Hosted by DCTC Lions Club • Noon to 1 p.m. • March 19, 2020 • Dakota Room
EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED due to COVID-19 pandemic.
The DCTC Lions Club, in conjunction with the Rosemount Lions Club, is hosting a speaker from Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge (MnTC). The event takes place from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, March 19, 2020, in the Dakota Room. Brett Kolles, English instructor and Lions Club faculty advisor, is excited to welcome MnTC to the college’s campus in Rosemount, Minnesota.
“MnTC helps teens and adults overcome chemical addictions,” Brett said. “Their success stories are both informative and inspiring.”
Brett reported that the event is free and open to students, staff and faculty at DCTC and Dakota County Area Learning School (DCALS). Complimentary pizza will be served for all attendees.
“An anonymous donor has pledged matching funds for all donations up to $500,” Brett added. “A donation box will be available at the event.”
WHEN: This Event has been CANCELED
WHERE: Dakota Room
FREE and open to DCTC and DCALS students, staff and faculty
Dakota County Technical College
300 145th Street East
Rosemount, MN 55068
Hosted by the DCTC Lions Club in conjunction with the Rosemount Lions Club
More about Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge…¹
Our mission is to assist teens and adults in gaining freedom from chemical addictions and other life controlling problems by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
We offer effective and affordable programs throughout Minnesota with campuses in Minneapolis, Brainerd, Duluth, Rochester and Buffalo. We offer both a long-term, faith-based recovery program and short-term licensed treatment program, allowing us to effectively serve individuals with a broad spectrum of addiction issues; from those seeking treatment for the first time, to those who have been struggling with addiction for many years.
History of MnTC
In 1958, David Wilkerson traveled to New York City to minister to teens. There he found hard-core drug addiction as well as prostitution and gang violence. In order to help these teens, Wilkerson established the first “Teen Challenge Center” in the heart of New York City.
Over time, Teen Challenge expanded its programs, offering to help adults as well as teens. Now there are more than 200 centers across the United States and over 1,000 centers worldwide, making Teen Challenge the largest network of drug and alcohol programming in the world.
More about the DCTC Lions Club…
The DCTC Lions Club is a charter member of Lions Club International, an organization respectfully recognized by employers and community organizations world-wide.
Students are able to serve the college and community with fun and purposeful activities ranging from the Polar Plunge, Habitat for Humanity, to an annual chili cook-off. Life-long friendships, professional development, and fun are just a few of the benefits of this highly active club.
Learn more about the DCTC Lions Club by contacting:
DCTC Campus Lions Club Adviser