SAN ANTONIO — Blaine Hatch, Northland Pioneer College’s vice president for Administrative Services, was one of three recipients of an Outstanding Chief Business Officer award presented by the Community College Business Officers (CCBO) during the community’s annual convention here.
SHOW LOW – You might catch gold fever following in the footsteps of prospectors of yesteryear using skills you learned in a four-week, noncredit Prospecting for Gold workshop, on Wednesday evenings, Oct. 29 to Nov. 19, from 6:30 until 8 p.m., at Northland Pioneer College’s Show Low campus, 1001 W. Deuce of Clubs.
SNOWFLAKE — Northland Pioneer College’s Performing Arts Department will give us a glimpse at a struggling Brooklyn, N.Y., Jewish household in five November performances of Neil Simon’s autobiographical Brighton Beach Memoirs on the main stage of the Performing Arts Center on NPC’s Snowflake – Silver Creek Campus, 1611 S. Main St.
A steel memorial, depicting the late State Senator Chester Crandell on horseback, will be presented to his widow, Alice, and family members during the Nov. 12 meeting of the Northern Arizona Vocational Institute of Technology (NAVIT) governing board.A fifth-generation native Arizonan, Crandell was a rancher and lifelong educator, serving as superintendent of NAVIT for nearly 10 years, before serving in the Arizona House of Representatives and Senate. He died Aug. 4 as a result of injuries suffered in a horse-riding accident.
SHOW LOW — Quality craftsmanship, by artists from throughout Navajo and Apache counties, is featured in the fifth “Locally-Grown” exhibit at Northland Pioneer College’s Talon Gallery on the Show Low – White Mountain Campus. The art exhibit runs through Oct. 24, with a closing reception and awards ceremony scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m.
PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK — The second annual Pedal the Petrified tour ride on Sept. 20 raised nearly $12,000 for the Northland Pioneer College student scholarship fund.Summit Healthcare and its High Desert Health Clinic was a major corporate sponsor for the event. Summit also provided the mobile first aid station. Four community members and 25 college employees volunteered to make the event a success, noted Lisa Jayne, this year’s ride director.
HOLBROOK – Gun safety and handgun self-defense workshops, taught by NRA-certified instructor Richard Harris are being offered on Oct. 18 and Nov. 1 at Northland Pioneer College’s Holbrook – Painted Desert Campus, Nizhoni Learning Center, room 136. There is a $75 fee, which includes the required fingerprint card at no additional charge, for each noncredit workshop.
SHOW LOW– Learn the fundamentals of computer software to bring out the color, enhance clarity and improve the contrast in your photographs in Gerry A. Good’s “Discover the Art of Photography” three-evening noncredit Northland Pioneer College workshop.