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Relay for Life walk

June 4, 2011

Take part in team event to raise money for American Cancer Society at SCCC, 6/4, 12noon through 6/5, 8am. RSVP teams: 800/227-2345.

It doesn't work

It was announced with much enthusiasm back in 2007. Don Perry, then the vice president of the Sullivan County Partnership of Economic Development, told lawmakers that a Japanese company called Environmental Technologies, Inc. (ETI) would build a brand new experimental type of windmill, one with a vertical axis, and erect it on the campus of Sullivan County Community College (SCCC).  Read more

Grande Recital

May 22, 2011

The Janice Center showcase event at SCCC featuring instrumental & voice students, 1pm; dance & Zumba, 4:30pm, adults $5, under 10 free. Tickets avail. at The Janice Center. 845/482-3324.

Fisher film festival

May 7, 2011

Featuring TV news personalities in panel discussions, tours, registration fair at SCCC's Seelig Theatre, 1-5pm.

Kite festival

May 7, 2011

Kite flying, demonstrations, vendors, children's rides/games, food & music by Six Pack Joe at SCCC, 10am-4pm, free, public welcome. First 200 children receive a free kite. 845/434-5750, ext. 4377.

Informational pancake breakfast

May 22, 2011

Fundraiser hosted by New Hope Community at Maxie's Place, 9-11am, $10. 845/926-4655 or 238-4723.

Career information session

April 28, 2011

For anyone interested in careers in cyber security, emergency management, fire protection technology & paramedics at SUNY Sullivan, room B105, 7-9pm. RSVP: 845/434-5750, ext. 4287.

'Spring Fling Shopping Thing'

April 22, 2011

Shop to benefit American Cancer Society in Maxie's Place multi-purpose room (New Hope Community), 3-7pm. 845/468-5224.

Opera: 'Le Comte Ory'

April 9, 2011

Live broadcast of Metropolitan Opera "Live HD Series" at Seelig Theatre, SCCC, 1pm, $20 general, $10 students. 845/434-5750, ext. 4477.

Nursing students sue college

A group of nursing students, who were dropped from the nursing program at Sullivan County Community College (SCCC) after inadequate performance on “skillings,” have brought a lawsuit against the college seeking re-admittance to the program.  Read more

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