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The “Body Shop” Science Camp Success

Fort Morgan, CO. 07/21/16. Thirty-four incoming 8th through 12th graders from around Morgan County recently participated in the week long “Body Shop” science camp hosted in partnership by Morgan Community College (MCC) and Eben Ezer Lutheran Care Center.

U.S. Air Force Falconaires to be featured during Swing Fest

Fort Morgan, CO. 07/20/16. Morgan Community College Center for Arts and Community Enrichment (CACE), in partnership with the Glenn Miller Swing Fest Committee will be presenting a free concert by the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Falconaires on Friday, July 29 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Glenn Miller Auditorium at Fort Morgan High School (709 Riverview Avenue).

For a Sixth Year, MCC Named a "Great College to Work For"

Fort Morgan, CO. 07/19/16. For the sixth consecutive year, Morgan Community College (MCC) has been named one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
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June 19, 2014 at 10:09 AM

Fort Morgan, CO. 06/19/14.  Morgan Community College (MCC) student Bernie Watson saw a need inBernie Watson (left) assists MCC Maintenance Staff Greg Schehrer unload an auto rotisserie sponsored by local body shops. the College’s auto collision repair shop. Rather, the College was asked to return the auto rotisserie that it had been loaned, leaving the shop without a lift.

“I enrolled at MCC because I enjoy repairing cars,” says Watson. “Last year I purchased a 1965 Mercury Comet Caliente with hopes to restore to its original condition. When I found out that Tim was going to need another auto rotisserie, I put in some phone calls.”

“Bernie and I were able to find several sponsors for the new lift,” continues his wife, Deborah Jorisch Watson, CPA. The Watson’s, together with Joe Fuentes of 3 Amigos Auto Body, Larry's Auto Body Repair and Painting, Griffith Auto Body LLC, and Restorations by Troy, were able to acquire the equipment.

“[MCC Instructor] Tim Grauberger does a great job with these students,” adds Watson. “I don’t know if the kids realize coming into the program how hard they are going to work. But they like Tim; he makes the process of learning engaging.”

For more information about how you can donate to the MCC Foundation scholarship fund, visit www.morgancc.edu and select “Giving,” contact Kelly.Rasmussen@morgancc.edu, or call (970) 542-3107.

To find out more about enrolling in a program at MCC, visit www.MorganCC.edu, stop by an MCC Center nearest you, or call 800-622-0216.

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