Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the full posts.
- “Battle Creek celebrates Black History Month” (Community Voices): Soul Food Luncheon – Thursday, February 13, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Kellogg Room. Menu includes fried chicken, smoked ribs, jambalaya, macaroni and cheese, collard greens, sweet corn bread, candied yams, pound cake, pecan pie, and sweet tea prepared by KCC staff. Tickets are available in Student Life, students $5 and non-students $10. For more information contact Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 269/565-2634. … BLACK HISTORY MONTH FIELD TRIP: Charles H. Wright Museum and Motown Museum Home of Hittsville USA – Friday, February 21, 8:00 am – 8:00 pm, Detroit. Experience the history, art, and talent of African Americans. Tickets are available in Student Life, KCC students $30, staff/guest/general public $40. For more information contact Student Life at email@example.com or call 269/565-2634.”
- “Local sports calendar of events/local sports notices” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “The Battle Creek Central/Kellogg Community College Shootout Tournament is Saturday and Sunday, March 15-16, starting at 9 a.m. both days at both BCC and KCC. Tourney is for boys’ and girls’ teams in grades 3-6. Cost is $100 per team (three games guaranteed). To sign up or for more information, contact Kyle Klingaman at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dic Doumanian at email@example.com.”
- “Beacon Community Initiative: Battle Creek is on the move” (Battle Creek Enquirer): An opinion column written by community leaders including Teresa Durham and Eric Greene of KCC.
- “GRCC joins other community colleges in statewide marketing association” (The International News): “Officers are: President Eric Greene, director of public information and marketing at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek.”
- “Battle Creek man creates art from human hair” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Martinez has also shown his art around town at Kellogg Community College, Commerce Pointe, Bronson Battle Creek Hospital and elsewhere and he’s taken it on the road to South Haven and Grand Valley State University.” (This article appeared in several other media outlets online based around the nation, including the Sacramento Bee, Charlotte Observer, Island Packet and others.
- “27-year prison term inspires Battle Creek author: His first book pulls no punches” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Steiner is working with homeless veterans and at-risk teens and studying for a social work degree at Kellogg Community College.”
For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest press releases online at daily.kellogg.edu/category/press-releases.