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Annette Lynch to be honored with Lake Land College Lifelong Learner Award

Posted on March 15, 2019

Lake Land College awarded the 2019 Lake Land College Lifelong Learner Award to Annette Lynch, retired science middle school teacher and part-time student, during the March board of trustees meeting. The award celebrates the accomplishments of Illinois’ community college students over the age of 50 who have used their community college as a resource on multiple occasions.

Lynch, age 74, continuously demonstrates her commitment to developing her professional and personal skills to positively impact her peers, family and friends. Lynch, who retired from teaching science at Charleston Middle School in 2001 after 35 years, returned to school in June 2006, enrolling at Lake Land College as a part-time student in order to keep herself up-to-date with the world around her. Since enrolling at Lake Land College, Lynch has completed 135.5 credits with the college, earning a cumulative GPA of 3.96.

Her involvement and dedication to education has allowed her to accumulate a wide variety of certificates including: a certificate in esthetics in 2007, a massage therapy certificate in 2008 and a digital media specialist certificate. She also takes classes in the Radio/TV program and DJs for 89.9 FM The Max Alternative radio station on campus.

Lynch spends countless hours volunteering her time to the college by working with fellow students, participating in Club IT and working with the Business Division on projects related to the Information Technology (IT) programs.

According to Scott Rhine, IT instructor/program coordinator/IT-network administration, Lynch serves as a positive role model to her fellow students in the IT programs. He said that she is the unofficial advisor for the digital media students and is an advocate for students, helping them acquire the services and supplies they need. Rhine also stated that Lynch is perhaps the most influential person in the group, because she serves as the club’s task master, motivator, public relations person and service-learning mentor.

Rhine said that Lynch organizes clean-up days around Webb Hall and is instrumental in challenging other club members to adopt a building on campus for clean-up.

Although Lynch has never sought praise or recognition for her contributions as a student, mentor and volunteer, there have been numerous staff within the Lake Land family who have wanted to make sure she has been honored for her impact to the college community and how she has inspired numerous individuals with her dedication to lifelong learning.

Josh Bullock, Lake Land College president, also had high praise for the contributions that Lynch has made since enrolling in Lake Land.

“Annette defines what it means to be a lifelong learner. She brings an unquenchable thirst for knowledge to the classroom, and willingly shares her talents with peers. At every opportunity, Annette promotes Lake Land’s vision to engage minds and change lives through the power of learning,” Bullock said.

This will be Lynch’s third award from the college. In 2011, Lynch received the Outstanding Student Award from the Lake Land College Business Division. In 2013, Lake Land College honored Lynch with the Distinguished Service Award for her outstanding service and dedication to the college.

Lynch currently lives in Charleston, IL.

Lake Land College awarded the 2019 Lake Land College Lifelong Learner Award to Annette Lynch, retired science middle school teacher and part-time student, during the March board of trustees meeting. Pictured from left to right is IT Instructor/Program Coordinator/IT-Network Administration Scott Rhine, Vice Chair Doris Reynolds, Annette Lynch, President Josh Bullock and Speech Communication/Broadcasting Instructor Greg Powers.

Lake Land College’s IT Club to assist Tech Savvy Saturday

Posted on March 13, 2019

The Charleston LifeSpan Center will host Tech Savvy Saturday, March 23 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Students from the Lake Land College IT Club will assist with technology devices including how to use email, app functions and social media. This event is open to the public and to all ages.

“Seniors in a digital world can be easily overwhelmed by all the new technology. Simple training in using computers, tablets and smart phones can help seniors to stay connected with their families, friends and communities. This is especially important for seniors who wish to live independently,” LifeSpan Center Program/Public Relations Director Chris Garver said.

Participants are encouraged to bring devices from home such as a smartphone, tablet or laptop in order to follow along with the group or for one-on-one assistance with one of the students.

The LifeSpan Center is hosting a second Tech Savvy Saturday in partnership with the Lake Land College IT Club on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Tech Savvy Saturday is sponsored by AARP. For more information and to pre-register, call the LifeSpan Center at 217-639-5150.

Lake Land College hosts High School Technology Programs Informational Meeting

Posted on March 12, 2019

Lake Land College and Eastern Illinois Education for Employment (EIEFES) will cohost an informational session for high school administrators, parents and students interested in automotive technology and design and draft programming classes on Wednesday, March 27 from 1 – 3 p.m. in the West Building, Farm Credit Services room.

