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SCCC’s Ladies’ Saturday Retreat: A Perfect Day for Mothers, Daughters and Girlfriends

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Sussex County Community College’s Ladies’ Saturday Retreat will be held on Saturday, April 11 from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The event is an opportunity for women to gather, relax, rejuvenate and become motivated. The day includes a keynote speaker, café reception featuring local restaurant food tastings, informative workshops, vendors, dinner and a comedy show to complete the evening.

The Ladies’ Saturday Retreat keynote speaker, Melanie Contreras, founder of Women to Women by Julia, is scheduled to kick off the day by delivering an empowering presentation. Her speech encourages women to help themselves as well as one another throughout life. For more information on Melanie, visit her website at http://womentowomenbyjulia.com/.

Workshops will run throughout the day and are designed to enrich attendees’ intellectual, spiritual, physical and emotional senses. This year’s workshops include: belly dancing, yoga, energizing your life, PiYo, social media, nutrition advice & exercise guidelines, watercolor, gardening, photo editing, dream interpretation, self-defense, meditation, quilting, fitness, plus much more. To view detailed information on workshops visit the website at sussex.edu/ladiesretreat. Attendees can also take advantage of a little “me” time in the Oasis Room. Guests can make an appointment to be pampered with a mini, complimentary facial, massage, make-over, and more. Early registration for workshops and Oasis Room appointments will open to ticket holders on March 1.

New to Ladies’ Saturday Retreat is a partnership with the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey. Mothers and their daughters can enjoy a day together with specialty workshops geared towards girls 12-18 years of age.

Throughout the day, vendors and exhibitors will provide an opportunity to learn about county services and organizations available to woman. They will also have on display an eclectic assortment of wares available for purchase. Vendors will be offering jewelry, accessories, make-up, wellness services, wood crafts and food.

The evening show, Ladies of Comedy begins at 8:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. This hilarious comedy trio is sure to keep the audience laughing until the last joke. The combined comedic talent of Sherry Davey, Karen Bergreen and Alexandra McHale, which spans years of comedy, includes guest appearances on many TV shows, performing at comedy clubs throughout the US and winning several comedy awards. The opening entertainment includes the musical band HotFlashes, a power Duo/Trio of women who perform an eclectic mix of rock from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, along with upbeat original tunes.

Portions of the proceeds from Ladies’ Saturday Retreat will support scholarships for female students at SCCC.

Ticket prices for The Ladies’ Saturday Retreat vary according to the choice of events planned for the day. For a complete listing of prices and to purchase tickets visit https://commerce.cashnet.com/sussexfoundationpay. For additional information please visit sussex.edu/ladiesretreat, call 973-300-2121 or email foundation@sussex.edu.

Sussex County Community College President Dr. Paul Mazur Resigns

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NEWTON, NJ – February 17, 2015 – In a letter to Judge Lorraine Parker, the Chair of the College’s Board of Trustees, dated February 14, 2015, Sussex County Community College President, Paul Mazur, D.P.A., announced that he will formally resign his position as of June 30, 2015. The resignation notes that Dr. Mazur, along with his staff, faculty and executive team have accomplished much of what he had set out to do.

Some of the accomplishments noted in his letter include the stabilization of the College’s finances and reaffirmation of the College’s accreditation by Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the development of two new programs in Horticulture and Agriculture Business which was facilitated by the single largest major gift received by the College. Also noted was the College’s renewed focus on serving students with a full time Veterans Affairs Office, security upgrades and a Learner Assessment Outcomes program.

Judge Parker noted, “Dr. Paul Mazur has maintained a steady hand over the past four, challenging years and has recently brought the College successfully through its most recent crisis. We will miss Paul when he leaves and we will certainly move ahead on many projects that he initiated.”

SCCC is Offering Credit Courses in Just 7 1/2 Weeks

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Sussex County Community College is offering a new Focused Study Program. The courses provide a range of general education courses that fit into an associate degree in 7 ½-week blocks during each semester. Courses begin on Wednesday, March 25 and end on Thursday, May 14. All courses meet on Mondays and Wednesdays for two periods twice a week.

