Beginner Cake Decorating

Learn the creative skills and techniques needed to beautifully decorate cakes, cookies, and cupcakes for special occasions such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, birthdays, and more! The fee includes some supplies. CALL FOR SUPPLY LIST. 870-722-8102

Monday nights. Sept. 20 to Oct. 11 6 pm – 8 pm

For more information, please contact Nancy Kenworthy at 870-722-8102.

Computer Basics for Beginners

Do you have a computer and want to learn more about it? Do you want to gain valuable computer skills for work? This course is designed for people with little or no knowledge of computers. Topics covered include basic computer parts, Windows, e-mail, Internet, and more.

Tues, Wed, Thurs, September 14-16, 2010 10:00am to 12:00 noon

For more information, please contact Nancy Kenworthy at 870-722-8102.

“Pulling” for Education Trap Shoot

 

 

Fourth Annual Trap Shoot to benefit the UACCH Foundation.

Sponsored By: AEP/SWEPCO

Three Person Team Competition

Guns, Ammunition, and Awards Provided By: Farm Bureau

Rick Evans Grandview Prairie Conservation
Education Center, Columbus, AR
Friday, October 22, 2010, beginning at 9:00 a.m.

Lunch Provided By:

Farm Credit Services of Western Arkansas

Live Auction and Dinner
Thursday, October 21
6:00 p.m.
Cajun Shrimp Boil at Fulton Grass

Hosted by:

Congressman Mike Ross

Senator Larry Teague

Representative David “Bubba” Powers

For more information, please contact the UACCH Office of Institutional Advancement at 870-722-8516.

UACCH TRiO Student Success Services Awards

UACCH TRiO Student Support Services recently awarded 7 students Supplemental Grants. Pictured are grant the following grant recipients and UACCH personnel. Individuals on the front left to right include Bobby James, Vice-Chancellor for Student Service; grant recipients Cassandra Muldrow, Hannah Hart, and Amanda Parks; Lekiesa Willis TRiO SSS Administrative Assistant; grant recipient Shawna Cooks, Jerri Nelson; TRiO Coordinator Vergina Smith, and TRiO Director, Mary White. The back row left to right TRiO Counselor Steve Ogden; grant recipient Brittany Beaver; Counselor Carolynn Beasley and grant recipient George Hawthorne.

UACCH TRiO Student Success Services Awards Supplemental Grants to Seven Students

The University of Arkansas Community College at Hope is pleased to announce that the TRiO Student Support Services recently awarded seven supplemental grants to very deserving students. The Student Support Services team at UACCH is striving to help each student further their education. One way they help is with the financial struggles and obstacles that so often get in the way of a student and their education.

In this case, TRiO Student Success Services was able to award seven -$1,097 grants to students who applied for the assistance by completing the TRiO Supplemental Grant Application. The recipients of these grants were very surprised when they were informed during the recent ceremony that they had been selected to receive these funds. The reactions from the recipients ranged from tears of joy to screams of celebration. Each of them almost instantly had a list of financial needs that these funds would help them overcome.

To qualify for the funds the students had to meet the following criteria. They had to be enrolled at UACCH for 3 or more hours, TRiO SSS participant, have an unmet need on the Pell Grant Award, a GPA of 2.0 or better, and be pre-enrolled for the Fall of 2010 semester. Each of these recipients met or exceeded these requirements for the supplemental grant award.

UACCH would like to congratulate these grant recipients. The College is proud to be the bridge to the future for our students and the community. For more information about UACCH, visit our website at www.uacch.edu.

UACCH TO SPONSOR “WATERMELON IDOL” TALENT COMPETITION DURING HOPE WATERMELON FESTIVAL

Watermelon Idol Entry Form

 

Officials at the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope are pleased to announce the College will sponsor and conduct the Fourth Annual “Watermelon Idol” talent competition during the upcoming 34th Annual Hope Watermelon Festival.

The Festival is scheduled from August 12-14 in the Hope Fair Park. The preliminary competition will take place on the McDonald’s stage in the Fair Park Coliseum Thursday, August 12 at 6:00pm with the finals scheduled for Saturday, August 14th at 10:00am on the BancorpSouth stage.

Talent from the surrounding area is invited to register for the competition, which features cash prizes for the winners as well as the opportunity for the overall winner to open for Joe Nichols Saturday evening.

The contest is open to all singers or vocal groups regardless of ages or residency. The two divisions are: single vocal or vocal group. Each act will be limited to five minutes and entrants may perform with a pre-recorded instrumental track, perform scapula or with live instrumental backing only. Thirty applicants will be accepted.

The top five in each division will be selected for the finals with $100 cash prizes awarded to the winners of each preliminary. A cash prize of $300 will be awarded to the overall winner of the finals with $150 awarded to the runner-up and $50 to the third-place finisher.

For more information or for complete rules, please contact Brent Talley at brent.talley@uacch.edu or 870-777-5722. Entries will be accepted through Thursday, August 12th at 5:30 p.m. To register for the competition complete an application online at www.uacch.edu. There is no fee to enter.