The early bird automotive technology, welding and design and drafting classes are available to all high school students through the college’s Dual Credit program. The classes are held on campus in the mornings from 7 – 9 a.m. starting this fall.

The informational session will provide students and parents/guardians with an overview of the Technology Division at Lake Land College including introductions to program options and majors. A campus tour will also be provided along with light refreshments.

All interested students, parents and high school administrators are welcome to attend.

RSVP by March 20 to the Director of Dual Credit and Honors Experience Lisa Shumard-Shelton at lshumard-shelton@lakelandcollege.edu or at 217-234-5044. An RSVP is not required to attend, but preferred.

For more information about the Technology Division visit lakelandcollege.edu/academic-divisions/technology-division/.

Lake Land College presents 2019 Pacesetter Award

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Lake Land College Alumna Amanda Tucker, Laker Nation Class of 2015, received the 2019 Lake Land College Pacesetter Award during the March board of trustees meeting.

The award recognizes the accomplishments of Illinois’ recent community college graduates who exemplify academic success, humanitarian service, distinction in their chosen career field and a continued interest in and support of education and community colleges.

Tucker graduated from Lake Land College in 2015 earning both an associate in science degree and an associate in arts degree. She transferred to Eastern Illinois University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management in 2017.

Three months before graduating, Tucker began her current career as the director of weddings and events at the Keller Convention Center in Effingham.

“When starting at Lake Land in 2013, I was not exactly sure what I wanted to do. However, once I finished my first semester, I changed my major so that when I entered a four year university I could easily transfer into hospitality management. I was very excited to get started in this industry,” Tucker said.

Tucker was a highly involved student while attending Lake Land College. During this time she was a Student Ambassador, a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honorary Society and a Peer-to-Peer Student Assistant. While finishing her education at Eastern Illinois University she continued to stay involved at Lake Land College by working in Admissions & Records.

“Mature beyond her years, Amanda impressed our campus community with her work ethic, desire to succeed and willingness to help those around her. It was easy to see that she had large dreams that she continues to work toward today,” Dave Cox, director of alumni relations and annual giving said.

Tucker has achieved great success as the director of weddings and events. Within her first year at the Keller Convention Center, wedding sales increased by 25 percent.

Tucker also regularly takes on extra responsibility in order to please her clients and colleagues.

“I love helping people. Planning weddings and events can be stressful, but the fulfillment that comes with making people happy is unmatched. No matter where I go in life, helping people will be something I look for in any career,” Tucker said.

Her efforts to contribute in any way she can go beyond work. She currently serves as social chair for YBNext in Effingham. YBNext is a group of Effingham Young Business Professionals that has a goal to educate, inform and employ the talents of the next leadership group of Effingham County. Her role as social chair is to plan social events for current members and potential members.

“YBNext events vary, but we do a lot of volunteering and learn how we can become involved with groups that benefit the community. Last week we helped stuff bags for Blessings in a Backpack. Not only do I want to help people, but so do the people in this group. It’s refreshing to be around like-minded people,” Tucker said.

Tucker also shows a great interest in working with educational fundraising and continues to use her skills to serve future students. In October, Tucker attended Lake Land College’s Foundation Board Meeting to learn more about the foundation and the work it takes to raise funds for educational institutions.

“Lake Land College gave me the opportunity to begin my higher education, which led me to my current profession. I want to see the college continue to do great things in the lives of their students and employees. I am lucky to have been impacted by Lake Land College,” Tucker added.

Tucker’s approach to higher education is outstanding and she continues to use the skills she acquired at Lake Land College to benefit her future endeavors, as well as the community around her.

“Lake Land College was a huge blessing in my life that I know I wouldn’t have received anywhere else,” Tucker said.

Lake Land College Alumna Amanda Tucker, Laker Nation Class of 2015, received the 2019 Lake Land College Pacesetter Award at the March board of trustees meeting. Pictured from left to right is Doris Reynolds, vice chair of the Lake Land College Board of Trustees, Pacesetter Award Winner Amanda Tucker and Lake Land College President Josh Bullock.

Lake Land College’s Community Choir to hold Spring Concert

Posted on March 5, 2019

The Lake Land College Community Choir invites the community to attend its annual spring concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 24 in the Lake Land College Theater.

