Psychology Club will hold a Halloween-themed bake sale in the A. Lincoln Commons on Oct. 30 and 31 from 10am-2pm.
Marnie Record, workforce specialist, was interviewed for an upcoming article for the “Trends in Green” section of College Planning and Management magazine.
I share this story (link below) because it was such a sharp contrast to the wonderful support I received from my Lincoln Land Community College family following the recent passing of my father. Countless phone calls, texts, messages, thoughts, and prayers. Beautiful flowers, touching cards, money, and food. This is a kind institution, filled with good-hearted people. Thank you all so very much. You are truly appreciated. – Judy Jozaitis Thank you from Judy Jozaitis
Ryan Roberts, faculty librarian, wrote this book review of “Levels of Life” by Julian Barnes for “Morris Chair,” a blog on sj-r.com by adjunct faculty Marty Morris.
The 10th Annual Multicultural Fest was a great success in its new location of the A. Lincoln Commons plaza. Students, faculty, staff and community members enjoyed entertainment including the headliner band, Xperimento, ethnic food and colorful displays. Restaurants, entertainers and exhibitors who have participated for five or more years were recognized in a ceremony, followed by the LLCC Madrigals. Entertainment was simulcast to ESAs who also had special activities.
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Michelle Burger, student events coordinator, was interviewed at the Multicultural Fest, along with several exhibitors and students, for WICS’s “Illinois Central” program, will air this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30 p.m.
Karen Sanders, executive director, LLCC Foundation; Leslie Johnson, director, LLCC-Litchfield/Hillsboro and Foundation board member Ken Elmore discussed the Grow Beyond endowment campaign on WSMI radio Oct. 2.
Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager, demonstrated an Indian dish on WICS Sunrise this Morning Oct. 1 and promoted the Multicultural Fest. Get the recipe here.
Students of Professor Pam Bradley’s hybrid nursing class participated Wednesday, Oct. 2 in a disaster simulation held at the Illinois Air National Guard facilities as members of the Red Cross response team. Some students worked at the simulation site, assessing injuries and prescribing treatment, while others treated those with minor wounds at an off-site triage center set up at the local Salvation Army.
The James S. Murray Gallery features the exhibit “Expressions in Pastel” by Tracey Maras, adjunct faculty in the LLCC Occupational Therapy Assistant program, now-Oct. 17. To learn more on Tracey’s exhibit and artistic endeavors, click HERE.
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