The benefits to a Focused Study course allows for enhanced learning by studying only one or two subjects at a time. Students looking to start later in the semester have the opportunity to do so with the Focused Study courses making it convenient and reliable to build classes into a busy schedule.

Courses available include Math Concepts, Foundations for College Success, Introductory Algebra II, Introduction to Anthropology, Introduction to Psychology, English Composition II, U.S. History II and Microeconomics (online).

“Focused Study courses provide a unique and convenient learning opportunity” stated Professor of Human Services and Psychology Naomi Miller. “A student can be immersed in just two subjects at once, but still achieve a full course load by semester’s end. An added benefit is having only 2 exams hit in the same time period, making it easier to study intensively for each.”

Students not currently enrolled at SCCC must fill out an application which is available online at sussex.edu and provide SAT scores or take the Placement Test offered at SCCC.

For more information contact the SCCC Counseling and Advising Center at 973.300.2207.

Scholarship Applications Available for Fall 2015 Semester

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Sussex County Community College (SCCC) is offering over 100 scholarships that are available to both current students and incoming students. These scholarships range from $250 to $2,000 for the upcoming Fall 2015 semester. These scholarships are available through the SCCC Foundation.

Applications are available online at sussex.edu/scholarships and in SCCC’s Counseling and Advising Center. To apply for a scholarship, students must complete a scholarship application packet in addition to submitting a personal essay. Students are also required to provide a letter of recommendation in support of their candidacy.

The completed application packet should be returned to the Counseling and Advising Center in the Administration Building, Room B206 by Tuesday, March 10 at 6:30 p.m. For more information contact Karen Unrath at 973-300-2121, or Al Buechler, Scholarship Chairman, at 973-300-2207.

SCCC Opens Registration for Summer Courses

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Sussex County Community College (SCCC) will be opening their registration for summer sessions earlier than in previous years. SCCC will be accepting registrations for their two summer sessions starting on February 9.

These summer sessions are open to anyone looking to attain college credits. These credits can be transferred to any college or university provided the accepting institution approves of the course. There are two separate summer sessions available with Summer I running May 26 thru July 8 and Summer II running July 13 thru August 20 (math and science classes end August 26).

SCCC’s tuition is an affordable way to complete general education requirements, especially for students attending four year colleges. Courses include Algebra, Anatomy & Physiology I, Art History, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Computer Concepts, Effective Speaking, English Composition I & II, Macroeconomics, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics, US History and many more. Students have a choice of attending morning and/or evening classes with some courses available online. High School students can also get a jump on their education once they graduate by taking one of the Summer II sessions.

Applications, course schedules, information and instructions can be found online at sussex.edu/summer. For more information or assistance, please contact the SCCC Admissions department by phone at (973) 300-2223 or by e-mail at admissions@sussex.edu.

Transfer Fair to be Held at SCCC

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Transferring to a four-year college or university has never been easier. Montclair University, Ramapo College, Marywood University, Monmouth University, Seton Hall University and East Stroudsburg University are just a few of the over 40 colleges who will be in attendance at the Spring Transfer Fair at Sussex County Community College (SCCC). The Transfer Fair will be held on Thursday, February 26 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Student Center (D) Building and the Student Center Theater. The snow date will be Thursday, March 5.

The Transfer Fair gives SCCC students the opportunity to obtain information on transferring to a 4-year college or university. Students will meet with college representatives to discuss admission requirements and options for pursuing their bachelor’s degrees.

SCCC will also be holding several “Instant Decision Days” for the following colleges; William Paterson University on March 23, Centenary College on March 24, East Stroudsburg University on March 25, Ramapo College on March 26, and Montclair State University on March 31. The “Instant Decision Days” allow students to find out if they are admitted to the college they signed up with. A table will be set up at the Transfer Fair with more information and to sign up for a specific day and college. Programs requiring a separate application are not eligible.