The program for this concert will lift your spirits and take you away! Three choral works on the theme of flight include “High Flight” by David Brunner, music set to a well-known poem by Royal Canadian Air Force pilot John Magee. Magee writes about the unimaginable delight of soaring through the sky and piloting a small plane, and Brunner’s music wheels and soars as well.

A second group of songs is more “grounded,” including the Beatles’ classic “The Long and Winding Road,” and “Seven Bridges Highway,” by the Eagles, as well as Nat King Cole’s classic “Route 66.” American folk songs such as “Old Dan Tucker” and “The Crawdad Song” round out the program, along with contemporary sacred songs by Craig Courtney.

A reception will follow in Laker Point.

Under the direction of Nancy Caldwell, music instructor, the Community Choir is a choir of mixed voices including students from the college as well as members of surrounding communities including Arthur, Arcola, Effingham, Charleston, Mattoon, Neoga and Sigel. Randy Imig of St. Elmo accompanies the choir. The Community Choir was formed in January of 1998 and performs two concerts annually.

The concert is free and open to the public.

WYSE regional competition held at Lake Land College

Posted on March 4, 2019

What happens when you take some of the most brilliant minds from area high schools and put them under one roof? Nothing other than an academic face off, where teams are pitted against each other in eight subject areas in order to take home the regional Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) championship title.

Lake Land College recently held the regional WYSE Academic Challenge and 23 schools came together to battle in biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering graphics, English, mathematics and physics.

Students completed written examinations in seven different areas of study. Each student participated in two tests, and the highest scores by members of each team determined the composite team score.

St. Anthony, Sullivan and Mattoon high schools were victorious in their divisions and took home the regional championship titles. Winners in team and individual competition are advancing to sectionals at Eastern Illinois University on March 7.

 

Teams advancing in the 300 division are:

St. Anthony High School
Casey–Westfield High School
Windsor High School
Dieterich High School

 

Teams advancing in the 700 division are:

Sullivan High School
Paris High School

 

Teams advancing in the 1500 division are:

Mattoon High School
Effingham High School

Individual Results

The following individuals will be advancing to the WYSE sectionals at Eastern Illinois University on Thursday, March 7.

 

In the 300 division:

Carly Spraul St. Anthony High School Biology
Emilee Mossman St. Anthony High School Biology
Max Carr Windsor High School Biology
Gavin Baird Martinsville Jr/Sr High School Biology
Suhyun Moon St. Anthony High School Chemistry
Michael Kaldas St. Anthony High School Chemistry
Milena DiBlasi Altamont Community High School Chemistry
Alex Rodriguez Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School Computer Science
Loggan Thompson Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School Computer Science
Ben Strullmyer St. Anthony High School Computer Science
Clayton Young Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School Computer Science
Garrett Oakley Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School Computer Science
Creed Hudson Cumberland High School Computer Science
Morgan Greuel Windsor High School Computer Science
Nate Fouty Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School Engineering Graphics
Leo Wheeler Oakland High School Engineering Graphics
Garrett Oakley Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School Engineering Graphics
Ethan Gilbert Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School Engineering Graphics
Hannah Collins Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School English
Kate Hartke St. Anthony High School English
Ethan Miller Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School English
Kate Hartke St. Anthony High School Mathematics
Bryson Wall St. Anthony High School Mathematics
Michael Kaldas St. Anthony High School Mathematics
Suhyun Moon St. Anthony High School Mathematics
Carly Spraul St. Anthony High School Mathematics
Ava Wegman St. Anthony High School Mathematics
Emilee Mossman St. Anthony High School Mathematics
Allie Dasenbrack St. Anthony High School Physics
Ditton Curl Cowden Herrick High School Physics
Austin Eihnhorn Dieterich High School Physics
     

In the 700 division:

Carson Beyers Shelbyville High School Biology
Drew Cearlock Paris High School Biology
Spencer Johnson Sullivan High School Biology
Zane Dudley Sullivan High School Biology
Brodie Goss Sullivan High School Biology
Dalton Rogers Sullivan High School Chemistry
Evan Matlock Shelbyville High School Chemistry
Sydni Adams Paris High School Chemistry
Cory Cearlock Paris High School Chemistry
Will McClain Shelbyville High School Chemistry
Blanca Fernandez-Martinez Paris High School Computer Science
Adam Creech Paris High School Computer Science
Greg Cunningham Paris High School Computer Science
Justyn Allen Paris High School Computer Science
Lucas Duduit Pana High School Engineering Graphics
Cooper Browne Sullivan High School Engineering Graphics
Lizzie Rouse Paris High School Engineering Graphics
Sydni Adams Paris High School English
Elizabeth Taylor Paris High School English
Daniel Berlin Marshall High School English
Tyler Deters Teutopolis High School Mathematics
Spencer Johnson Sullivan High School Mathematics
Savannah Grimes Teutopolis High School Mathematics
Ashley Thompson Teutopolis High School Mathematics
Lucas Duduit Pana High School Physics
Gary Herschberger Sullivan High School Physics
Charlie Hoene Teutopolis High School Physics
Mason Mizeur Pana High School Physics
Nick Tensen Teutopolis High School Physics
Jacob Titus Marshall High School Physics

