Fort Morgan, CO. 07/06/17. Morgan Community College (MCC) Center for Arts and Community Enrichment (CACE) has created a new coordinator position to further its mission of enhancing the quality of lives in the community through artistic, cultural, social, and intellectual activities and events.
MCC is pleased to announce Suzanna Spears as the new CACE Coordinator. In her new role, Spears will manage the CACE schedule of events, organize the marketing, and be the community’s point of contact. She will work closely with CACE committees in coordinating events and with the MCC Foundation to obtain sponsorships to further grow fine arts in northeastern Colorado.
“Suzanna is well known for her incredible passion for MCC’s students, and deep knowledge about the college and community. Her wealth of information and enthusiasm will take CACE to a higher level and benefit the community tremendously.” said MCC President Dr. Curt Freed.
Again this year, CACE has numerous visual artists, guest speakers, and performances lined up to enhance and enrich Morgan County. Twenty events are currently planned for the coming season, including MCC’s own Jazz Ensemble performing at this year’s Glenn Miller Swing Fest in August, an exhibit by local photographer Jon Yamamoto, guest speaker engagements featuring brand manager Len Hernstein and veteran author Brad Hoopes, a concert by the U.S.A.F. A Wild Blue Country, and a night of short films from the Boulder International Film Festival.
To view the full CACE calendar of events or to find out more on how to sponsor and help bring more performances and events to Morgan County, please visit www.MorganCC.edu/CACE.