Campus Connection January 2020
Groundbreaking Ceremony for the TVCC Career and Technical Education Center Expansion and Renovation Project
Public Information Office
The community is invited to join TVCC on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. for a groundbreaking ceremony at the current Vo-Tech Building on Fifth Street, at the TVCC campus. A reception will follow in the foyer of the Laura Moore Cunningham Science Center.
Join us Thursday, January 30, 2020, 10:30 am to 1:00 pm for the Learn Away Workshop. In this workshop attendees will be challenged to:
- Evaluate Personal Ingrained Core Beliefs
- Learn to Focus Forward - Shutting the Door on the Past
- Redefine New Opportunities for the New Year
- Set Achievable Goals
- Empowering the Pivot Towards Positive Growth
Attendees will receive four actionable steps to Resonate, Evaluate and Activate tools for 2020.
For registration information or to learn more visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/learn-away-workshop-redefining-your-perspective-tickets-85650339471
Linda Varnes is an adjunct art instructor at TVCC and when not teaching drawing or painting classes to students or hosting the Campus Christian Fellowship Club at the Caldwell Center, she heads to Pasadena, California each year over the winter break to volunteer as an official Petal Pusher. Linda is one of thousands of volunteers from across the U.S. and Canada who come together to design and decorate floats for the Pasadena Tournament of Roses parade. Linda's art designs have been included the Rose Parade's cloisonné, souvenir pins, and on Petal Pusher sweatshirts. 2020 marks the 37th year Linda has volunteered her artistic skills to this worthwhile cause and when not pushing petals, Linda illustrates and edits children's books.
(above picture: The underwater floral fantasy float included redwood bark, raisins, coffee, lemons, limes, pearl onions, brussel sprouts, proteas, and of course thousands of roses.)