CRESTON — Southwestern Community College (SWCC) student Garrett Hogue of Lenox placed fifth in the nation for collision repair, at the 2013 SkillsUSA Championships held June 24-28, 2013, in Kansas City, MO.
CRESTON, IA— Three southern Iowa businesses were honored during Southwestern Community College’s (SWCC) Annual Business Conference and Expo held Mon., June 10, 2013, on SWCC’s Creston campus.
Creston— The Southwestern Community College (SWCC) board of directors met on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. in the college’s Administration Center for their regular board meeting.
The board discussed and approved a board member appointment, as well as a board member resignation. At the May 24, 2013, special meeting of the board, a sub-committee had been appointed to fill the board vacancy in District 7, which was vacated with the departure of board member Cindy Cox of Bedford who is moving out-of-state with her family. Rech stated it was the recommendation of this sub-committee that Jan DeMott of Bedford be appointed to the vacant position. The board voted unanimously to fill the position with DeMott until the September 10, 2013, regular school board election when a board member will be elected.
Creston— The Southwestern Community College (SWCC) board of directors met on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. in the SWCC Administration Center for their regular monthly board meeting.
During the meeting, the board accepted a contingent offer of $186,000 from Cathy Maynes for the purchase of the student-constructed carpentry house at 1307 N. Mulberry Street in Creston. The house will continue to be listed for sale until June 20, 2013, or the day the contingency is satisfied.
Creston— The Southwestern Community College (SWCC) board of directors met Tuesday, April 16, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. in the Administration Center on the Creston campus.
Teresa Krejci, SWCC chief financial officer, talked to the board about the upcoming 20 ¼ Facilities Levy. The levy, which is a continuation levy that has been in place since the inception of SWCC in 1966, is voted on every 10 years. The current levy will expire in 2014. Krejci said funds from the levy may be used for purchase, repairs, renovation, and replacement of physical structures. Krejci explained the tax is 20 ¼ cents per $1,000 assessed valuation tax on property. Following Krejci’s presentation, the board voted to authorize the administration to proceed with the necessary arrangements for the facilities levy election on September 10, 2013.