Lamar Community College Expands Summer Course Offerings

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Lamar Community College has expanded its upcoming schedule and will be offering several exciting new courses during the summer semester.   

"Higher education is about exploration, creativity, and continuing to grow as individuals," commented Dr. Annessa C. Stagner, Dean of Academic Services at LCC.  "We've redesigned our summer offerings with this in mind, meeting the needs of both those who are seeking degrees and those who wish to take courses for individual development."

Eads FFA Livestock Sale Announced

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The Eads FFA Livestock sale day will be Saturday, April 16, from 9 AM - 12 PM. All animals were born at the Eads FFA farm and have been raised by Eads FFA members. They will be weaned prior to the sale and ready to take home that day.

We have boer goats, both wethers and does, for sale, as well as Columbia cross sheep, both wethers and ewes. We are very proud of our crop of lambs and kids this year, and we believe that they will be very competitive at any fair they go to.

LCC Names New Head Volleyball Coach

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The Lamar Community College Runnin' Lopes volleyball program will be under the direction of new head coach Dante Geoffrey in 2016 and beyond.

"We are excited to have Dante as our new head volleyball coach," remarked LCC Athletic Director and Head Baseball Coach Scott Crampton.  "He comes from a very strong program in the Region IX-North subdivision, and I've already been very impressed with his professionalism and work ethic.  The LCC Volleyball program will certainly take off under his direction."

Search for Lamar Community College President Opens

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The national search for a president of Lamar Community College (LCC) has begun, announced Dr. Nancy McCallin, president of the Colorado Community College System (CCCS).  The search is necessary to replace John Marrin, who is retiring, after eight years at the helm of LCC. 

"We are excited to start the search," McCallin said. "The position is being widely advertised in both local and national media sources. This is a first-rate college that is known for offering students greater value and personal attention."

Sign-ups for T-Ball, Softball and Baseball Next Week


Eads Summer Ball will have sign ups for T-Ball, Baseball, and Softball on Wednesday March 30th and Thursday March 31st from 4:00-6:00 in the high school hallway.  Players must be 4 years old to play t-ball and we will also need a copy of their birth certificate if it is their first year playing ball.  Any questions,please contact Monica Uhland 691-9775.  If possible, please fill out forms that are attached and bring them to sign ups.

Monica Uhland

LCC President Marrin Announces Retirement

John Marrin, Lamar Community College's president for the past eight years, has recently announced his decision to retire. 

Marrin said that leaving is bittersweet and that he will miss the LCC family, but having spent 40 years in higher education he thought it was time to retire.  He made this decision after careful consideration, confident that the college is in great condition.