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Week of April 13, 2009 “Inside CRC” is a weekly e-letter, produced by the Public Information Office, highlighting our people, our place, and our promise to serve. April 13 Campus Life Ministries, “Relevance,” 8:00am-2:30pm, Quad & Former RTVF student KJ Johnston took the skills he learned at CRC and Rio Bistro Café Patio opened up his own production business. KJ wrote: “Since attending CRC, I April 13-17 Sacramento– Elk Grove Market, Quad have decided to venture out and start my April 14 Baseball: CRC vs. Modesto at CRC, 2:30pm own production company. My background April 14 Softball: CRC vs. Santa Rosa at Santa Rosa, 2:00 & 4:00 pm in sales and marketing coupled with April 14-17 Tennis: 1st & 2nd Round of Team Playoffs the technical skills acquired in the RTVF April 15 Poetry Reading, 12:00—1:00pm, Bookstore department has allowed me to secure April 15 Chamber Singers, “Spring Sing Thing, Columbia Community contracts with a number of corporate and College municipal clients, including California April 15 GLSEN Day of Silence, 8:30 am & 2:00pm, CVPA Quad Department of Corrections, Sacramento Visitors & Convention Bureau and The April 15 Career Day Sacramento Yacht Charter April 16 Multi-cultural Arts Festival, 11:00am, CVPA Quad Corporation. In addition to my corporate April 16 Baseball: CRC vs. Modesto at Modesto, 2:30pm clientele, I have just completed a documentary commemorating the 100 April 17 ASG “The Fun Factory,” 10:30am, Quad year celebration of the NAACP. The project has been well received and as April 18 Softball: CRC vs. Sierra at CRC, 12:00 & 2:00pm a result, I have been commissioned to do a similar piece with a focus on the April 18 Baseball: CRC vs. Delta at CRC, 1:00pm chapters offices across the state. I am also in pre-production for a April 18 15th Annual Commemoration of the 1994 Tutsi Genocide in documentary slated to start shooting in June entitled "The Passion of Sacramento," which highlights African-Americans in the Sacramento area Rwanda, 4:00-8:00pm, Stockton doing some extraordinary things. Overall I am very pleased to say that God April 18 Jazz Band at CSUEB Jazz Festival has blessed me to have put me in a position to do a job that even if I had all April 19 Last Day to Drop Full-Semester Classes the monetary and material things in the world, I'd still do what I'm doing. How lucky am I?” Congratulations to Automotive Professor Dave Organ who received the SEO Senior Masters Service Engineer Award. Currently Ford has 56 STIs in the U.S. Dave was one of 10 Service The CRC Honors Committee is hosting its first Annual Reception on Technical Instructors who received the award. The awards Tuesday, April 28th, 5-7 PM, in the Orchard Room. The reception will include a handsome, custom-made plaque stating: "Senior provide prospective Honors students and faculty with the opportunity to Master Service Engineer; Ford Motor Company Proudly meet current Honors students and faculty, receive information about the Recognizes…" Honors Program, and discuss upcoming program offerings and events. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Martin Morales at x7114 or firstname.lastname@example.org. On April 2nd, some of CRC‟s innovative programs were highlighted at the annual Baseball: April 6th the team traveled to Hartnell and Won 9-7 statewide CSSO and CIO April 8th the team traveled to Ohlone for a DH-Game 1: Lost 2-3 Conference in Game 2: Won 3-2 Sacramento. Faculty Conference Record: 8-5 (3rd Place) members Michael Carney, Overall Record: 17-11 (10th in State) Sharon Padilla-Alvarado, BJ Snowden, and Kimberly Softball: April 6th the team Hosted Sequoias and Butte College Williams-Brito, along with staff Game 1 vs. Sequoias: W 5-4 members Ken Cooper and Game 2 vs. Butte: W 6-3 Angelo Williams, and students Danny Tadtaotao and Adrian Harrell April 8th the team Hosted American River College, Game 1: W 13-3, discussed various interventions currently being used and yielding promising Game 2: Won due to a Forfeit b/c of Injuries results. Vice Presidents and Deans from Instruction and Student Services April 11th the team traveled to Modesto: Game 1: 10-1, Game 2: 8-0 throughout the state were in attendance and expressed interest in the Conference Record: 11-4 (2nd) programs. Interim President Celia Esposito-Noy facilitated the panel Overall Record: 33-8 (4th in the North, 7th in State) presentation. DVDs of the panel presentation and of the conference keynote speaker, Dr. Pedro Noguera are available through the Public Information Office. Picture(s) of the Week… The Sacramento Builders April 13 Desire2Learn, Training #1, 11:00am-1:00pm,, Library Gallery Exchange held their annual Design & Build Competition recently in April 13 Advanced Excel, 1:00-2:00pm, Library Gallery parking lot C. Area high school teams complete the challenge of April 14 Meditation: Not Just Chanting, 12:00-1:00pm, Orchard Room designing and preparing construction documents for a 96-square-foot April 14 Caregiver’s Support Group, 12:00-1:00pm, OPS Conf Room structure. Structures are judged on the students ability to perform all the April 14 FACTS: Tenure Track Obligations– Shared Governance and functions of the project including planning and design, scheduling, overall Writing your Self-Study, 1:30-3:00pm, SOCCR project management and conduct, as well as craftsmanship and team April 16 SLOs and SOCRATES, 3:00-4:30pm, Library Gallery work, and safety. Many of the teams spend all of the school year planning and „training‟ for the event. And even though it is a competition, there is a definite spirit of sharing and helping each other produce the best possible structure. An 8th grader from Elk Grove placed 7th in the state finals of the Geographic Bee, which was held here at CRC April 3. Joshua Lourence of Joseph Kerr Middle School, along with four other local students competed in the Bee for a chance to go back to Washington D.C. to compete in the national competition. The Bee has been held here at the campus since its inception in 1989. Local competitions were held all over the state back in November, with the top 100 competing for the state title. The recital hall was standing room only. The final question of the championship round? “The largest city in Siberia, with approximately 1.4 on people, is located on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Name this city.” The answer was Novosibirsk. Snagging the first prize was Samuel Bressler, 12, of Fullerton, who goes to Washington D.C. to represent California next month. Thanks to professors Debra Sharkey and Cindy Erickson, who along with former CRC professor Steven Cunha, bring this event to CRC every year. Join us for Foundation Gala 2009! The event will be May 2, 5-8:30pm and will feature four great jazz bands, including our very own Wendell Fishman, food catered by our culinary students, wine from local vineyards, beer from BJ’s Brew House and will provide a great opportunity to mingle with your colleagues and the community. Thanks to Methodist Hospital, who is our Presenting Sponsor (for the 3rd year). Tickets are now available online at http:// www.crc.losrios.edu, click on the Gala 2009 button. Funds raised will go to support scholarships and student academic support. Call the Foundation office at 691-7320 for more information. Please send contributions for this newsletter to Kristie West in the Public Information Office. Questions or comments? Email me at email@example.com or call 691-7199.
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