KCC in the news: Monday, June 23, 2014

Blaze the mascot reads a recent edition of the Bruin student newspaper.

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Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the full posts.

General News

  • “New Garden Brings Community and Campus Together” (The GiveGab Chronicle, June 2014): “Kellogg Community College students and staff broke ground for a new community garden on its Battle Creek, Michigan campus in May.”
  • The June 19 edition of the Battle Creek Shopper News includes multiple articles related to Kellogg Community College.
  • “Get into the rhythm of summer” (Battle Creek Enquirer, June 18): ” Robotics Camp at Kellogg Community College will run July 7-10. Two camp sessions are open to students going into sixth through ninth grades.”
  • “KCC contract talks tabled for now” (Battle Creek Enquirer, June 19): “Kellogg Community College’s Board of Trustees have just one week to finalize its contract with the college president. KCC President Dennis Bona’s contract was originally going to be discussed at the board’s Wednesday night meeting, but it was removed from the agenda before the meeting.”
  • “Class Notes: KCC names Gold Key Scholarship recipients; KCC prof honored with award” (Battle Creek Enquirer, June 20): “Kellogg Community College announced 16 recipients of the KCC Foundation’s Gold Key Scholarship. … Barbara “B.J.” Simmons received the first Physical Therapist Assistant of the Year Award from Battle Creek AMBUCS, a local chapter of the nonprofit service organization dedicated to creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities. Barbara Simmons is a physical therapist assistant professor at Kellogg Community College.”
  • “Roses & Raspberries” (Battle Creek Enquirer, June 20): “The event wouldn’t have been successful without the support of the following volunteers and sponsors including, the Kellogg Company, Kellogg Community College, Radio Communications, Sweetwater’s Donut Mill, Calhoun County Water Resource Commissioner’s Office, City of Battle Creek, AECOM Technical Services of Michigan, American Water Works Association-Michigan Section, Enbridge, Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber, Interface H20, and the Michigan Water Environment Association.”
  • “Kellogg Community College awards Gold Key Scholarships to area students” (WTVB, June 21): “Five Branch County high school graduating student members of the Class of 2014 are among the 16 recipients of the Kellogg Community College Foundation’s Gold Key Scholarship, the college’s most prestigious scholarship.”
  • “B.C.’s Kimber wins car for hole in one during Big Red Open” (Battle Creek Enquirer, June 21): “‘I was just trying to get us on the green in our foursome in that scramble, and as soon as I hit the ball off the tee I knew I hit the ball well,’ said Kimber, a former pro shop worker at Battle Creek Country Club and Cedar Creek Golf Club who finished up at Kellogg Community College, now attends Grand Rapids Community College and who also now works for Atlas Sales.”
  • “KCC part-time student dean’s list” (Battle Creek Enquirer, June 22)
  • “MiBiz Growth Report: June 23, 2014” (MiBiz, June 22): “The services offered by Kellogg Community College’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center and the local Michigan Works! agency helped in making Battle Creek the final choice for the company, according to BCU.”

Athletics News

  • “Eight local softball players named All-State: Bronson has four earn state honors” (Sturgis Journal, June 18): “Colon’s Makayla Craun was selected First Team All-State. Last year she was a Division 4 Honorable Mention player for the Lady Magi. … Craun will be attending Kellogg Community College next season.”

For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest news releases online at https://daily.kellogg.edu/category/news-releases.