News Index / May 2007
Vaquera Athletics - Basketball
SALINA, KS – For the second time this season, Odessa (TX) College scored a double-digit victory over Central Arizona College, this time in the 2007 National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. On Saturday evening the #3 Wranglers (32-2) combined a strong offense with a solid defense to defeat Central Arizona 73-50 at the Bicentennial Center in Salina, Kansas. The #5 Vaqueras, who won the NJCAA crown two years ago and finished third last season, still had an outstanding season in 2006-07, taking second place in the nation while finishing the year with a 33-3 overall mark.
C.A.L.L. (Superstition Mountain Campus)
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. - The scalding Arizona summers may incinerate the motivation to do much of anything, but Central Arizona College's Lifelong Learning (C.A.L.L.) program is boasting some cool opportunities to remain comfortably active. From painting an Arctic landscape and sketching a waddling penguin to making Christmas heirlooms and viewing wintertime films, Central's Superstition Mountain Campus is the polar region to visit this summer.
Dance class in Oracle (Aravaipa Campus)
ORACLE, Ariz. - Every Saturday night during the month of June, Central Arizona College is providing an "Argentine Tango Night" for couples who want to learn the fascinating dance that has produced more than 10 million participants throughout the world. The four-week course will be taught by Hector and Lidia Legrand at the Mountain Vista School in Oracle from 7-9 p.m. The class is just $40 and will run June 2-23.
Visual Arts Gallery (Signal Peak Campus)
COOLIDGE, Ariz. - The best work of Central Arizona College's student artists is now being exhibited at the institution's Signal Peak Campus in Coolidge through mid-May. The student showing will run through May 12 at the Visual Arts Gallery located inside Central's Student Services Center (Building M). The limited engagement began with a special opening reception on Tuesday evening, April 24. Members of the public who would like to view the free exhibit may stop by Central Arizona College Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. and on Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.