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News Index / October 2007

C.A.L.L. Music & Performance Fall Tour making stops throughout the East Valley
PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. – The Central Arizona College Lifelong Learner’s (C.A.L.L.) program is ready to take center stage this fall with six classes featuring plays, musicals, tours and auditions at theaters and venues around the East Valley.

Central’s community-based job grant for radiologic technology program helping graft skeletal job force
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. – Central Arizona College’s Lifelong Learners program is offering a special series of one-day environmental classes designed to have an impact on the community. The series starts on Tuesday, October 9, with a special class on the inner workings of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and its plans to clean the Valley’s air.

No one repairs a John Deere like the construction & forestry graduates from Central Arizona College
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – Nothing runs like a John Deere, and no one repairs John Deere equipment like the graduates of Central Arizona College.

Massage clinics to reopen week of Sept. 17 at Signal Peak, Superstition Mountain campuses
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – Nothing runs like a John Deere, and no one repairs John Deere equipment like the graduates of Central Arizona College.

C.A.L.L. Environmental Series connecting community with information classes
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. – Central Arizona College’s Lifelong Learners program is offering a special series of one-day environmental classes designed to have an impact on the community. The series starts on Tuesday, October 9, with a special class on the inner workings of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and its plans to clean the Valley’s air.

Central Arizona College’s theater department presents opportunity for students to learn an ensemble of crafts
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – Adults grew up knowing Pluto as the smallest planet in the solar system. Their children see it as nothing more than an orbital asteroid demoted to “dwarf” planet status.

After 34 years on the sidelines, Lin Laursen announces retirement after 2007-08 season
After 34 years on the sidelines, Lin Laursen announces retirement after 2007-08 season

League of Innovation selects Dennis Jenkins for its Executive Leadership Institute in December
TEMPE, Ariz. – Central Arizona College President/Chief Executive Officer Dennis Jenkins has been selected as one of only 32 community college leaders to attend the prestigious Executive Leadership Institute.

There is no place better to sharpen future storytelling skills than in Oracle, Arizona
ORACLE, Ariz. – Long before television, the Internet and cell phones, human history was passed down through the art of storytelling. In October and November, Central Arizona College’s Community Education program will offer a four-week class designed to teach the basics of personal storytelling from the conception of the story through delivery.

Central’s commitment to serving the community
As energy costs soar and greenhouse gases build in the atmosphere, private companies and public organizations struggle with upgrading antiquated infrastructure to make operations run efficient and clean.

Community Education program offering journey through Oracle’s natural history
ORACLE, Ariz. – Walking in the footprints left in Oracle archeological sediment is best done with a guide versed in the region’s rich history.

C.A.L.L. for Yoga brings Central Arizona College community program to Mission Royale Ballroom
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. – Stretch, relax and find inner peace when Central Arizona College’s Lifelong Learners’ (C.A.L.L.) program settles into the Mission Royale Ballroom in Casa Grande with its yoga class.

Massage clinics to reopen week of Sept. 17 at Signal Peak, Superstition Mountain campuses
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – Nothing runs like a John Deere, and no one repairs John Deere equipment like the graduates of Central Arizona College.

Hare-raising experience turns Central Arizona College cowboy into published Internet poet
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – Adults grew up knowing Pluto as the smallest planet in the solar system. Their children see it as nothing more than an orbital asteroid demoted to “dwarf” planet status.

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