Lamar Community College is currently accepting vendor applications for the 44thAnnual Art, Craft & Food Festival set for November 10. Vendor space is limited, so any interested businesses are encouraged to submit the application as soon as possible to reserve their space.
Vendor applications are available online at lamarcc.edu/about-lcc/communityinvolvement. Applications are due by October 22.
Lamar Community College will celebrate the completion of its new Learning Garden with a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday, September 20, at 10:30 a.m. The celebration is open to the public and will include light refreshments.
The Learning Garden, located on the grounds just south of the Betz Technology Center, was made possible by a grant from the Colorado Garden Foundation and the hard work of students and faculty in the Agriculture, Construction Trades, and Renewable Energy programs.
Local and area students from Colorado are among 616 who completed associate, bachelor's or graduate degrees at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, in the summer 2018 term.
Graduates are listed with their degrees and majors and, in parentheses, areas of concentration. The university conferred 149 graduate degrees (master's, Education Specialist and Doctor of Nursing Practice), 454 bachelor's degrees and 13 associate degrees.
Lopes Open Season 4-1 at Quiznos Classic
The Lamar Community College volleyball team is off to its best start since 2013 after going 4-1 at the Quiznos Classic last weekend.
The host Lopes defeated its first three opponents in straight sets before beating Cisco in five and suffering its first loss in four sets to Butler.
Each year, Lamar Community College offers two courses for students and community members interested in learning how to prepare and file tax returns: Individual Income Tax Preparation (ACC 132) and a Lab Practicum (ACC 133).
The Colorado State University Extension office in Pueblo is offering two opportunities to learn how to make your own pickled foods at home.
The three-hour hands-on sessions cover pickling fruits, vegetables and relishes.
The Lopes know that whatever the 2018 season has in store for them, it won't come easy, but it will be worth it.
With only four returners joined by 11 newcomers, the Lamar Community College volleyball team will rely now more than ever on its strong culture, veteran leadership and team unity as they fight through a schedule peppered with perennial powerhouses and National Tournament hopefuls.