For more information, contact the SCCC Transfer Counselor at 973-300-2206 or sscardena@sussex.edu. Registration is not required, and the event is free to attend.

SCCC Partners with Fairleigh Dickinson University

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The administration of Sussex County Community College (SCCC) and Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) met on Friday, January 30 to formally sign an agreement to offer a seamless transfer from SCCC to FDU in their graphic design program. Both colleges anticipate this partnership to have increased opportunities for students in Sussex County.

The new transfer articulation agreement with FDU will allow students who graduate from SCCC with an Associate in Applied Science in Graphic Design to seamlessly transfer into FDU’s Bachelor of Graphic Design Program. This agreement outlines a clear path for students and allows them to move on to their bachelor’s degree without losing any credits. Students will enter FDU at a junior year status, and will be able to complete the B.A. in Graphic Design degree within 2 years. The work of Assistant Professor Sherry Fitzgerald, SCCC’s graphic design coordinator, and Director of Graphic Design/Animation Robin Barkley from FDU have been instrumental in moving this agreement forward.

“The transfer articulation agreement with FDU is very beneficial to our students,” stated Assistant Professor Fitzgerald.  “SCCC students will be able to transfer seamlessly into a great university with amazing opportunities for scholarships. I am delighted for my students.”

While the NJ Transfer Agreement outlines the acceptance of all credits from a community college, these agreements that concentrate on specific programs of study will guarantee a seamless transition to the four-year institutions.


For more information about this and other transfer articulation agreements offered at SCCC, please contact the SCCC Transfer Counselor at 973.300.2206.

SCCC Art Gallery Opening for Bill Lowenburg

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Sussex County Community College (SCCC) will be holding an opening art reception on Friday, January 30 from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. in the Art Gallery. The exhibition, which runs from January 30 through March 3, 2015 will showcase Bill Lowenburg’s work of art.

A Photo Screenplay, based on his novel, The Zorki Chronicles is a departure from Bill Lowenburg’s previous shows. For this one, he has thrown off the concerns associated with regarding photographs as meticulously-crafted, revered objects. The inspiration for this nontraditional approach was inspired by writers Norman Mailer and Kurt Vonnegut and photographers Duane Michaels and Robert Frank.

Bill was a researcher on the authorized biography Norman Mailer: A Double Life, by Michael Lennon, released last year. He holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Wilkes University and he studied photography for many years with Larry Fink. He is the author of the critically-acclaimed monograph, Crash Burn Love (Back Street Books 2005), a photo documentary of automobile demolition derby. His photographs and articles have been published internationally.

http://zorkichronicles.com/

SCCC Announces Dean’s List

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Sussex County Community College is proud to announce the 525 students who showed the academic achievement required to make the Dean’s List for the Fall 2014 semester. To be named on the Dean’s List, a student must have a semester (full-time students) or cumulative (part-time students) grade point average of at least 3.5.

The following students have fulfilled these requirements:

Kathleen Bowman, Andover
Heather E Calhoun, Andover
Joseph T Cibula, Andover
Michelle Cloughsey, Andover
Julianna E Cole, Andover
Carmen H D’Aiuto, Andover
Michael G Deerfield, Andover
David R Falleni, Andover
Samantha M Gomez, Andover
Francesca L Grasso, Andover
Donna R Groschadl, Andover
Caitlin A Hall, Andover
Matthew L Harbst, Andover
Jessica M Hurley, Andover
Shane L Johnson, Andover
Andrew R Loiacono, Andover
Stephenie E Marshall, Andover
Andrew K Mastrelli, Andover
Timothy A Polyak, Andover
Camila Posse, Andover
Nicole Rafferty, Andover
Dennis C Scheifele, Andover
Allison J Thorn, Andover
Emily C Thuen, Andover
Holly A Vandenbergh, Andover
Tracy D Wartman, Andover
Rebecca Weighall, Andover
Rebecca N Yannotti, Andover
Emilee King, Andover Boro
Michele A Iorio, Andover Township
Rebecca L Hazekamp, Augusta
Ryan J Hewitt, Augusta
David E Hull, Augusta
Devon H Richards, Augusta
Justin D Scrufari, Augusta
Sara M Boysen, Blairstown
Benjamin R Cameron, Blairstown
Kyle J DiStasi, Blairstown
Rhiannon A Eppinger, Blairstown
Gabriella M Gagliardi, Blairstown
Breanna L Puskas, Blairstown
Rachel M Sonne, Blairstown
Carly M Bird, Branchville
Alexis A Brennan, Branchville
Danielle R Fellippello, Branchville
Eliza M Fournier, Branchville
Jack C Freund, Branchville
Maria-Victoria Gicala, Branchville
John M Halbig, Branchville
Kaitlyn S Hall, Branchville
Diane C Hayden, Branchville
Kara L Jenne, Branchville
Kathleen S Kania, Branchville
Kimberly A Katzenstein, Branchville
Rita A Keene, Branchville
Remington T Knakkergaard, Branchville
Stephen M Murphy, Branchville
Luke W Papenmeier, Branchville
Christine Ramberger, Branchville
Kendra L Schwabe, Branchville
John M Smith, Branchville
Nancie E Walker, Branchville
Matthew E Caloger, Bushkill
Shannon P McDermott, Byram
Lorin I Starch, Byram
Alexander D Bracken, Clifton
Alan J Seijas, Columbia
Alyssa M Hoopman, Dingman’S Ferry
Rebekah R Battersby, Dingmans Ferry
Annie G Craige, Dingmans Ferry
Alexandra J DeVilliers, Dingmans Ferry
Alexandra R Paleno, Dingmans Ferry
Jessie L Raynis, Dingmans Ferry
Timothy M Rock, Dingmans Ferry
Aidan J Samuels, Dingmans Ferry
Erin L Snyder, Dingmans Ferry
Garrett L VanDerSluys, Dingmans Ferry
Christina L Webber, Dingmans Ferry
Thomas L Selkow, Dover
Skylar A Como, East Stroudsburg
Lynn Hines, East Stroudsburg
Eric J Baker, Franklin
Nicole M Bauberger, Franklin
Kimberly M Betancourt, Franklin
Juan C Delosangeles, Franklin
Sarah J Difalco, Franklin
Amber P Gall, Franklin
Kodie R Hilbert, Franklin
Przemyslaw Karas, Franklin
Anthony J Landati, Franklin
Olga Majewski, Franklin
Cheyenne E McDole, Franklin
Jessica E McKeever, Franklin
Marie Therese M Nazaire, Franklin
Kyle S Nehrings, Franklin
Tyler P Nichols, Franklin
Maria R Ross, Franklin
Jennifer L Slater, Franklin
Luke D Tarlowe, Franklin
Lauren N Watson, Franklin
Cheryl A Sonnenwald, Fredon
Paul Frangipane, Glenwood
Kristen E Henry, Glenwood