In the 1500 division:

Nick Eveland Mattoon High School Biology
Douglas Emenecker Mattoon High School Biology
Greg Bower Charleston High School Biology
Charles Westendorf Effingham High School Chemistry
Noah McCammon Effingham High School Chemistry
Andrew Niemerg Mattoon High School Chemistry
Keegan Rhodes Mattoon High School Computer Science
Chance Kremer Mattoon High School Computer Science
Jeremiah Crowel Effingham High School Computer Science
Alex Heuerman Mattoon High School Engineering Graphics
Eli Wilson Effingham High School Engineering Graphics
Josh Bushard Mattoon High School Engineering Graphics
William Brennan Barr Effingham High School Engineering Graphics
Grace Bowen Mattoon High School English
Lahiru Periyannan Charleston High School English
Rachel Sloss Effingham High School English
Maia Huddleston Mattoon High School English
Noah McCammon Effingham High School Mathematics
Griffin Paul Mattoon High School Mathematics
Nick Eveland Mattoon High School Mathematics
Josie Sylvester Charleston High School Mathematics
Mason Phipps Mattoon High School Mathematics
Charles Westendorf Effingham High School Mathematics
Connor Barnes Mattoon High School Mathematics
Douglas Emenecker Mattoon High School Physics
Ethan Hadley Charleston High School Physics
Cole Stanfield Effingham High School Physics
Griffin Paul Mattoon High School Physics
Catherine Koterba Effingham High School Physics
Charlie Campbell Mattoon High School Physics

2019 Tuition Waiver Winners

In Biology:

Nick Eveland Mattoon High School
Carly Spraul St. Anthony High School

In Chemistry:

Suhyun Moon St. Anthony High School
Michael Kaldas St. Anthony High School

In Computer Science:

Keegan Rhodes Mattoon High School
Chance Kremer Mattoon High School

In Engineering Graphics:

Lucas Duduit Pana High School
Nate Fouty Casey-Westfield Jr/Sr High School

In English:

Sydni Adams Paris High School
Elizabeth Taylor Paris High School

In Mathematics:

Kate Hartke St. Anthony High School
Bryson Wall St. Anthony High School

In Physics:

Douglas Emenecker Mattoon High School
Allie Dasenbrack St. Anthony High School

 

St. Anthony – Division 300 First place. St. Anthony won the 300 Division at the WYSE Team event recently held at Lake Land College.

 

Sullivan – Division 700 First place. Sullivan won the 700 Division at the WYSE Team even recently held at Lake Land College.

 

Mattoon – Division 1500 First place. Mattoon won the 1500 Division at the WYSE Team event recently held at Lake Land College.

Lake Land College offers Grant Writing 102 Course

Posted on March 1, 2019

The Lake Land College Center for Business & Industry is offering a Grant Writing 102 course that will focus on nonprofit and local government grant research.

The course will dive deep into the topic of grant research and will include the use and orientation of a grant research database. Participants will create a research plan based on their nonprofit’s characteristics and research grant opportunities for a project at their organization. Participants are encouraged to have a strong understanding of their organization’s service population, primary programs and future expansion plans, if applicable.

The class will be taught by Fielding Jezreel who has worked in the grants field since 2013. She is Grant Professional Certified (GPC) and has raised more than $15 million for nonprofits.

The Grant Writing 102 course will meet on Monday, April 15 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

The class will be held at the Workforce Development Center, room 101 at 305 Richmond Ave. East, Mattoon. The cost is $199 and lunch will be provided.

For more information contact Professional Development Support Jackie Wake at 217-234-5087 or jwake@lakelandcollege.edu. Register at lakelandcollege.edu/learn.

