The Campus Update Vol.6, Iss.12, 14 March 1984, p. 1

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CAMPUS UPDATE Volume 6 Issue 12 Alpena Community College, Alpena, MI March 14, 1984 Funds Provided For Placement Technician by Jackie Timm Alpena Community College is in the process of developing a Career — Guidance Placement Office. The Job Training Partnership Act has provided funds for Deborah Kinn, an ACC graduate, to work as a technician for six months. As a technician Kinn will begin a career placement and planning program for ACC students and graduates. She will also work with Frank McCourt, Placement Coordinator, who will supervise operations and§ serve as a guidance counselor. for employees and At Coffee House by Kevin Schalkofski If you're looking for some ans- wers, whether it’s about the state of the nation or the state of your love ‘life, the music of Doug Fast and Linda Missad gives and accurate and comical account of life and times in the 1980's. Scheduled to appear Friday, .March 16, at the Holiday Inn Holi- dome for ACC's first coffee house of the year, Fast and Missad are noted for their barbed humor about everything from daily politics to contemporary living. Their unique appeal stems from Fast’s lyrics, “humorous and at times ribald‘’ and Missad’s ‘‘command of diverse musical styles on the keyboards”. Even the most conservative fun- nybone will be tickled by their free performance scheduled for 7-10pm on Friday. This is another activity. offered free of charge to all ACC students, faculty, and staff by the Campus Activity Board. students. — = New Scecrilelae Det je Kinn assists IRS recruiter Carlos Gonzalez. ‘by Marti Hurford The Spirit in Alpena Community College’s homecoming theme “’Spi- rit Week” took its mid-term break early this semester as most students chose not to participate. Those who did decide to parti- cipate in Saturday’s, February 18, 1984, activities were not disapp- ointed. The basketball games prov- ed to be exciting, nailbiting match- es for the fifty spectators who watched ACC Women’s Alumni team versus Wurtsmith Women’s team and, Alpena Area Men’s Istructor Owen Lamb proudly “displays the Drafting Depts. new Cad-Cam Computer. The $107,000 unit we arrived almost a week late. Mr. Lamb looks relieved, = McCourt and Kinn will be in con- tact with employees on a regular basis. Also Kinn will be working to put on line the Michigan Occupa- tional Information Job Search, a computer program. to aid job searchers. She will also maintain daily contact with students in their search for both full and part-time jobs. Placement is not a new emphasis at ACC; it is just an effort to renew by budget cuts. Cooperation be- tween JTPA and ACC will build a == program which will fill a definite need. Alumni team versus ACC Mens Intramural All ‘Stars. Color was added to the games by the “Voice of ACC Basketball”, Ralph Diea- thelm, who is presently Station Manager of WATZ. The three-hundred votes cast throughout the Spirit Week result- ed in Barb Manning being crowned ACC's 1984 Homecoming Queen. Manning was sponsored by Circle K and escorted by John Loflin. Her 1984 court includes; First runner-up, Colby Mateure, spon- sored by BTA and escorted by continued on page 4 past projects which were affected Commencement Programs Set by Monica Jahnke Alpena Community College 1984 commencement exercises will be held Friday May 11 at 11:00 a.m., East Campus Gymnasium. Com- mencement for Wurtsmith — Air Force Base will be held Friday April 27, 1984 at 5:30 p.m., Wurt- smith Officers Club. The main campus commence- ment program consists of a stu- dent vocal trio, one guest speaker, and one student speaker. Invoca- tion and benediction. will be given by Reverend Charles Schultz, Hope — Lutheran Church. enceme | poolside. It will be an impersonal get-together with no speakers. Cost. for the luncheon is $4.00 per per- son. This is the first year that Alpena Community College will graduate students of a two-year nursing pro- gram. Graduates of this program receive an Associate in Applied _ Science in Nursing. Thursday, May 10, at 9:00 a.m., the Phi Theta Kappa honor society will meet for breakfast at the Hol- iday Inn, poolside. Phi Theta Kappa Gredeaee recieve ane honor cords and sct I be at this time. Seaese of the honor society are guests of the college and can bring guests for $3.75 each. Around 50 invitations to the hon- ors breakfast have been sent out. 112 students will attend the commencement ceremony. There are 194 on-campus graduates. The Wurtsmith Air Force Base commencement program will be highlighted by guest speaker, Bob Davis. A reception will follow at 6:15 p.m., ending with dinner at 7:00 p.m. There isan $8.00 fee for the dinner. Approximately 15 to 20 _ students will be attending the com- — mencement ceremony.

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