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MCC opens its doors to children

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LEARNING ABOUT RADIO Devon Pruitt, left, hears about radio from Dennis Warren, operation/program manager for Z102 and Mix 106. Warren is an instructor for the radio class offered at MCC's upcoming College for Kids. Submitted photo
Special to the Star
June 7, 2001
Meridian Community College will host College for Kids during two one-week sessions this month. Classes have been scheduled for children age 6-15. Orientation is set for Friday.
Parents and children will be able to meet instructors during orientation at Eagle Grove, behind the Webb Center, on the MCC campus from noon until 1 p.m.
There is no set deadline for registration. Parents can register their children for classes at the Webb Center. The cost is $45 per child for each class.
The first session of College for Kids will be held June 11-15. The second session will be June 18-22. All classes are from 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. until noon. Swimming only is from 8 a.m.-9 a.m. or from 3 p.m.-4 p.m.
A picnic for students in session I and their parents will be held at noon on June 15. Students in session II and their parents will have a picnic at noon on June 22.
For more information about College for Kids, or to register, call Denise Mixon at 481-1331.
Sign up for:
Be All You Can Dream/Getting Along Together
Cake Decorating
Cheerleading
Clay Sculpture
Cooking for Fun
Critters and Insects Can Be Fun
Do You Play Cards?
Drawing
Foreign Language
Gardening on the Planet
Guitar
Keyboarding
Learning With Computers
Lemonade Camp
Modeling
Manners and Conversation
One Stroke Decorative Painting
Point and Shoot Photography
Radio
Sailing
Sign Language
Stained Glass Design
Swimming I and II
Tennis I

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