Lake Land College celebrates students at 48th annual agriculture banquet

Posted on February 28, 2019

Lake Land College recently honored students in its agriculture programs at the 48th Annual Agriculture Banquet.

An excited crowd of friends, family, faculty and staff filled the Lake Land College Field House for the banquet, which honored outstanding agriculture students and alumni.

Ryan Orrick, division chair agriculture/agriculture instructor, started the night off by recognizing the outstanding achievements the agriculture division has achieved throughout the year.

“This past year the Lake Land College Agriculture Division was recognized as not only the state winner, but the National Outstanding Post-Secondary Agriculture program winner,” said Orrick.

“Although there are several factors that contributed to our selection, there is no question in my mind the primary factor is people. The people of both past and present, the board of trustees, our administration team, supportive alumni, industry partners, our nine dedicated ag faculty, the 302 amazing students and all of those students and people who contributed to our division before are the primary reason that we won the award and have one of the most dynamic programs in the nation,” said Orrick.

Throughout the evening, various groups were recognized for their outstanding efforts including the newly formed Lake Land College Equestrian team.

Dale Will, Teutopolis, received the 2019 Honored Alumnus Award. Will graduated from the Ag Transfer program at Lake Land College in 1973 and continued his education at the University of Illinois. His professional career in agriculture education has taken him to high schools throughout the state of Illinois. In 2008 he temporarily retired from high school education and spent a year teaching agriculture at Lake Land College.

Will is the recipient of many awards and has contributed to the success of about 90 students who have received their state FFA degrees. Orrick described Will as a modest and humble man and it was clear upon accepting the award that he puts his students at the top of his priority list.

“I’m honored to receive the Honored Alumnus Award, but I don’t understand why I’m being recognized, because it is the students that have made this accomplishment possible,” said Will. “I’m thankful for Lake Land, because it gives opportunities for education plus the ability to help on the family farm and business. I would also like to say thanks Lake Land for the students I have taught.”

 

Other students recognized at the banquet were as follows:

 

The Outstanding Agriculture Division Student Award for 2018-2019
Micah Smock, Botkins, Ohio

Phil Rincker Memorial Award:
Lindsey Pugh, Louisville, Ohio

Recognized for Agriculture Business and Supply were:
Bryce Gullidge, Louisville, High GPA
Bridget Kaufmann, Newton, Outstanding Student

Recognized for Agriculture Power Technology were:
Aaron Worman, Dieterich, High GPA
Matt Thompson, Lerna, Outstanding Student

Recognized for Agriculture Production and Management were:
Ethan Matson, Newton, High GPA
Cameron Eggersman, Seymour, Indiana, Outstanding Student

Recognized for the Horticulture program were:
Layne Kauffman, Humboldt, High GPA
Kimberly McDonald, Sullivan, Outstanding Student

Recognized for the John Deere Tech program were:
Trevor Pracht, Coatsburg, High GPA
Blake Petrea, Centralia, Outstanding Student

Recognized for the Agriculture Transfer program were:
Bryce Buzzard, Beecher City; Harley Lumley, Lafayette, Indiana; Wyatt Claire, Watseka, High GPA
Ashley Miller, Armington, Ill., Outstanding Student

 

Lake Land College recently honored students in its agriculture programs at the 48th Annual Agriculture Banquet. Awards are given to the students who display excellence and scholastic achievement within the agriculture programs. Pictured in the front row, left to right: Layne Kauffman, Humboldt, High GPA in Horticulture; Ashley Miller, Armington, Ill., Outstanding Student in Ag Transfer; Harley Lumley, Lafayette, Indiana, High GPA in Ag Transfer; Bridget Kaufmann, Newton, Outstanding Student in Ag Business and Supply; Wyatt Claire, Watseka, High GPA in Ag Transfer; Cameron Eggersman, Seymour, Indiana, Outstanding Student in Ag Production and Management; Matthew Thompson, Lerna, Outstanding Student in Ag Power Technology. In the back row, left to right: Vice President for Academic Services Jon Althaus; Ethan Matson, Newton, High GPA in Ag Production and Management; Bryce Gullidge, Louisville, High GPA in Ag Business and Supply; Bryce Buzzard, Beecher City, High GPA in Ag Transfer; Micah Smock, Botkins, Ohio, Outstanding Ag Division Student. Not pictured: Aaron Worman, Dieterich, High GPA in Ag Power Technology; Blake Petrea, Centralia, Outstanding Student in John Deere Tech; Kimberly McDonald, Sullivan, Outstanding Student in Horticulture; Lindsey Pugh, Louisville, Ohio, Phil Rincker Memorial Award recipient; Trevor Pracht, Coatsburg, High GPA in John Deere Tech.

