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Codger Lodge hand turned wooden bowl collection

MARIETTA, Ohio (September 10, 2014) – The Evergreen Arts & Humanities Series at Washington State Community College (WSCC) announces the Fall Semester Art Exhibit in conjunction with the fall slate of programs for its 16th season. The art exhibit features the works of Robert W. Smith, The Codger Lodge, and Leigh Cox. The exhibit displays beautiful paintings, hand-turned wooden bowls, and illustrations. Many of the pieces are for sale. The exhibit can be seen in the 2nd floor lobby and hall gallery of the WSCC Arts & Sciences Building. To find out more about the Fall Art Exhibit, contact Tanya Wilder at 740.374.8716 Ext 2107 or email her at

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Frank Ferrante

MARIETTA, Ohio (September 3, 2014) – The Evergreen Arts & Humanities Series at Washington State Community College (WSCC) is excited to announce the opening benefit performance for the 16th season. On Sunday, September 21st, Frank Ferrante brings Groucho Marx to the stage in Graham Auditorium at WSCC. The performance will begin at 3pm and the cost is $20 for adults and $10 for students and children. Advance reservations can be made by calling Tanya Wilder at 740.374.8716 ext 2107, or by emailing Tickets can be purchased at the door on the afternoon of the performance.


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Welding Instructor Josh Horner in beginning stages of new lab

MARIETTA, Ohio (August 28, 2014) – Dr. Bradley Ebersole, President of Washington State Community College (WSCC), welcomed area dignitaries to cut the ribbon on the new state-of-the-art welding lab at WSCC. The new state-of-the-art welding lab at WSCC compliments the new welding certificate program. Certification based on AWS- American Welding Society will be available to students as well. The new state-of-the-art lab and equipment makes the welding program at WSCC stand out from others in the area. Representative Thompson said after the ceremony, "I couldn't be happier for Washington State Community College, its faculty, and the many students who will benefit from this new welding program. I know it was many years in the making and I'm pleased that this goal has been accomplished."

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Chancellor John Carey addresses faculty


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Gary Williams, Dr. Nutter, Dr. Ebersole, John Burdette with Engine 5

MARIETTA, Ohio (August 21, 2014) – On Monday, August 11th, Washington State Community College (WSCC) accepted the keys to a pumper fire truck from the Belpre Volunteer Fire Department during the Belpre City Council meeting. Dr. Bradley Ebersole, President of WSCC and John Burdette, Director, Center for Public Safety Training at WSCC gratefully accepted the donation to the Volunteer Fire Fighter Academy. "Supported by the Ohio State Fire Academy and Fire Marshal Flowers, we've been working with local fire departments and fire chiefs for the last 2 years to establish a viable fire training program. Thanks to the generosity of the City of Belpre, and the efforts of our Fire Advisory Board, we're seeing those efforts come to fruition. We're deeply grateful for all that assistance," said Burdette. Other WSCC Senior Administrators attending the council meeting were: Dr. Mark Nutter, Vice President of Academic Affairs; Gary Williams, Executive Director for the Foundation & Grant Development; and Claudia Owens, Executive Director, Marketing and Public Relations.

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