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Fort Morgan, CO 09/16/14 Morgan Community College Center of Arts and Community Enrichment (CACE) will welcome CEO and retired ‘2 Star’ Major General John L. Barry to the Fort Morgan campus on Thursday, October 9 at 7 p.m. Barry will speak first-hand about the 2003 Columbia Space Shuttle accident, and share lessons learned regarding technology, management, and organization.

Japanese Students Visit

Fort Morgan, CO. 09/16/14. Twenty-two years ago, Morgan Community College (MCC) became a sister school to Yamagata Prefectural College of Agriculture (YPCA) located in Shinjo, Japan, and has since welcomed YPCA students each subsequent year in a cultural exchange. This year was no exception; approximately sixty Japanese students visited and toured the Fort Morgan campus earlier this month.

Late Start Classes Beginning Soon at MCC

Fort Morgan, CO. 09/15/14. Morgan Community College (MCC) announces additional “late-start” class registration for eight- and ten-week courses that will begin in October. All classes conclude by December 9, 2014
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February 25, 2014 at 11:53 AM

Fort Morgan, CO. 02/25/14.  The Center for Arts and Community Enrichment at Morgan Community Image: “Marcia Washburn is well-known in the musical community in Morgan County, but it is her career as a speaker and author that will bring her to MCC on March 11 as she talks on her experiences in publishing.” College (MCC) welcomes Marcia Washburn as the next speaker in this year’s series. Her presentation, “Magazine Articles: The Door to Publication,” will be at noon on Tuesday, March 11 in Bloedorn Lecture Hall at MCC (920 Barlow Road, Fort Morgan).

“Many of us feel the urge to publish a book sometime in our lives,” says Washburn. “Perhaps we want to write a memoir to pass down to our grandchildren. Maybe we have an area of expertise to share. We might even wish to write the next Great American Novel. I’ll share my experience on how one goes about getting from an idea to a finished book.”

The brown bag lecture will highlight why writing articles and other smaller pieces first can pave the way for publishing larger works. Attendees will leave the presentation with a wealth of insights, inspiration, and handouts to take the next step toward publishing.

This event is free and open to the public. To learn more about Marcia Washburn, visit her website, www.marciawashburn.com. For more information about CACE, to reserve a seat online for this event, or to see a full list of calendar events, check out www.MorganCC.edu/CACE.

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