Erin N Irvine, Glenwood
Frank A Rocco, Glenwood
Kaitlyn M Tripp, Glenwood
Robert T Holland, Great Meadows
Nathan R Piserchia, Great Meadows
Megan L Deriso, Hackettstown
Liliane Moscagiuri, Hackettstown
William H Beltramine, Hamburg
Megan M Copeland, Hamburg
Emilee A Fischer, Hamburg
Katherine D Gannon, Hamburg
Amber R Harden, Hamburg
Laura A Harden, Hamburg
Erik R Harvey, Hamburg
Corinne A Henningsen, Hamburg
Kimberly J Jones, Hamburg
Ashley M Kapuscinski, Hamburg
Emily G Liberatore, Hamburg
Alyxx R Mangine, Hamburg
Amanda L Meininger, Hamburg
Taylor M Menna, Hamburg
Lucas Nooter, Hamburg
Ryan J Olsen, Hamburg
Meeka M Pelaez, Hamburg
Patricia Ruppel, Hamburg
Amy N Sollers, Hamburg
Emily D Timchak, Hamburg
Christopher Tsovko, Hamburg
Pauline T VanTassel, Hamburg
Emily M Vanderhoff, Hamburg
Amanda E Wassel, Hamburg
Kayla A Greco, Hardwick
Kelly J Hayes, Hardwick
Shannon C Young, Hardwick
John R Gieger, Hardyston
Andrew Espinal, Hewitt
Judy M Allison, Highland Lakes
Erika M Castro Reynoso, Highland Lakes
Madeline L Chiappini, Highland Lakes
Meagan E Cox, Highland Lakes
Michelle K Dester, Highland Lakes
Gail C Evicci, Highland Lakes
John-Michael Flate, Highland Lakes
Christina M Frazita, Highland Lakes
Kristie L Fuhrmann, Highland Lakes
Sadie M Gramuglia, Highland Lakes
Maureen E Howes, Highland Lakes
Sean R Hyland, Highland Lakes
Luke T Juhr, Highland Lakes
Cheyenna H Kolaritsch, Highland Lakes
Kirsten B Kreutzer, Highland Lakes
Nicole B Listmeier, Highland Lakes
Jake K Rowlands, Highland Lakes
Skyler C Stoner, Highland Lakes
Deanine J Stripeikis, Highland Lakes
Daniel A Thomsen, Highland Lakes
Brianne M Valentino, Highland Lakes
Frank Vassallo, Highland Lakes
Daniel Walz, Highland Lakes
Tiffany A Znutas, Highland Lakes
Amanda K Baum, Hopatcong
Leah E Clark, Hopatcong
Dawn E Conti-Jordan, Hopatcong
Daniella M Cruz, Hopatcong
Emily M DiNapoli, Hopatcong
Shaina G DiNapoli, Hopatcong
Alexander J Frato, Hopatcong
Kristina Glosser, Hopatcong
Matthew V Heldak, Hopatcong
Nicole F Kaminski, Hopatcong
Jennifer A Kracht, Hopatcong
Cheyenne L Lupo, Hopatcong
Gabriel L Mendez, Hopatcong
Evelina Micevska, Hopatcong
Jozef A Nowak, Hopatcong
Jennifer L O’Brien, Hopatcong
Lydia M Palmer, Hopatcong
Robert T Peterson, Hopatcong
Nikki J Rimas, Hopatcong
Thomas A Semiz, Hopatcong
Kelly A Sullivan, Hopatcong
Thomas J Vicedomini, Hopatcong
Christopher M Ziers, Hopatcong
Alexa R Lass, Hope
Matthew W Davis, Huguenot
Daniel Guzman, Jackson
Morgan W Citro, Johnsonburg
Nicole Ammirato, Lafayette
Vincent D Bertucci, Lafayette
Kevin J Decker, Lafayette
Stephanie B Guido, Lafayette
Jessica P Hergert, Lafayette
Jesse J Hughes, Lafayette
Robert A Sharpe, Lafayette
Hubert M Sibblies, Lafayette
Tiffany Spooner, Lafayette
Maxwell R Unrath, Lafayette
Matthew Spinks, Layton
Emily A Ciaravino, Lords Valley
Maria L Cosme, Lords Valley
Shereen Z Bary, Matamoras
Crystal B Marion, Matamoras
