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November 18, 2019

Houston Awarded Marine Sergeant James A. Haggerty Scholarship

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Columbia-Greene Community College hosted a formal ceremony and celebration in honor of Veterans Day. During this event, Jason Houston, a C-GCC student, was awarded the Marine Sergeant James A. Haggerty Scholarship by the Columbia-Greene Community Foundation. Jason had previously submitted an essay to the Foundation to apply for this scholarship. The […]

November 13, 2019

C-GCC Offers New Non-Credit Seminar in Notary Public

Are you interested in taking the New York State Notary Public Test or simply desire to gain comprehensive insight into the Notary Public Office? Laws, concepts, and procedures that students often find baffling will be thoroughly explained and clarified during this seminar. Real-world examples will be used to illuminate situations that a Notary Public might […]

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C-GCC Offers Non-Credit Workshop in Yarn Spinning

Have you ever wondered how the art of spinning wool is performed? Perhaps you own certain animals, including llamas, bunnies, or sheep dogs, which can have their fur fashioned into yarn, but you’ve never fully understood the process. Whether you’re curious, frugal, or looking for a new hobby, leaning to spin wool is something anyone […]

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Defensive Driving Course Returns to C-GCC on Saturday, Nov. 23

We’ve all heard the phrase “accidents happen.” However, they can be better prevented with proper preparation. Students attending this training will learn about effective crash avoidance techniques and how best to execute them, making this course perfect for every driver looking to sharpen their skills. Victor Bujanow, who is certified by the Empire Safety Council, […]

C-GCC Offers Non-Credit Workshop on Boxwood Trees

Boxwood Trees are known as versatile landscape shrubs for their ability to be precisely shaped. In the holiday season, moreover, they can also make the perfect centerpiece to any tabletop. If correctly trimmed and properly attended, a small Boxwood Tree can mimic an impeccable Evergreen Conifer in appearance. With precise decoration, it will become a […]

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November 8, 2019

Columbia-Greene Community Foundation to Host Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair

The holidays are quickly approaching, but choosing the perfect gift might not be so simple. Luckily, the Columbia-Greene Community Foundation is sponsoring a craft and vendor fair just in time. With more than 65 crafters and vendors participating in this event, there will be a vast selection of quality items at your fingertips, any of […]

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C-GCC Offers New Non-credit Workshop in Intuition

You should always follow your intuition, but what if it isn’t fully developed? In both personal and professional settings, intuition is an important resource to rely on. However, like any skill, it needs to be practiced and mastered in order to achieve its full potential. On Tuesday, Nov. 12, students enrolled in this workshop will […]

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C-GCC Offers New Non-credit Seminar in Annuities

Have you ever wondered what exactly an annuity is? Perhaps you’ve heard the term, but don’t have a thorough understanding of it. There are numerous types of annuities, for instance, each serving a particular purpose. If you’d like to know precisely which annuity is best for you, Columbia-Greene Community College will be offering a non-credit […]