Recent Event Highlights: Remembering Stephanie Marie Jones, Health Care Stakeholder Discussion: Health Disparities, JCCC Board of Trustees Meeting 3-26-09, JCCC Board of Trustees Meeting 4-15-09, Stephanie Jones Car Accident, and 4 more...
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"The empty tomb that first Easter morning was the answer to Job's question, 'If a man die, shall he live again?'" President Thomas S. Monson speaks at the Sunday morning session of the April 2010 General Conference. Read the entire talk: bit.ly
Vea y comparta un nuevo video del mensaje mormón "Mi nueva vida", para ver la historia inspiradora de una mujer que no sólo sobrevivió un grave accidente sino que ahora es un gran ejemplo de valor, amor y fe en Jesucristo por medio de quien todo está bien.
This is an amazing girl who is going to be greatly missed. We love you, RaRa, and always will. The song is Slipped Away by Avril Lavigne. (Sorry if the pictures of her are blurry.)
Stephanie Marie Jones passed away in a car accident on September 16, 2009. She was 18 years old, attending college, and had a bright future ahead of her. She will be very missed. This video is dedicated to her family and friends. But it is ultimately dedicated to her, and to keeping her memory alive.
Director of the White House Office on Health Reform Nancy-Ann DeParle, Tina Tchen, and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius host a stakeholder discussion on disparities in health care for minorities and low-income Americans. June 9, 2009. (Public Domain)
KOMA Board chair Shirley Brown-VanArsdale asked Mark Ferguson, college counsel, to communicate the findings and results of an inquiry and investigation as to whether the college violated the Kansas Open Meetings Act during an executive session of the board meeting on Feb. 19. Ferguson reviewed statements made in the media, notes made when investigating the matter, the minutes of the meeting, relevant statutes, and interpretation of KOMA both by the Kansas courts and the office of the attorney general. He also spoke with the Kansas attorney generals office and an assistant district attorney in Johnson County. After a complete review of the facts and circumstances surrounding the allegations, he is of the opinion that no violations of KOMA occurred at the February meeting and that the board fully complied with the Kansas Open Meetings Act and with its own board policies related to conducting an executive session. Faculty Association Mike Martin, president of the Faculty Association, reviewed aspects of the current negotiation process and announced the associations endorsement of four candidates for the board election: Bob Drummond, Peter Jouras, Melody Rayl and Stephanie Sharp. Student Senate Andre Jones, Senate president, gave the board an overview of upcoming events, such as Daffodil Day on March 27 and a rally to show appreciation for the colleges championship teams on April 1. Foundation Trustee Don Weiss reviewed upcoming Foundation events, including the Dollars for ...
Awards and recognition •The board welcomed the president and staff members from University College of the North, Manitoba, Canada, who are on campus to look at the colleges partnership with Burlington Northern Santa Fe and other learning opportunities. •Dr. Sean Daley, assistant professor, anthropology, was recognized for the work he has done with and for Native American populations. •JCCCs mens basketball team and womens half-marathon team were honored for winning national championships. The volleyball team was recognized for being second in the national tournament. •The Nerman Museum has seen an increase in visitors of more than 18 percent in the first three months of the year, from 14495 in 2008 to 17239 in 2009. Actions taken · The board approved the treasurers report. · The board approved clinical affiliate agreements for students in health care professions programs. · The board approved new classes in animation, anthropology, biology, web, English, physical education, journalism, mathematics and psychology and a new career certificate in animation and game art. · The board approved a proposal from HMN Architects, Inc., for architectural services and associated subconsultant services for the Health Services Educational Center at Olathe Medical Center, in an amount not to exceed 5.75 percent of the guaranteed maximum price construction cost. The estimated cost for architectural services is approximately $723750, plus usual and customary reimbursable expenses. · The ...
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Simon's Rock College cast singing "Tear Down This Wall!" from the musical Dreaming In East Berlin (which may be renamed to....you guessed it, Tear Down This Wall!) The next step with this song is to build on the "gimme patience" section with more instruments and possibly synthesized sounds. This music is copywritten, so please no replication or, as Patsy Stone says, "I WILL KILL YOU!!!!" Rich Vaden - Artem Noah Appelbaum - Alex Tom Morini - Simon Hannah K. MacDonald - Mary Mac Dobbins - Juliana Ensemble: (LR) Daemien Collins, Melanie Snyder, Harry Marker, Stephanie Waldo, Gigi Teeley, Alexis Koda, Carissa Dagenais, Briana Wolf, Cody Jones Book/Music/Lyrics: Tom Morini More videos coming soon from this show. If you want to collaborate or help in any way with this show, feel free to message me with your interest/ability/location. At this point, mostly looking for people in the NYC area who have good musical intuition and can add an element to the music that may be out of my ability. I'm going to shamelessly tag this video with other people so as to get more hits. Hey, I'm honest.