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Carolina ALL OUT: A Natural Partner

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All organizations rely on their employees to deliver excellent products and service to their intended audience, and Montgomery Community College is no different. Our faculty and staff do a marvelous job attracting, educating and assisting students, but we don’t do it alone; there is an extensive supporting cast of partners who provide resources, reach and […]

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Let’s Roll

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Eggrolls are a flaky, flour and egg-based pastry filled with cabbage, meat and minced vegetables before they are deep-fried. These tasty, hot cylinders are a common companion to Chinese takeout in America, however two Troy-based entrepreneurs have made eggrolls an entrée, moving far beyond the typical pork and cabbage option. Ronny Xiong’s family heritage is […]

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Meet MCC’s New SGA President

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Reagan Hunsucker is Montgomery Community College’s Student Government Association President for 2022-2023. She is a senior at the Montgomery County Early College, and an employee at Sir Pizza and Standard Drug in Troy. After her college experience here, Reagan is planning to attend one of North Carolina’s four-year universities where she plans to begin her […]

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Youth Participate in MCC’s Culinary Camp

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Seventeen youth participated in a four-day cooking event held at Montgomery Community College in July. The Recipe for Success Summer Culinary Camp was funded by a North Carolina Community College Adult Educators Association “Lead the Way” Grant. The Montgomery County chapter of Communities In Schools and Montgomery County Schools partnered with MCC to offer this […]

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Russell Fuller: At Your Service

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It is hard to imagine meeting a busier person than Russell Fuller. Not busy like a honey-do list (though I’m sure he has one of those) but busy in the sense of servitude, especially when it comes to events, projects and interests related to United States veterans. Though retired, this 82-year-old veteran keeps a full […]

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MCC to Use Walmart Community Grant for Student Firefighters

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The Health & Public Safety Program at Montgomery Community College has received a $2,000 Walmart Community Grant. In receiving this grant, MCC is part a long history of Walmart’s commitment to giving back to the communities where it operates. MCC is grateful to Walmart Store #2908 in Biscoe, and to the Walmart Community Grants team […]

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Called to Care

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Brittany Vaughn and Michelle Morgan took very different paths on their journeys to become nurses, but fate brought them together at Montgomery Community College. Despite being in different age groups, from different parts of the country, having different educational backgrounds and unique motivating factors, both ladies are recent graduates of MCC’s Associate Degree in Nursing […]

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New Leadership for MCC’s Information Technology Program

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Stephanie Weishner, MCC’s former Dean of Information Technology, has stepped away from her administrative role to fill an instructional need at the College, as Department Chair of Information Technology. “I have always been interested in teaching, and was excited to make this move when the opportunity was presented to me,” explains Weishner. “I hope students […]

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MCC Gunsmithing Program Receives Firearms Donation from Beretta USA

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The Montgomery Community College Gunsmithing Program recently received 363 rifles from Beretta USA. A portion were purchased, but the bulk of the rifles were donated. MCC students will use these Tikka T3 Stainless Lite rifles in their re-barreling and refinishing classes. “We are grateful to Beretta USA for these rifles,” said Gunsmithing Program Director Mark […]

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MCC Pins this Year’s Nursing Classes

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Seventeen students, eight with an Associate Degree in Nursing and nine from the Practical Nursing program received a commemorative pin, a nurse’s cap as well as a pottery and candle keepsake to remember their accomplishments. Graduates include Kaylee Allred Barker, Caleb Reece Burris, Brittany Carol Coats, Mason Bryant Coble, Amber Jewell Coffman, De’Shari Renita Griffin, […]

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