College’s TRIO group expands knowledge PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 02 May 2011 12:04

Students in the TRiO program at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School recently took a cultural trip to Oklahoma City to see the Aluminum Show, a show that combines movement, dance, visual theater and humor, and the Oklahoma City Memorial Museum. From left, back row, are Michael Mages and Zachary Carpenter, Liberal; Reanna Tumlinson, Meade; Janette Vargas, Liberal; Tandilee Fletcher, Liberal; Angelica Castillo, Liberal; Misty Ortivez, Ulysses; and Robert Herbig, advisor, Meade. From left, front row, are Steffy Thottasseril (Liberal), Rhonda Kinser, director, Liberal; Maria A. Vazquez, Samantha Ward, Daisy Tapia and Dung Nguyen, all of Liberal. Courtesy photo

 

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