Donna L Palmer, Matamoras
Carissa J Prieto, Matamoras
Desiree Torres, Matamoras
Carolyn M Krone, McAfee
Casey L McArdle, Middleville
William L Morrison, Middleville
Carly J Dewland, Milford
Valerie P Ferguson, Milford
Julie A Fliegel, Milford
Alyssa J Forster, Milford
Meagan L Gordon, Milford
Richard T Graham, Milford
Victoria F Guyadeen, Milford
Perry J Langbein, Milford
Ryan A LeFebvre, Milford
Elaine L Letki, Milford
Stephanie C Letki, Milford
Kristen J Millar, Milford
Phuong T Nguyen, Milford
Justin S Pabst, Milford
Jovan M Russotto, Milford
Jordan A Saboski, Milford
Erin N Sanders, Milford
Kathryn Schmidt, Milford
Natalia E Sibalich, Milford
Shannon L Stevenson, Milford
Alexandra V Tomaskovic, Milford
Tyler J Wagner, Milford
Sarah A Welsh, Milford
Ashlee Barreto, Montague
Kenneth J Clay, Montague
Krista A Kropp, Montague
Ihor Manik, Montague
Donald C Rattino, Montague
Anderson R Spratt, Montague
Kaitlyn C Wamback, Montague
Elizabeth Powell, Netcong
Kristen R Ali, Newton
Morgan A Appel-Wilmouth, Newton
Bianca N Arias, Newton
Thomas J Aspinwall, Newton
Melissa Bencivenga, Newton
Melissa J Bernabe, Newton
Brianna C Bizik, Newton
Michael P Bowden, Newton
Brittany A Boyce, Newton
Luc C Brancheau, Newton
Bella C Briones, Newton
Andrei R Burul, Newton
Carmine Caruso, Newton
Casey R Cleaver, Newton
Finn A Clifford, Newton
Camille Cunningham, Newton
Lindsay Dale, Newton
Josh M Danesi, Newton
Connor C Davis, Newton
Lauren B Davis, Newton
Amanda N Dayer, Newton
Peter D DePalma, Newton
Chris J DeVries, Newton
Josh K Dowden, Newton
Samuel P Dunn, Newton
Marissa P Durgin, Newton
Anis Elezovic, Newton
Jacqueline T Falcon, Newton
Gina L Fasolo, Newton
Sean Fernandes, Newton
Mathew D Fisher, Newton
Stephanie P Forte, Newton
Maria V Fuentes, Newton
Mark D Gardner, Newton
Nicholas A Garnett, Newton
Joshua C Gates, Newton
Lauren Hennighan, Newton
Gabriela Herrera, Newton
Morgan T Houlihan, Newton
Amanda Hughes, Newton
Jesse D Kahle, Newton
Krystal B Kanet, Newton
Brianna L Kimberly, Newton
Kevin R Knissel, Newton
Alan J Koontz, Newton
Holly M Krozser, Newton
Veronica A LaBrie, Newton
Nicole LaFerrara, Newton
Brianna E Lawler, Newton
Curtis F Loede, Newton
Krystal A Lora, Newton
Paige K Loughran, Newton
Brittany J Luba, Newton
Caitlin M Lubey, Newton
Amelia D Maio, Newton
Robert K Marciano, Newton
Alexander J Mason, Newton
Lori E McSherry, Newton
Hannah L McSweeney, Newton
Kaitlyn R McSweeney, Newton
Jose D Mecias, Newton
Mary M Michaels, Newton
Hannah D Militano, Newton
Kelsey K Moore, Newton
Trevor A Morgan, Newton
Katharine A Morgenthien, Newton
Sara Mountford, Newton
Sam C Olivieri, Newton
Olivia E Ormond, Newton
Rebecca L Osborn, Newton
Jayne M Paulus, Newton
Febey C Pearce, Newton
Amanda N Peragino, Newton
Nicole J Pfeiffer, Newton
Morgan S Philhower, Newton
Jessa I Pinto, Newton
Ray Pittigher, Newton
Anna C Powell, Newton
Ryan J Prendergast, Newton
Erin S Priester, Newton
