Christine LaMott is coming to speak at the DCTC campus. Can Do Canines is an organization committed to helping those with disabilities improve their lives with the help, support, and love of a specially trained dog. Christine
February 22, 2017, at 12:30 p.m. in the Dakota Room the 22 Push-up Challenge will be raising awareness for veteran suicide caused by PTSD and other mental issues. Guest Speaker John Mitchell will be sharing his ups and
We are getting as many friends, family, staff, faculty, and Lions together to pack food for those less fortunate. The good times run from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on Monday, February 6. The site is the former Rainbow Foods
Congratulations! From left to right: Will McCann, Kelly Evridge, Nicole Evridge, Erin McCrorey, Nelson Newbell Jr. Brandy Boyer, Brett Kolles, and Joey Haas.
Congratulations to President Brandy Boyer and the DCTC Lions! The Lions Club International Certificate of Appreciation is one of the highest awards granted. It recognizes the distinguished achievements in fulfilling the mission
The first Lions Club meeting of the semester is on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 in room 1-650 from 1:00 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.. All students are welcome to attend and check out what the most popular, most active, and most FUN
Thanks to the awesome DCTC Student Lion volunteers, the first ever cookie contest was a hoot! We raised over $400 for Amber Alert. Congratulations to DCTC Lions President Brandy Boyer who came up with the idea and navigated
DCTC held their annual Pumpkin Carving Contest. Many groups/departments on campus entered. There were a lot of great looking pumpkins this year. Brandy Boyer the DCTC Lions Club President carved and entered the pumpkin.
Great times at the Habitat for Humanity site for the DCTC Lions! What a crew! We all learned new skills and had a lot of laughs, too!