Food service managers from Springfield District 186 schools will be serving lunch again today at 11:45 a.m. in Bistro Verde, Workforce Careers Center. No reservations are required; however, seating is limited in the Bistro. Guests may be directed to open classrooms or other seating areas to eat. Food will be served until it runs out. The food service managers have been learning to prepare lunches this week with local foods through a Workforce Development Value-Added Local Food course.
Read 2015 Outstanding Graduate Sister Mary Gianna’s essay, “The community I experienced at LLCC,” published June 7 in the State Journal-Register.
A class offered by LLCC’s Value-Added Local Foods program for District 186 cafeteria food service managers was featured on WICS news June 10. Marnie Record, workforce specialist, instructor Greg Christian and several students were interviewed.
“Make Dad’s day special with grilling sauces and marinades” by Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager, is this week’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the SJ-R.
The LLCC Library and I-SHARE Online Catalog, Vu-Find, will be unavailable from 5 p.m. on Friday, June 12, until approximately 8 a.m. Monday, June 15. During this time, we will be upgrading the I-SHARE systems software. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience that this might cause, and thank you for your patience while we complete the necessary system maintenance.
College for Kids is in need of recyclable materials for several classes this summer. Donations of clean 20-oz green plastic soda bottles, 16-oz clear plastic bottles, 2 liter plastic bottles and shoe boxes are greatly appreciated! Items can be taken to the Community Education office, Millennium 1135.
Faculty and staff can enjoy a free lunch today and tomorrow (Thurs.) prepared by food service managers from Springfield District 186 schools who are learning to cook from scratch with local food through a Workforce Development Value-Added Local Food course. Lunch is being served both days at 11:45 a.m. in Bistro Verde, Workforce Careers Center. No reservations are required. Food will be served until it runs out.
LLCC’s VALIC representative Terri Bailey is on campus TODAY to discuss financial planning in the VP conference room, Menard Hall. To schedule an appointment for today or another available date in June or July, click HERE.
Dee Krueger, new director at LLCC-Taylorville, was the subject of a feature article yesterday, June 7, in the Taylorville Breeze-Courier.
Sister Mary Gianna, LLCC’s 2015 outstanding graduate, wrote the LLCC essay in the State Journal-Register yesterday, June 7, entitled, “The community I experienced at LLCC.”
Food service managers from Springfield’s District 186 schools are learning to cook from scratch with local food through a Workforce Development Value-Added Local Food course. Faculty and staff are invited to lunch being prepared by the class. The free lunch is being served at 11:45 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, June 9-11, in Bistro Verde, Workforce Careers Center. No reservations are required. Food will only be served until it runs out.
July 1, 2015 is the date that LLCC goes smoke and tobacco-free. Quitting will not only improve your health, but save you money. Fines will be imposed for smoking on any LLCC-owned or operated property: $25 for the first offense and $50 for subsequent offenses.
There are resources to help you kick the habit.
Note: The link to the Police Department portal page is now working and documents are available.
With the beginning of a new term upon us, the Lincoln Land Community College Police Department would like to remind College staff and faculty to take a few minutes and refresh their memory in regard to what steps they need to take should an emergency situation occur on campus.
Some resources to help you include:
• Emergency Evacuation Maps – Posted in all classrooms and common areas on LLCC campuses, these maps depict routes of egress from your location, the location of the nearest Severe Weather Safe Areas, as well as the locations of Fire Alarm Pull Stations and Fire Extinguishers.
• Emergency Quick Reference Manuals – Posted in all classrooms and office areas [and available by request from the Campus Police Department], these handy reference guides provide quick and easy access to basic information concerning what to do in specific types of emergencies.
• Campus Emergency Response Manual (full text) – can be accessed by College employees at this portal site.
In addition, all faculty and administrators should review the guidelines for assisting physically disabled students/staff during an emergency. This information can also be found at the portal page listed above [in the third bullet point].
Keeping the Lincoln Land Community College campus community safe is a responsibility that rests with all of us, and on behalf of the LLCC Police Department, I thank you for your assistance!