Neal W Punsal, Newton
Jamie N Quigley, Newton
Samantha J Rocafuerte, Newton
Brigitte Rodriguez-Hernandez, Newton
Holly L Rogers, Newton
Alyssa M Romano, Newton
Robert K Russell, Newton
Sara Sarka, Newton
Nicholas P Savarese, Newton
Vincenzo Sebastiano, Newton
Amanda R Silverstein, Newton
William R Smith, Newton
Erin R Smith-Murray, Newton
Chad Steele, Newton
Anton J Steiger, Newton
Jessica M Sullivan, Newton
Kristopher X Tapia, Newton
Alexandra E Tczap, Newton
Derek D Thompson, Newton
Lisa D Tomasula, Newton
Taylor M Ulikowski, Newton
Meagan R VanDyk, Newton
Sandra M VanEeckhoven, Newton
Erin E VanGorden, Newton
Brianna J Wistuba, Newton
Corrine M Woodhead, Newton
Marybeth Woollen, Newton
Michael D Worley, Newton
Matthew Q Zupkay, Newton
Kam A Labrunda, Ocean Pines
Abigiail A Brandner, Ogdensburg
David J Christensen, Ogdensburg
Dana P Janes, Ogdensburg
Megan T Martindelcampo, Ogdensburg
Nicholas C McWilliams, Ogdensburg
Mezhda B Mohammadi, Ogdensburg
Carly M Slifka, Ogdensburg
Gina M Aragon, Port Richey
Lynn E Ayers, Sandyston
Dominick L Campagna, Sandyston
Melissa A Hommel, Shohola
Krystal L Kolasa, Shohola
Alexander C Altieri, Sparta
Ryan F Altieri, Sparta
Anthony J Appaluccio, Sparta
William J Bliss, Sparta
Kayla N Bolger, Sparta
Christina R Butera, Sparta
Michael Cabrera, Sparta
Nicole J Casey, Sparta
Robert H Cooper, Sparta
Alyssa M Cox, Sparta
Jaimelynn V Dingman, Sparta
John K Fabbiani, Sparta
Joanne Fekete, Sparta
Claire M Fendt, Sparta
Denece Forenback, Sparta
Matthew Fortini, Sparta
Danielle C Freedman, Sparta
Jason F Gregoli, Sparta
Joshua J Gregoli, Sparta
Matthew W Griffin, Sparta
Jacob Han, Sparta
Lauren A Hrab, Sparta
Jensin Isenberg, Sparta
Joseph W Kullmann, Sparta
Samantha N Kylish, Sparta
Katie E Lane, Sparta
Katherine A Mackenzie, Sparta
Angela Maggio, Sparta
Alfred Marcinkowski, Sparta
Krystal A Martinez, Sparta
Brittney C McGahey, Sparta
Robert F Morris, Sparta
Stephanie S Newkirk, Sparta
Maria B Nocerino, Sparta
Savannah P Patten, Sparta
Claudia Perez, Sparta
Eryn L Pilla, Sparta
Brian P Porter, Sparta
Brian Radon, Sparta
Brianna L Reigstad, Sparta
Britt A Sando, Sparta
Amanda L Schneider, Sparta
Denis D Studenko, Sparta
Daniel G Terhune, Sparta
Kathy D Trinh, Sparta
Amy E Vendola, Sparta
Jesse T Collinson, Stanhope
Victoria M Connelly, Stanhope
Sharon M Debowski, Stanhope
Christina L Dimitriou, Stanhope
Patricia J Edgington-Merkle, Stanhope
Brian A Fahrer, Stanhope
Amelia J Fernandez, Stanhope
Kayla M Giordano, Stanhope
Kim M Messier, Stanhope
Yvonne Reeves, Stanhope
Kimberly A Rochette, Stanhope
Adaam M Sadick, Stanhope
Sharron T Silvia, Stanhope
Briana M Stednick, Stanhope
Sarah L Wilbur, Stanhope
Chad J Delade, Stillwater
Lynna M Jackman, Stillwater
Amanda T McCarty, Stillwater
Jerryanna Spiegel, Stillwater
Justine A Cieslik, Stockholm
Nina R Incorvaia, Stockholm
Paige M Penque, Stockholm
Janissa Y Pratts, Stockholm
Cameron J Rolph, Stockholm
