The Pronghorn Pronk

Moving forward by leaps and bounds….

September 2013, Volume 3, Issue 8 – Page 3

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Anne-Marie Crampton, Director Institutional Advancement

foundation-smThe Lamar Community College Foundation is poised to do great things for our students and college.  We need your assistance to make that possible. Well over 70% of our full-time employees (and many adjunct instructors) contributed to the Foundation last academic year, either through payroll deduction, an annual gift, or sponsorship of our golf tournament.  What message does that send to our communities and prospective donors, when WE FIRST GIVE?  Let’s make it to 100% by the end of the year!  Our Foundation Board is close to that goal, and we hope to issue to the challenge to our Advisory Council, program advisory boards.  Employees at the City of Lamar read more…

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Brenda Brown, Coordinator of Recruiting, Berna Griego Transfer Coordinator, and Jenna davis Admissions Counselor welcome Holly high school students on their first day back. Photos by Jenna Randle

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LCC Volleyball team joining in on the fun during Lamar’s Sand and Sage Fair Parade! Photos By Jenna Randle

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Samantha Jenkins, LCC Student, Contributer to the Pronghorn Pronk

With fall semester there’s a lot of coming and going as students and faculty struggle to get everything in order. From new classes to school supplies, and not to mention trying to find said classes, all members of LCC are definitely busy. Being busy has not slowed down the school’s honor society; Phi Theta Kappa. PTK is for students who work hard to accomplish an outstanding GPA of 3.5 while attending to their everyday activities and duties. In fact, PTK’s mission states that it recognizes and encourages the academic achievement of two year college students, and provides individual opportunity for growth development through honors, leadership, service, and fellowship. It goes without saying these students know that hard work is crucial to being a great student. read more…

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