The Student Life Office would like to thank all who attended and also those who participated in Tuesday’s Veterans Day Ceremony including LLCC Trustee and State Representative Wayne Rosenthal, LLCC staff member Doris Williams, LLCC student veteran Chelsea Vance, LLCC student Ally Dodd and the American Legion Post 759 Color Guard. Also, thanks to the LLCC baseball team, athletic director/baseball coach Ron Riggle, Ashti Dawson-student veteran, and Tracy Johnson-LLCC Student Life student worker for their help placing the American flags around campus to honor our LLCC veterans. Their time and help in the rain was GREATLY appreciated. View more pictures of the Veterans Day Ceremony HERE.
Community Education is looking to add new classes in summer and fall 2015, and we need your help! Do you have a passion or hobby you would like to teach? Or, do you know someone who might? Individuals with skills in the following areas are encouraged to propose a new class for our program:
• Arts • Dance • Finance • Health/Wellness • Pets • Writing • Crafts and hobbies • History • Personal Development • Photography • and much more!
Contact Jamie Stout, director of Community Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dee Tarter, LLCC-Litchfield administrative assistant, and husband Ben welcomed a new addition to their family. Sydney Elaine was born at 3:21 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 11. She weighed 6 lbs., 11oz. Big sister Hannah is happy with the new arrival. Congratulations, Dee!
The Mehan family would like to express how thankful we are for all the cards, emails and the beautiful plant sent to us in remembrance of our mother, Betty Mehan. Your kindness and support were greatly appreciated during our time of loss.
Donate $5 to the American Diabetes Association and wear jeans tomorrow, Nov. 13. Money should be delivered to the Student Life Office today or tomorrow. The event is sponsored by the Black Student Union.
TODAY:19th annual Veterans Day Ceremony – reception at noon followed by the 12:30 p.m. ceremony in the A. Lincoln Commons. LLCC is honoring faculty, staff and students who are currently serving or have served our country. The public is invited to attend. This event is sponsored by the Student Life Office.
The Student Life Office is hosting a blood drive on Monday, Nov. 17 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Student Union, Menard Hall. You can donate on behalf of your favorite club and help them secure $75 in additional club funding! Walk-ins are welcome. Contact the Student Life Office if you have any questions.