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NPCC Honor Society Recognized for Achievements

NPCC Spring 2013 Dean's List

NPCC Spring 2013 President's List

NPCC Campus Closed July 4th, 2013

NPCC Campus Closed for Labor Day Holiday

Former NPTC Student Credits School's Criminal Justice Program

New Employees at NPCC

NPCC Library Community Resources

NPCC Career Day

Donated Art Items for Sale at Farmer's Market to Benefit GCSPSF

Aerospace Training Program Classes at NPCC, Fall Semester

New Employees at NPCC

NPCC Summer 2013 Dean's List

NPCC Summer 2013 President's List

Our 2013 AATYC Honorees

National Park Community College Closed for Fall Break

Dr. Sally A. Carder Announces Retirement

NPCC Announces Student of the Month for October 2013

New Employee at NPCC

NPCC Fall Student Art Sale

Single Parent Scholarship Fund Advisory Committee Receives Two Awards From State Office

Collaborative Choral Music Concert Scheduled

Holiday in the Park

Campus Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday, 2013

Creative Writing Class at NPCC

NPTC Med Pro Ed Classes Collect Food as Part Of The Holiday in the Park Celebration

NPCC Campus Christmas and New Year's Holiday Schedule

Donated Art Items for Sale at Farmer's Market to Benefit GCSPSF


NATIONAL PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
PRESS RELEASE

 

Jill Johnson
Director of Community Relations                                      
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 13, 2013

 

Donated Art Items for Sale at Farmer's Market
to Benefit GCSPSF

Paintings, pottery, and notecards donated to the Garland County Single Parent Scholarship Fund (GCSPSF) can be purchased at the Farmer's Market on Tuesday, September 24, and Saturday, September 28. Items donated are by local artists and National Park Community College (NPCC) art students. All proceeds will be used to provide scholarships to Garland County single parents.

Several paintings from NPCC alumna and noted local artist Caryl Joy Young will be available along with notecards created from original art work by NPCC retiree Linda Stanley. The GCSPSF strives to empower single parents to become self-sufficient through education. The GCSPSF provides scholarships to men and women of Garland County who demonstrate financial need, are single parents, and are enrolled in a post-secondary educational course of study leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate of graduation.

GCSPSF scholarships can be used for transportation, child care, medical expenses, school supplies, books and fees, and housing. For more information about the GCSPSF art sale or how to contribute to the fund, please contact Jane Yamauchi at jyamauchi@npcc.edu or call 501-760-6582.

a picture of items for sale at gcspsf farmers market art sale