Kelly K Tomzick, Stockholm
Heather D Buis, Succasunna
Becky M Charbonneau, Succasunna
Jeffrey S Angotti, Sussex
Steve Araujo, Sussex
Branden B Babcock, Sussex
Amanda G Baldino, Sussex
David A Baxter, Sussex
Daniel D Bell, Sussex
Garrett J Bergner, Sussex
Jeffrey S Bloomer, Sussex
Marie A Caufield, Sussex
Michael A Centanni, Sussex
Shannon M Dalton, Sussex
Michael J DeFabiis, Sussex
Aaron J Delbury, Sussex
Joseph A Dutcher, Sussex
Jesse M Eddings, Sussex
Danielle Klepp, Sussex
Scott D Lausch, Sussex
Mark A Lorencovitz, Sussex
Amanda K Losco, Sussex
John V Morrissey, Sussex
Nicole L Nazzaro, Sussex
Katarina A Polizos, Sussex
Angelika Roos, Sussex
Jessica L Scott, Sussex
Dakota D Slate, Sussex
Mary A Springer, Sussex
Sarah Turo, Sussex
Madison E Vance, Sussex
Kyle T Walker, Sussex
Alfred D Yarosz, Sussex
Ashley L Young, Sussex
Alexis Zimmerman, Sussex
Christian A Basile, Vernon
Alex M Block, Vernon
Kimberly A Castro, Vernon
Samantha R Catalano, Vernon
Jesse James Catral, Vernon
Nicole Coenen, Vernon
Kyle P Daley, Vernon
Arcangelo M Iurato, Vernon
Rene Y LeFave, Vernon
Lee Anne Lemaire, Vernon
Laura J Reilly, Vernon
Trent M Schamble, Vernon
Jonathan M Schuchert, Vernon
Evan C Smidt, Vernon
James A Tucker, Vernon
Denise E VanderMaas, Vernon
Ali Ziabakhsh, Vernon
Michael J Rhinesmith, Wanaque
Brett C Armstrong, Wantage
Tyler M Bahr, Wantage
Rebecca L Boutillette, Wantage
Brandon R Caton, Wantage
Maka Chanturia, Wantage
Ashley S Craig, Wantage
Jordan A Deas, Wantage
Scott R DiGuilio, Wantage
William F Fischer, Wantage
Tyler Freire, Wantage
Breanna M Haudek, Wantage
Brittany E Jollie, Wantage
Alexandra M Kemp, Wantage
Taralynn Kotowicz, Wantage
Rachel A Kylis, Wantage
Beau G Lethbridge, Wantage
Emmi N McAuliffe-Uchida, Wantage
Amber T Melgar, Wantage
Ashlyn C Nye, Wantage
Nathaniel A Ottens, Wantage
Brian Paz, Wantage
Laura J Post, Wantage
Michael P Ragnetti, Wantage
Megan R Rome, Wantage
Alexa N Sacchi, Wantage
Jacob A Schweinberg, Wantage
Steven M Sokolowski, Wantage
Andrew Spitzer, Wantage
Mayra A Tamburro, Wantage
Brandon G Valdes, Wantage
Katlyn E VanHorn, Wantage
Louis F VanHorn, Wantage
Kenneth P VanderGroef, Wantage
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Computer Classes for Ages 50+

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Computer classes designed specifically for those ages 50 and older are being held at Sussex County Community College through the Community Education & Workforce Development division. Personal Computer Fundamentals I begins Thursday, February 5 from 9:30 am–12:30 pm. This three session class is for beginner computer users. The cost of the class is $75.

Additionally, Personal Computer Fundamentals II, Exploring the Internet, and Introduction to Social Networking are also being offered. For more information on all Community Education & Workforce Development courses visit sussex.edu/ce or call 973-300-2140.