA) and Logger Activities Board (LAB) won two awards at the Illinois Community College Student Activities Association Fall Student Leadership Conference in Gurnee. The SGA received the 2013 Ed Snyder Merit Award for excellence in programming during the 2012-2013 academic year and the LAB received the 2013 Low Cost or No Cost Creative Marketing Award for the 4th year in a row for the “Bundle the Babes” event.
LLCC was included in the SJ-R editorial Tuesday. Michael Higgins, chef/owner of Maldaner’s restaurant, received a grant to install solar panels on the restaurant rooftop from the Illinois Green Economy Network through a partnership with LLCC that enables students to follow the installation process and track energy savings. Read more HERE.
Diane Liesen, director of the Neurodiagnostic Technology (NDT) Program, recently passed the exam of the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET) for Certification in (neurophysiologic) Long-Term Monitoring (CLTM). This adds to Diane’s specialty credentials in Electroencephalography (EEG) and Evoked Potential (EP) studies.
Jason Waddell, Brick House Brass Quintet and Blackwater Strings Ensemble will perform Sunday, Nov. 10 as part of the LLCC Recital Series. The 4 p.m. concert is free and open to the public and will be held in the Trutter Center on the LLCC campus. Click HERE for information about the performers.
Judy Wagenblast, director of Community Education, was interviewed Sunday, Nov. 3 by WICS-TV and The State Journal-Register about the Antiquarian Book and Paper Fair held in Trutter Center. Read the story HERE.
Scott Stallman was interviewed Nov. 4 on WTIM’s “Ask The Professional.” He discussed the LLCC Board of Trustees approval of a resolution to seek approval from ICCB to renovate the original LLCC-Taylorville building. He also discussed upcoming spring registration, Community Education workshops and student activities at LLCC-Taylorville.
Marianne Klein, research analyst, and her husband, Jared, welcomed their daughter, Emmy Julianne, born Friday, Nov. 1. Emmy weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 20.5 inches. Mom and Emmy are home and doing well. Congratulations!