Seward County Community College’s Business & Industry Office is offering Kids College 2008 this July.
Classes are 8-10 a.m. or 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., July 14-17 and July 21-24 beginning in the SCCC Student Union.
Children Grades 1-7 are invited to participate in: Session I—July 14-17, 8-10 a.m., grades 1-2: animal crafts and beginning softball; grades 1-4: beginning cheerleading, fish mobile or kids calendars; grades 3-4: basketball 101 and intro to improv; grades 3-7: I hate to write or treasure hunters; grades 4-7: challenge.
Session I, 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., will include: grades 1-2: bangles, bows & bracelets; grades 1-3: swim lessons; grades 1-4: fish mobile; grades 3-7: chess, I hate to write and origami jewelry; sewing creations and treasure hunters; grades 4-7: computer creations; and grades 5-7: archery, intro to improv and spin art/tie-dye.
Session II, July 21-24, 8-10 a.m., will include: grades 1-2: beginning softball; grades 1-4: fish mobile, spin art/tie-dye; grades 3-4: basketball 101; grades 3-7: I hate to write, Intro to improv, intermediate cheerleading or sewing creations; and grades 4-7: challenge course.
Session II, 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. will include grades 1-2: animal crafts and clay creations; grades 1-4: fish mobile; grades 3-7: chess, I hate to write, origami jewelry and sketch comedy all-stars; grades 4-7: computer creations and swimming lessons; grades 5-7: archery and kids calendars.
Each class is $25. Register by coming to the Office of Business and Industry, Student Activities Center, room SU210, Seward County Community College, 1801 N. Kansas in Liberal. For information, call 620-417-1170 or email All participants can enjoy pizza and swimming following the final class on July 17 and 24.
The Seward County Community College Block and Bridle Club hosted the 10th annual Grand Drive Show Lamb Camp recently with campers from four states. Top priorty for campers was to improve their showmanship skills. Other items covered included washing and shearing a lamb, proper feeds and feeding, exercise and weight management programs, lamb selection, and show-day preparation.
The campers were divided into three groups according to a combination of their age and showmanship ability. Lead instructor was Chris McGolden of Arapaho, Okla., who was assisted by Allison McGolden, Arapaho; Melissa King, Taloga, Okla.; Kaylonni Williams, Liberal; Lance Waugh, Yarborough, Okla.; and Brittany Beattie, Texhoma, Okla.
After a barbecue luncheon on the final day each of the three groups participate in a Showmanship contest.
Group one winners were
Champion Showman Morgan Kidd, Fort Worth, Texas
Res. Ch. Showman Braelyn Beattie, Texhoma Okla.
Most Improved Landon Brecheisen, Hugoton, Kan.
Best Attitude Hayley Floyd, Johnson, Kan.
Most Patient Ceann Greeson, Kismet, Kan.
Group two winners were
Champion Showman Taylor Coen, Elkhart, Kan.
Res. Ch. Showman Thane Barker, Lebo, Kan.
Most Improved Myranda Walters, Fort Worth, Texas
Best Attitude McKenzey Hanna, Richfield, Kan.
Best Sheared Haeli Grice, Texhoma, Okla.
Group three winners were
Champion Showman Hanna Hardy, Parker, Colo.
Res. Ch. Showman Dandi Thomas, Elkhart, Kan.
Most Improved Whitney Wilkerson, Cement, Okla.
Best Attitude Jeff Siegfried, Holly, Colo., and Colten Hardy, Parker, Colo.
Best Sheared Kortney Jennings, Whitney, Texas
Participants and instructors in the recent Lamb Camp at Seward County Community College were, front row left to right, Morgan Kidd, Fort Worth, Texas; Braelyn Beattie, Texhoma, Okla.; CeAnn Greeson, Kismet, Kan.;Hayley Floyd, Johnson, Kan.; Kylee Stewart, Frederick, Okla.; Jeffrey Day, Taloga Okla.; second row, from left, Melissa Callaway, Higgins, Texas, Hannah Hardy, Parker, Colo.; McKenzey Hanna, Richfield, Kan.; Myranda Walter, Fort Worth, Texas; Heidi Bohnenblust, Clay Center, Kan.; Thane Barker, Lebo, Kan.; third row from left, Clayton Liss, Elbert, Colo.; Whitney Wilkinson, Cement, Okla.; Dandi Thomas, Elkhart, Kan.; Taylor Coen, Elkhart, Kan.; Kelsey McClure, Clay Center, Kan.; Logan Brecheisen, Hugoton, Kan.; Dakota McBride, Hooker, Okla.; Landon Brecheisen, Hugoton, Kan.; fourth row from left, Haeli Grice, Texhoma, Okla.; Kortney Jennings, Whitney, Texas; Tara Smith, Higgins, Texas; Jo Eike, Fargo, Okla.; Jeff Siegfried, Holly, Colo.; Colten Hardy, Parker, Colo.; Chris McGolden, Lead Instructor, Arapaho, Okla.; and fifth row from left, Sam Rucker, instructor, Jetmore, Kan.; Brittany Beattie, instructor, Texhoma, Okla.; Melissa King, instructor, Taloga, Okla.; Lance Waugh, instructor, Yarbrough, Okla.; Kaylonni Williams, instructor, Liberal, Kan.; Joseph Baily, Taloga, Okla.; and Allison McGolden, Arapaho, Okla.

Seward County Community College has named its People Choice winners through the SCCC Art Department. Doug Wehmeier of Hooker Oklahoma won the photography contest. Ilse Cambron of Liberal won the two-dimensional contest and Adam Semisch of Plains won the three-dimensional.

Back row, Steve Cauble, 25 years, board of trustees; Luke Dowell, 10 years, math instructor; Rusty Tuman, 5 years, computer information systems instructor; Renee Metzker, 5 years, resigned; Dustin Farmer, 5 years, art instructor; Todd Carter, 15 years, science/math division chair; John Loucks,18 years, retiring, Humanities Division; Marcia Hatcher, 20 years, Business Division chair; Lisa Hatcher, 5 years, foundation board; Dale Reed, 25 years, educational services; Doug Browne, 15 years, multimedia technology; Bill McGlothing, 10 years, English instructor; and front row, Jane Head, 30 years, foundation board; Terrri Barnes, 15 years, Humanities secretary; Ann Judd, 28 years, retiring; Diane Heiers, 15 years, Business Division secretary; Cathie McGhee, 25 years, maintenance; Greg Gardner, 10 years, science instructor; Kimberly Binns, 5 years, ABE/GED instructor; Stephanie Ormiston, 5 years, foundation board; and Katy Redd, 10 years, psychology instructor. Not pictured is Duane Bozarth and Larry Mikles, 5 years, foundation board; Les Jantzen, 15 years, maintenance; and John Hiebert, 20 years, maintenance.
The Seward County Community Colvin Adult Learning Center honored students who received their Kansas State High School diploma this past year.

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First-year Practical Nursing student Heather Figger receives her cap from Nursing Instructor Sandy Brisendine during a capping and pinning ceremony recently at Seward County Community College. Second-year Nursing students received their pins.

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