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Ft. Scott, KS – The Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) annual Scholarship Auction and Casino Night is Friday, April 25th, at 6 p.m. in the Ellis Fine Arts Center. Admission is free and dinner tickets, casino chips and beverages are available for purchase.


There are approximately 30 live and silent auction items and several door prizes. Tator Man’s Golf and Fitness Shop will be available for bids before the live auction starts at 7:30 p.m.


Group or corporate tables are available for reservation at 620-223-2700 ext. 0. Advanced dinner tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the Dick Hedges Administration Building.


Proceeds benefit FSCC scholarships. For more information, contact Bailey Lyons at baileyl@fortscott.edu or 620-223-2700.

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FSCC Meats Judging Team succeeds in Houston

FSCC Meats Judging Team succeeds in Houston

XFSCC Meats Judging Team succeeds in Houston

FSCC Meats Judging Team succeeds in Houston

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Houston, TX: The Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) Meats Judging Team finished as Reserve Champion Team in the A-Division at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest on Saturday, March 8, 2014. Eight teams competed in the contest.


“Besides Reserve Champion, the FSCC team also won beef grading, beef judging and total beef divisions,” said FSCC meats judging coach Jenilee Martin.


Several team members won individual awards at the contest. Natalie Hill won third high individual, seventh individual in beef grading, second individual in pork judging, high individual in total placing and sixth individual in questions. James Speith won forth high individual, forth individual in beef grading, sixth individual in total beef, eighth individual in pork judging, fifth individual in lamb judging, fifth individual in total placing and eighth individual in questions. Lane Johnson won seventh high individual, eighth individual in beef judging, ninth individual in total beef, tenth individual in pork judging, third individual in lamb judging and fifth individual in questions. Nikki Harris won eighth high individual, fifth individual in beef grading, third individual in beef judging, second individual in total beef, tenth individual in lamb judging and ninth individual in questions.


“I believe this group surprised themselves with their performance at the Houston contest,” said Martin. “At the previous two contests we struggled in questions and we used the month-long gap between Fort Worth and Houston to practice. I was very proud to see the tremendous increase in our questions scores. I think it taught us that hard work pays off. We stayed very close with the first place team and plan to use our long break to work on our weaknesses and tighten up our strengths.”


The FSCC Meats Judging team’s next competition is in Garden City at the Beef Empire Days next fall.


For more information, contact Jenilee Martin at jenileem@fortscott.edu or 620-223-2700.

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FSCC hosts the annual Women’s Appreciation Luncheon

FSCC hosts the annual Women’s Appreciation Luncheon

XFSCC hosts the annual Women’s Appreciation Luncheon

FSCC hosts the annual Women’s Appreciation Luncheon

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Ft. Scott, KS –Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) is hosting the annual Women’s Appreciation Luncheon on Wednesday, April 23, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Ellis Fine Arts Center.


“The luncheon is catered by Great Western Dining,” said co-chair of the Women’s Appreciation Luncheon Juley McDaniel. “The committee set the date in conjunction with Administrative Professionals Day.”

Reserve advance tickets for $8 by calling the switchboard at 620-223-2700 ext. 0. If you purchase five tickets, you receive one free. Tickets are $9 a piece the day of the event.


The event will include entertainment, vendors and door prizes for participants. Vendors this year are: Mary Kay, Silpada, Younique Products, Gold Canyon Candles, It Works!, Beachbody, After Affect Salon, Kimmee’s Creative Cottage, Relay for Life, Jewel Kade, Jilly Beadz, Thirty-One Gifts, Tastefully Simple, Mercy Health for Life, Tupperware and Premiere Design Jewelry.


“It’s a great opportunity for ladies in the community to enjoy each other’s company and learn each about some fun and unique vendors,” said McDaniel.


For more information, Juley McDaniel at juleym@fortscott.edu or 620-223-2700 ext. 5201 or Jennifer Quick at jenniferq@fortscott.edu.

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FSCC Music Dept. hosts Fort Scott’s Got Talent

FSCC Music Dept. hosts Fort Scott’s Got Talent

XFSCC Music Dept. hosts Fort Scott’s Got Talent

FSCC Music Dept. hosts Fort Scott’s Got Talent

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Ft. Scott, KS – The Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) Music Department is hosting Fort Scott’s Got Talent on Thursday, April 17th, at 7 p.m. in the Ellis Fine Arts Center. General admission is $5 or $3 with a non-perishable food donation to the Beacon Food Pantry. Admission for children 10 and under is $3.


“It is going to be an exciting event,” said FSCC band director Michael Dzbenski. “This will be an amazing to way for our community to share its many talents.”


Prizes will be awarded for the top three acts. Proceeds benefit the FSCC Music Department.


If you would like to share your talent with the community or for more information regarding tickets, please contact Stacy Dzbenski at stacyd@fortscott.edu.

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Bailey Lyons hired as Director of Development

Bailey Lyons hired as Director of Development

XBailey Lyons hired as Director of Development

Bailey Lyons hired as Director of Development

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Ft. Scott, KS - Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) is pleased to announce the hiring of the new Director of Development, Bailey Lyons. Lyons is a Fort Scott native and a graduate of Fort Scott High School. She received her bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from the University of Kansas (KU).

“I am honored to have been named the new Director of Development at FSCC,” said Lyons. “Scholarships and educational funding enhance the education of young adults, creating opportunity in their lives that may not have existed before; the chance to be an integral part of that process gives me a sense of great pride and responsibility.”

Lyons formally worked as a bank manager and commercial lender, senior credit analyst and commercial analyst. While studying at KU, she worked as the Student Development Associate for the Endowment Association.

In addition, her community involvement in Bourbon County reflects good initiative for her new position. Lyons was the 2011-13 Event Chairperson for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life and the 2012 Finance Chairperson for the Fort Scott Skate Park Committee. She is an active member of the Bourbon County Young Professionals League and the chairperson for the organization’s annual Career Day, which is hosted for area high school students. Lyons is a mentor in the Fort Scott Career Exploration Mentoring Program, pairing high school students with business professionals to assist and provide direction as they decide what career path they wish to pursue. In addition to these activities, she enjoys coaching youth softball and basketball and was the 2012 Recreation Department Coach of the Year.

“I look forward to building and maintaining strong relationships with our deserving students, dedicated faculty and staff, proud alumni, and gracious donors,” said Lyons. “It is my anticipation that this position will be very challenging, but equally rewarding. The vast opportunities to grow and strengthen both the Endowment and Alumni Associations are very exciting to me, and I am eager to get started.”

For more information, contact Juley McDaniels at juleym@fortscott.edu or 620-223-2700.

Buy casino chips for FSCC scholarships

Buy casino chips for FSCC scholarships

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Ft. Scott, KS – The Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) annual Scholarship Auction and Casino Night is Friday, April 25th, at 6 p.m. in the Ellis Fine Arts Center. Admission is free and dinner tickets, casino chips and beverages are available for purchase.


There are approximately 30 live and silent auction items and several door prizes. Tator Man’s Golf and Fitness Shop will be available for bids before the live auction starts at 7:30 p.m.


Group or corporate tables are available for reservation at 620-223-2700 ext. 0. Advanced dinner tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the Dick Hedges Administration Building.


Proceeds benefit FSCC scholarships. For more information, contact Bailey Lyons at baileyl@fortscott.edu or 620-223-2700.

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