Prospective students invited to Laker Visit Day

Posted on February 27, 2019

Visit Lake Land College and find out all the college offers at Laker Visit Day. The event will be held Friday, March 22 in the Field House starting at 9 a.m. and will run until noon.

The event is for potential students who are interested in learning more about Lake Land College. Prospective students are provided with the opportunity to tour campus, visit a class, meet current students and talk with faculty. Parents/guardians and spouses are welcome to attend and learn more about the college during a parent and spouse session.

The event will feature informational sessions by current Lake Land College Student Ambassadors and college staff. Representatives from Admissions & Records, Financial Aid, Counseling Services, Career Services, Student Life and other departments will provide information and be available to answer questions. Students will also meet with faculty members in their academic area of interest.

“Laker Visit Day is a great way for prospective students and parents to talk to faculty and staff about academic options and majors, to talk to current students about their experiences at the college and to learn about various services and opportunities we offer,” Michelle Zumbahlen, coordinator for strategic student communication and initiatives, said.

On Laker Visit Day, guests will tour the beautiful campus with Student Ambassadors; comfortable shoes are recommended. To get to the Field House take Entrance 1 from Route 45, proceed straight after the curve and park in Lot A. The Field House will be on west side of Parking Lot A and has a white, circular roof. Enter the lobby from the south side of the building.

Student Ambassadors will greet guests and help with directions. In case of inclement weather on the day of the event, please check the college’s homepage at lakelandcollege.edu for closures.

For more information, or to reserve a space for Laker Visit Day, register online at lakelandcollege.edu/visit or call 217-234-5377.

Lake Land College plans area high school visits

Posted on February 26, 2019

Deciding on what to do after high school graduation can be an overwhelming process. Lake Land College is scheduling high school visits to help students know more about transitioning from high school to a college or university. 

“Meeting with higher education professionals is a very valuable experience for students making the difficult but important decision about college and college life,” said Admissions Representative Pam Hartke. “We hope to answer the students’ questions and ease any anxiety they may have about this time in their lives.”

Hartke, along with Admissions Representative Olivia Mintun, meet with high school students throughout the college’s district in the fall and spring semesters.

The dates, times and locations of the area high school visits are as follows:

 

School Visit Day Visit Time
     
Altamont March 14 2:40 p.m.
Arthur/Lovington March 20 9:52 a.m.
Beecher City March 14 10:55 a.m.
Brownstown Feb. 12 1:55 p.m.
Casey Westfield March 19 11:30 a.m.
Cowden Herrick March 7 Lunch
Cumberland March 28 11:30 a.m. (lunch)
Dieterich March 19 9:57 a.m.
Effingham March 14 12:45-1:08 pm
Marshall March 21 2:42-3:06 p.m.
Martinsville Feb. 27 2:20 p.m.
Mattoon March 27 9:00 a.m.
Neoga April 5 9:43 a.m.
New Approach- Alternative March 13 1:30 p.m.
Newton Feb. 12 8:15 a.m.
North Clay Feb. 19 10:00 a.m.
Oakland March 25 12:30 p.m.
Okaw Valley April 16 10:40 a.m.
Pana March 5 2:35-3:20 p.m.
Paris March 21 9:00 a.m.
Ramsey Feb. 27 11:12-11:42 a.m. (lunch)
Shelbyville March 21 2:30 p.m.
Shiloh April 3 10:30 a.m.
South Central March 14 10:30 a.m.
St. Anthony March 7 11:45 a.m. (lunch)
St. Elmo March 28 12:15 p.m.
Stew-Stras March 5 12:15 p.m. (lunch)
Sullivan April 4 10:30 a.m.
Teutopolis March 5 10:15 a.m.

 

 

For more information, visit lakelandcollege.edu

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Lake Land College District 517, located in Mattoon, Illinois, serves the second largest community college district in the state, with a total population of 189,869. The Lake Land College district comprises all or part of 15 counties and 31 public School districts in rural east central Illinois. Counties served by Lake Land College include: Christian, Clark, Clay, Coles, Crawford, Cumberland, Douglas, Edgar, Effingham, Fayette, Jasper, Macon, Montgomery, Moultrie and Shelby.

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